Association between creatine kinase level and mortality in high-risk patients with COVID-19

A. Kitbalian (Moscow, Russian Federation), M. Brovko (Moscow, Russian Federation), L. Akulkina (Moscow, Russian Federation), P. Potapov (Moscow, Russian Federation), A. Moiseev (Moscow, Russian Federation), A. Schepalina (Moscow, Russian Federation), A. Yakovleva (Moscow, Russian Federation), V. Sholomova (Moscow, Russian Federation), S. Moiseev (Moscow, Russian Federation)

Source: Virtual Congress 2021 – COVID - 19 biomarkers
Session: COVID - 19 biomarkers
Session type: E-poster
Number: 650

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