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Hematologic alteration in ICU and non-ICU patients of COVID-19
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  • Zahra Mozaheb,
  • Abolghasem Allahyari,
  • Mehrdad Sahranavard,
  • Hossein Rahimi,
  • Alireza Bari,
  • mostafa kamandi,
  • sajad ataei azimi,
  • mohammad moeini nodeh,
  • mohsed seddigh-shamsi,
  • ghazaleh ghorbannezhad,
  • Amir hossein barjasteh,
  • Mohammad Zamiri Bidari
Zahra Mozaheb
Mashhad University of Medical Sciences

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Abolghasem Allahyari
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Mehrdad Sahranavard
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Hossein Rahimi
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Alireza Bari
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mostafa kamandi
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sajad ataei azimi
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mohammad moeini nodeh
Mashhad University of Medical Sciences Ghaem Hospital
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mohsed seddigh-shamsi
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ghazaleh ghorbannezhad
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Amir hossein barjasteh
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Mohammad Zamiri Bidari
Mashhad University of Medical Sciences Faculty of Medicine
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Corona virus spread easily and rapidly over countries and caused COVID-19 disease with several organ damage. Lymphopenia and elevation NLR, LDH and CRP in covid 19 patients could be a predictive factor, and when they become deeper during hospitalization show the patients to need ICU admission.