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Fig. 1 | Critical Care

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From: The predicting roles of carcinoembryonic antigen and its underlying mechanism in the progression of coronavirus disease 2019

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Patient characteristics and univariate analysis. The baseline characteristics of 300 COVID-19 patients were described in (A). The cohort comprised 170 males and 130 females, with a median age of 63.0 (range 21.0–90.0) years. After removing 17 of the 28 laboratory indicators with missing values more than 20% of the sample size, the results of initial Kaplan–Meier survival analysis (CD) and parameter or nonparametric tests (E) suggested that only five (serum CEA, lymphocytes, neutrophils, CRP and albumin) indicators were significantly associated with both imaging score and prognosis COVID-19 patients (B)

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