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Title : INCIDENCE AND SEVERITY OF STRESS ULCER AND GIT BLEEDING IN PATIENTS WITH SEVER COVID-19

Abstract :

In the current literature, nausea, vomiting, and other gastrointestinal symptoms have been discussed A probable cause of coronavirus illness is diarrhea, abnormal liver chemistries, and hyperlipaemia. 2019 In this population, the risk and type of gastrointestinal bleeding (GIB) are not well understood properly described. A 1:1 case-control study of 20 individuals with GIB, 16 upper and 5 lower, was conducted There were 41 matched controls of patients with GIB-free COVID-19. In both cases and controls, there was no difference in presenting symptoms COVID-19 symptoms were found to be severe (P 0.05). COVID-19 patients with GIB are more likely than COVID-19 patients without GIB to have an increased risk of death Initial signs and symptoms were the same for both patients. The majority of persons with high and low GIBs are in this group Peptic ulcer illness was the most common cause. respectively It appears that conservative management is a good first step in dealing with these difficult instances. Our data reaffirms that elderly patients with various comorbid illnesses are more likely to die from COVID-19 infection.

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