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Fungal, Parasitological, and bacterial coinfection in a severely ill COVID-19 patient in Peru
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  • Jeel Moya Salazar,
  • Sharon Sauñe,
  • Roxana Valer,
  • Richard Salazar-Hernandez,
  • Wilfredo Loza,
  • Evelyn Suxe,
  • Karina Chicoma-Flores,
  • Hans Contreras-Pulache
Jeel Moya Salazar
Hospital Nacional Docente Madre Nino San Bartolome
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Sharon Sauñe
Hospital Carlos Lanfranco La Hoz
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Roxana Valer
Hospital Carlos Lanfranco La Hoz
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Richard Salazar-Hernandez
Hospital Nacional Guillermo Almenara
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Wilfredo Loza
Hospital Carlos Lanfranco La Hoz
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Evelyn Suxe
Hospital Carlos Lanfranco La Hoz
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Karina Chicoma-Flores
Universidad Norbert Wiener
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Hans Contreras-Pulache
Universidad Norbert Wiener
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Abstract

COVID-19 patients are prone to co-infections during their hospitalization. These co-infections are challenging as they involve longer hospital stays, high costs, and higher mortality risk. Here we present a case of a patient with multi-infection by resistant parasites, fungi, and bacteria during his hospitalization in a Peruvian hospital

Peer review status:UNDER REVIEW

19 Jun 2021Submitted to Clinical Case Reports
24 Jun 2021Assigned to Editor
24 Jun 2021Submission Checks Completed
25 Aug 2021Reviewer(s) Assigned