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02 December 2020: Clinical Research

A Retrospective Study on the Effects of Convalescent Plasma Therapy in 24 Patients Diagnosed with COVID-19 Pneumonia in February and March 2020 at 2 Centers in Wuhan, China

Shuang Huang C* , Changxin Shen B* , Chengliang Xia F , Xiaoxing Huang C , Yourong Fu A , Li Tian E*

DOI: 10.12659/MSM.928755

Med Sci Monit 2020; 26:e928755

Table 1 The clinical characteristics of the 24 patients with COVID-19 pneumonia who were treated with COVID-19 convalescent plasma during February and March 2020 at 2 centers in Wuhan, China.

Patient no.SexAgeClinical classificationComorbidiyDays from admission to CCP transfusionDays from CCP transfusion to dischargeTotal transfusion volume, mL
6F62CriticalDiabetes, CHD43200
7M62SevereHyperlipidemia, fatty liver86800
9M71CriticalHypertension, CHD4214200
10F77CriticalHypertension, CHD1531300
12M81CriticalHypertension, CHD435200
13M86SevereHypertension, CHD368200
15M64SevereDiabetes, lymphoma2415200
16M47CriticalDiabetes, others172400
17M68SevereHypertension, diabetes166800
21F81CriticalChronic heart failure, others126200
22F81SevereVentricular contraction, lymphoma913200
23F81SevereHypertension, MI, RA, uremia64800
24M63CriticalHypertension, diabetes, CRF192400
F – Female; M – Male; CHD – coronary heart disease; MI -– myocardial infarction; RA – rheumatoid arthritis; CRF –chronic renal failure; CCP – COVID-19 convalescent plasma.

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