COVID Patients With Hypocalcemia Twice as Likely To Be Admitted to ICU

Summary by Cindy Olmstead

Almost two-thirds of COVID-19 patients admitted to hospitals have hypocalcemia — lower-than-average levels of calcium in the liquid part of their blood or plasma. Studies show patients with hypocalcemia are more likely to require high oxygen support during hospitalization and are twice as likely to end up in ICU. Calcium is essential for regulating the body’s inflammatory response and hypocalcemia is common among critically ill patients. Based on an analysis of 316 hospitalized...

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