Introduction/Objectives. Acute kidney injury (AKI) and malnutrition are two complications commonly reported in severe forms of COVID-19, their combined effect on short-term mortality is, however, not yet investigated. The objective of this study is to determine both their individual and combined effects on short-term prognosis. Materials and methods. This is a prospective, uni-centric study, including 247 severe COVID-19 patients, admitted between April 25th and June 20th, 2020, at the University Hospital of Blida. AKI was defined according to the KDIGO-2012 guidelines. Nutritional status was assessed using the Controlling Nutritional Status (CONUT) score. The association with in-hospital mortality was assessed using the Kaplan-Meier method and proportional Cox regression. Results. Among the 247 severely affected COVID-19 patients included in this study, 34.4% developed AKI, 30.4 and 1.2%, respectively, had moderate and severe CONUT scores, 17.7% worsened and progressed to a critical state and 26.7% did not survive. Both AKI...
Combined effect of Controlling Nutritional Status and Acute Kidney Injury on severe COVID-19 short-term outcomes.
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Bennouar, S., Cherif, A. B., Kessira, A., Bennouar, D. E., Abdi, S.; Combined effect of Controlling Nutritional Status and Acute Kidney Injury on severe COVID-19 short-term outcomes.. IFIS Food and Health Sciences Database 2022; doi:
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