No causal association between COVID-19 and sepsis: a bidirectional two-sample Mendelian randomization study thumbnail
No causal association between COVID-19 and sepsis: a bidirectional two-sample Mendelian randomization study
www.frontiersin.org
Several reports have shown since the beginning of the pandemic that while COVID-19 has certain distinctive characteristics, many of its acute signs are comparable to sepsis brought on by other viruses This was the first research to use a variety of complementary MR techniques to examine the bidirect
1 Users
0 Comments
41 Highlights
41 Notes

Top Highlights

  • Several reports have shown since the beginning of the pandemic that while COVID-19 has certain distinctive characteristics, many of its acute signs are comparable to sepsis brought on by other viruses
  • This was the first research to use a variety of complementary MR techniques to examine the bidirectional causal relationship between sepsis and COVID-19.
  • While managing secondary sepsis is still important, our findings underscore the need to better understand the distinct mechanisms leading to critical COVID-19 pneumonia apart from sepsis.
  • According to information acquired from multiple cohorts, respiratory failure and the start of sepsis are the leading causes of mortality from COVID-19
  • The results suggested that Very severe respiratory confirmed COVID-19(VSRC), hospitalized COVID-19(HC) and Infected COVID-19(IC) had no causal influence on sepsis risk using the inverse variance weighted (IVW) technique

Ready to highlight and find good content?

Glasp is a social web highlighter that people can highlight and organize quotes and thoughts from the web, and access other like-minded people’s learning.