Effect of SARS-Cov2 on copper and zinc element in patients with liver and kidney disease
Keywords:COVID-19, copper, zinc
The objective of the present study was to evaluate of serum metal levels such as copper and zinc in COVID-19 patients with liver and kidney disease. This study included 37 sample divided in to two group epidemiology and liver, kidney group. the result of this study The result of this study show that the significant level of zinc and copper between patients and control with COVID 19 epidemiology and significant effect of COVID on level of zinc and copper in patients with liver, kidney disease patient , the mean of zinc in patients with COVID was 177.32 and 12.58 in control , the mean of copper in patients was 70.47 and 19.32 in control , in patients with liver and kidney disease the mean of zinc in patients was 257.33 and 12.58 in control , the mean of copper in patients was 74.33 and 19.32 in control. The study conclude that level of serum zinc and copper were increase in patient with COVID-19 and liver, kidney function disease compare to control.
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