Report 17: Clinical Characteristics and Predictors of Outcomes of Hospitalised Patients with COVID-19 in a London NHS Trust: A Retrospective Cohort Study [open pdf - 868KB]
From the Summary: "Clinical characteristics and determinants of outcomes for hospitalised COVID-19 [coronavirus disease 2019] patients in the UK are important to guide the national response to this current pandemic and emerging evidence suggests ethnic minorities might be disproportionately affected. We describe the characteristics and outcomes of patients hospitalised for COVID-19 in three large London hospitals with a multi-ethnic catchment population. We performed a retrospective cohort study on all patients hospitalised with laboratory-confirmed SARS-CoV-2 [severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2] infection at Imperial College Healthcare NHS [National Health Service] Trust between February 25 and April 5, 2020. Outcomes were recorded as of April 19, 2020. Logistic regression models, survival analyses and cumulative competing risk analyses were performed to evaluate factors associated with COVID-19 hospital mortality."
scroll for moreCrook, Peter J.
Ferguson, Neil M.
White, Peter J.
Hallett, Timothy B.
Kont, Mara D.
Perez-Guzman, Pablo N.
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