The Role of Laboratory Test Biomarkers in Diagnosis, Risk Stratification and Monitoring of COVID-19 Patients
Essential laboratory parameters
Disease severity and risk stratification
Correlation between abnormal coagulation parameters and disease severity
Measuring inflammatory markers
CK and LDH
Cardiac and kidney injury markers
More data needed
List of Abbreviations
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