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RMJ. 2022; 47(3): 523-526


Coagulation profile in COVID-19

Ambreen Kashif, Sadia Taj, Saira Moin, Syeda Arzinda Fatima, Ayaz Lone, Qasim Ahmed.

Abstract
Objective: To evaluate the coagulation profile in COVID-19 patients and to correlate disease severity with the coagulation parameters.
Methodology: This retrospective study was conducted at Pathology and medicine departments, FMH College of Medicine and Dentistry. It included 101 confirmed cases of COVID-19 disease of both genders between 17 and 75-year age. Coagulation profile was compared between survivor and non-survivor groups.
Results: Out of 101 patients, 93(92.1%) patients were in the survivor group and eight (7.8%) in the non-survivor group. Mean APTT (p=0.02) in non-survivor group showed relatively higher values than survivor group. Mean D-Dimers (p=0.007) in non-survivors showed a significantly raised values. However other parameters of coagulation like Platelets, MPV, PT and INR showed no significant association statistically.
Conclusion: High D-dimers and prolonged APTT were associated with mortality in COVID-19 Patients.

Key words: Coagulation, PT, APTT, D-Dimer, COVID-19.


 
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Kashif A, Taj S, Moin S, Fatima SA, Lone A, Ahmed Q. Coagulation profile in COVID-19. RMJ. 2022; 47(3): 523-526.


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Kashif A, Taj S, Moin S, Fatima SA, Lone A, Ahmed Q. Coagulation profile in COVID-19. RMJ. 2022; 47(3): 523-526.



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Kashif A, Taj S, Moin S, Fatima SA, Lone A, Ahmed Q. Coagulation profile in COVID-19. RMJ. (2022), [cited September 02, 2022]; 47(3): 523-526.



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Kashif, A., Taj, . S., Moin, . S., Fatima, . S. A., Lone, . A. & Ahmed, . Q. (2022) Coagulation profile in COVID-19. RMJ, 47 (3), 523-526.



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Kashif, Ambreen, Sadia Taj, Saira Moin, Syeda Arzinda Fatima, Ayaz Lone, and Qasim Ahmed. 2022. Coagulation profile in COVID-19. Rawal Medical Journal, 47 (3), 523-526.



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Kashif, Ambreen, Sadia Taj, Saira Moin, Syeda Arzinda Fatima, Ayaz Lone, and Qasim Ahmed. "Coagulation profile in COVID-19." Rawal Medical Journal 47 (2022), 523-526.



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Kashif, Ambreen, Sadia Taj, Saira Moin, Syeda Arzinda Fatima, Ayaz Lone, and Qasim Ahmed. "Coagulation profile in COVID-19." Rawal Medical Journal 47.3 (2022), 523-526. Print.



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Kashif, A., Taj, . S., Moin, . S., Fatima, . S. A., Lone, . A. & Ahmed, . Q. (2022) Coagulation profile in COVID-19. Rawal Medical Journal, 47 (3), 523-526.








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