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A propensity score-matched analysis of mortality in solid organ transplant patients with COVID-19 compared to non-solid organ transplant patients.

Tytuł :
A propensity score-matched analysis of mortality in solid organ transplant patients with COVID-19 compared to non-solid organ transplant patients.
Autorzy :
Linares, Laura
Cofan, Frederic
Diekmann, Fritz
Herrera, Sabina
Marcos, María Angeles
Castel, María Angeles
Farrero, Marta
Colmenero, Jordi
Ruiz, Pablo
Crespo, Gonzalo
Llopis, Jaume
Garcia-Vidal, Carolina
Soriano, Àlex
Moreno, Asunción
Bodro, Marta
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Temat :
COVID-19
TRANSPLANTATION of organs, tissues, etc.
COVID-19 pandemic
PANDEMICS
PROPENSITY score matching
INTENSIVE care units
Źródło :
PLoS ONE; 3/3/2021, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p1-13, 13p
Czasopismo naukowe
In the context of COVID-19 pandemic, we aimed to analyze the epidemiology, clinical characteristics, risk factors for mortality and impact of COVID-19 on outcomes of solid organ transplant (SOT) recipients compared to a cohort of non transplant patients, evaluating if transplantation could be considered a risk factor for mortality. From March to May 2020, 261 hospitalized patients with COVID-19 pneumonia were evaluated, including 41 SOT recipients. Of these, thirty-two were kidney recipients, 4 liver, 3 heart and 2 combined kidney-liver transplants. Median time from transplantation to COVID-19 diagnosis was 6 years. Thirteen SOT recipients (32%) required Intensive Care Unit (ICU) admission and 5 patients died (12%). Using a propensity score match analysis, we found no significant differences between SOT recipients and non-transplant patients. Older age (OR 1.142; 95% [CI 1.08–1.197]) higher levels of C-reactive protein (OR 3.068 ; 95% [CI 1.22–7.71]) and levels of serum creatinine on admission (OR 3.048 95% [CI 1.22–7.57]) were associated with higher mortality. The clinical outcomes of SARS-CoV-2 infection in our cohort of SOT recipients appear to be similar to that observed in the non-transplant population. Older age, higher levels of C-reactive protein and serum creatinine were associated with higher mortality, whereas SOT was not associated with worse outcomes. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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