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Jafari Sarouei M, Gooran M, Noori H, Mohammadjafari H. Approach to study renal manifestations in patients with Covid-19. Clin Exc 2021; 11 (S2) :138-148
URL: http://ce.mazums.ac.ir/article-1-686-en.html
Pediatric Infectious Diseases Research Center, Communicable Diseases Institute, Mazandaran University of Medical Sciences, Sari, Iran.
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Covid-19 disease is a disease that has surprised medical science in the face of unexpected manifestations, with the exception of the respiratory system, almost all organs of the body are affected by Covid disease. This conflict will be more severe despite the underlying diseases, the history of kidney diseases, and so on. Therefore, the present study was performed to evaluate renal manifestations in patients with Covid-19. The present study is a review by searching the Pubmed, New England Journal of Medicine and Uptodate databases, which found 109 articles during the three stages of screening in the search process and applying inclusion and exclusion criteria, kidney involvement is not very common during the initial infection, but degrees of this involvement occur in the course of the disease, the most important of which is acute kidney damage. However, we have no evidence that, chronic kidney patients and those receiving immunosuppressive therapy for any reason, have a higher risk of developing Covid disease and its severe forms and higher mortality. Vaccination in these patients should be done according to the plan and even in some of these patients an additional dose of vaccine is recommended.
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Type of Study: Review | Subject: نفرولوژی
Received: 2021/09/11 | Accepted: 2021/12/1 | Published: 2021/12/1

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