PREVALENSI PASIEN COVID-19 DENGAN PENYAKIT KOMORBID DI SEMEN PADANG HOSPITAL TAHUN 2020

Authors

  • Ade Teti Vani Medical Faculty Baiturrahmah University
  • Raihana Rustam Medical Faculty Baiturrahmah University
  • Rika Amran Medical Faculty Baiturrahmah University
  • Nadia Dewi
  • Febrina Ulfa Medical Faculty Baiturrahmah University

Keywords:

COVID 19, Comorbid Disease, Hypertension, Immune system

Abstract

The severity of patients confirmed positive for COVID-19 can be influenced by comorbid diseases in patients. This comorbid disease can cause a decrease in the patient's immune system than patients who do not have a comorbid disease. To determine the prevalence of COVID-19 patients with comorbid diseases at Semen Padang Hospital in 2020. The most gender was male, namely 55 people (56.7%), the average age was 54 years, with a median value of 55 and a mode value of 55, the highest degree of COVID-19 was moderate, namely 53 people (54.6% ), and the most comorbid hypertension was 49 people (50.5%). Most of the sexes are male, the average age is 54 years, the highest degree of COVID-19 is moderate, and the most comorbid is hypertension.

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Author Biographies

Raihana Rustam, Medical Faculty Baiturrahmah University

Ophtalmology department

Rika Amran, Medical Faculty Baiturrahmah University

Public Health Department

Nadia Dewi

Anatomy Department

Febrina Ulfa, Medical Faculty Baiturrahmah University

student of medical faculty baiturrahmah university

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2022-04-01

How to Cite

Vani, A. T., Rustam, R., Amran, R., Dewi, N., & Ulfa, F. (2022). PREVALENSI PASIEN COVID-19 DENGAN PENYAKIT KOMORBID DI SEMEN PADANG HOSPITAL TAHUN 2020. Nusantara Hasana Journal, 1(11), 47–58. Retrieved from http://nusantarahasanajournal.com/index.php/nhj/article/view/286

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