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Characteristics and Unexpected COVID-19 Diagnoses in Resuscitation Room Patients during the COVID-19 Outbreak—A Retrospective Case Series

Table 2

Clinical characteristics of SARS-CoV-2-infected resuscitation room patients at admission.

Parameter/clinical featurePatient #1Patient #2Patient #3Patient #4Patient #5

Grade of COVID-19 suspicionHighHighLowLowLow
Age (years)5560708676
Glasgow coma scale151510137
SpO2 %96100929670
Respiratory rate/min2019202838
Temperature °C38.538.737.236.436.7
Heart rate/min8785805770
Noninvasive blood pressure
pO2 (arterial or capillary) mmHg80.5 (arterial)N/A119 (arterial)73.5 (arterial)44.3 (arterial)
pCO2 (arterial/capillary/venous) mmHg34.1 (arterial)48.3 (venous)25.4 (arterial)38.6 (arterial)61.8 (arterial)
Lactate (mmol/l)
Lactate dehydrogenase U/l2255355213911164
Elevated D-dimersNoNoYesYesYes
D-dimers (mg/l)0.590.935.24.882.09
White blood count41209490143001760017940
Lymphopenia (count)NoNoYesYesNo
Lymphocyte count111011005808903330
Lymphopenia (relative %)NoYesYesYesNo
Lymphocyte count %64.411.64518.6
CRP (mg/dl)2.729.622.730.818.2
PCT (ng/ml)
Chest CT (CO-RADS)44523

SpO2: pulse oxymetry; O2: oxygen; CO2: carbondioxide; 1st sample was hemolytic, value of second sample; CRP: C-reactive protein; PCT: procalcitonin; CT: computed tomography.

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