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Table 1 Characteristics of COVID-19 in-hospital patients

From: In-hospital COVID-19 infection echocardiographic analysis: a Brazilian, tertiary single-centre experience

Demographic information N (%)
Total No. 111
Age, (mean, SD, range), y 67, 17 (19–101)
Sex
 Male 65(58.5)
 Female 46 (41.5)
Comorbidities
 Diabetes 26 (23.4)
Cardiovascular disease
 Hypertension 38 (34.2)
 Coronary artery disease 3 (2.7)
 Congestive Heart Failure 3 (2.7)
Chronic Respiratory Disease
 Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease 11 (9.9)
 Smoking 5 (4.5)
 Kidney disease 7 (6.3)
 Liver disease 1 (0.9)
 Hypothyroidism 13 (11.7)
 Neoplasms 8 (7.2)
BMI
 Obesity (> 30) 32 (28.8)
Clinical evolution
 Discharge 87 (78.4)
 Still in-hospital 3 (2.7)
 Death 21 (18.9)
In-hospital period (days)
  < 7 27 (25)
 7–30 60 (55.6)
  > 30 21 (19.4)
Intubation and mechanical ventilation need 48 (43.2)
Intubation period (days)
  < 7 7 (14.5)
 7–20 29 (60.6)
 20–30 5 (10.4)
  > 30 7 (14.5)
Clinical events (No: 54)
 Myocardial infarction 10 (9.3)
 Pulmonary Thromboembolism 7 (6.3)
 Deep Vein Thrombosis 5 (4.5)
 Renal Failure 12 (10.8)
 Hemodyalisis 9 (9.8)
  1. BMI body mass index (expressed as weight in kilograms divided by height in meters square), COVID-19 coronavirus disease 2019