There is one clinical trial.
The aim of our study is to observe the intensive care course in 30-50 COVID-19 patients with regard to cardiovascular risk factors and biomarkers. The primary objective of this study is to investigate the cardiovascular risk and its impact on cardiovascular complications in COVID-19 patients in intensive care units. This study is designed to investigate correlations and to investigate factors influencing the course of the new viral disease COVID-19 in intensive care. Previous scientific findings are still rare due to the relevance of the disease, therefore this study is also explorative and not exclusively based on a hypothesis. The cardiovascular risk will be assessed upon admission to the intensive care unit and subsequently the course of biomarkers (see below) will be analysed in a cohort study (no, low and high cardiovascular risk).
Description: Troponin courses in the intensive care unit are analyzed in consideration of the respective cardiovascular risk.Measure: ICU CV risk and Biomarker (e.g. Troponin) Time: through study completion, up to 4 weeks
Description: The 30-day mortality during the ICU stay is determined and divided into appropriate cardiovascular risk groups.Measure: CV risk and Outcome during ICU stay Time: through study completion, up to 4 weeks
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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