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Table 1 Demographics and clinical characteristics of patients enrolled in CovILD

From: Persisting alterations of iron homeostasis in COVID-19 are associated with non-resolving lung pathologies and poor patients’ performance: a prospective observational cohort study

  N = 109
Characteristics
 Mean age, years (SD) 58 (14)
 Female sex, no. (%) 44 (40)
 Median body mass index (SD)a 26.7 (4.8)
Comorbidities, no. (%)
 None 21 (19)
 Cardiovascular disease 44 (40)
 Hypertension 32 (29)
 Pulmonary disease 21 (19)
 Endocrine disease 49 (45)
  Hypercholesterolemia 24 (22)
  Diabetes mellitus, type 2 20 (18)
 Chronic kidney disease 7 (6)
 Chronic liver disease 6 (6)
 Malignancy 16 (15)
 Immunodeficiencyb 9 (8)
Treatmentc
 Oxygen supply, no. (%) 53 (49)
 Non-invasive ventilation, no. (%) 2 (2)
 Invasive ventilation, no. (%) 16 (15)
  1. aThe body-mass index is the weight kilograms divided by the square of the height in meters
  2. bDue to disease or ongoing immunosuppressive treatment: renal transplantation (N = 1), psoriasis vulgaris (N = 1), Morbus Hashimoto (N = 1), leukaemia (N = 1), lymphoma (N = 3), gout (N = 1), polyarthritis (N = 1)
  3. cAll patients needing non-invasive or invasive ventilation were supplied with oxygen before ICU admission