Available literature is changing quickly and studies summarised here may not represent the latest status of knowledge. Please consider that conclusions of articles of this list may be based on low sample numbers or manuscripts that are not peer-reviewed yet pre-prints. Original articles Kilercik M et al. Boulanger M et al.
Increasing evidence indicates that type 2 diabe-tes is associated with increased fracture risk, especially vertebral and hip fractures in older patients 1—4. Type 2 diabetes is frequently associated with both extracellular and intracellular magnesium Mg deficits. A chronic latent Mg deficit or an overt clinical hypomagnesemia is common in patients with type 2 diabetes, especially in those with poorly controlled glycemic profiles. Insulin and glucose are important regulators of Mg metabolism.
Retrospective analysis showed that patients exhibiting plasma cells were more likely to develop severe disease but also had a reduced risk of death. In most patients plasma cells appeared after progression to severe disease and, thus, will not serve as an early marker for severe disease. Martens R et al.
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CBC parameters do not present with significant differences. Urrechaga E et al.
Santotoribio J et al. What we see as the essence: A descriptive diagnostic study that evaluated several routine blood tests for the diagnosis of COVID at hospital admission.
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Linssen J et al. Score values generated within the first three days of hospital admission can predict clinical severity in COVID patients over the next two weeks. The score performance was shown to be superior to single parameters or parameter ratios.
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