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New coronavirus infection: clinical and pathogenetic aspects, prevention, importance of vitamins and trace elements

DOI: https://doi.org/10.29296/25877305-2022-02-07
Issue: 
2
Year: 
2022

Professor D. Dedov, MD Tver State Medical University Tver Regional Clinical Cardiology
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The article presented the results of studies from the United Kingdom, the People’s Republic of China, Germany, South Korea, Iran, the United States, Norway, the Russian Federation, France, and Greece. Reflected clinical and pathogenetic aspects of a new coronavirus infection (COVID-19). Showed associations of vitamin and micronutrient deficiencies with weakening of the immune system, defense against viruses. Revealed correlations of COVID-19 severity and decreased serum concentrations of calcium, iron, zinc. We recognized the connection of selenium deficiency in food, deficiency of this microelement in organism with increase of risk of infection, risk of COVID-19 complications. We found a direct correlation between selenium content and blood oxygen saturation in COVID-19 patients. Inverse correlation was found between selenium content and body temperature, severity of lung damage, C-reactive protein concentration. We noted the value of SELENBIO selenium-containing complex for women in the correction of vitamin and micronutrient deficiencies, strengthening the immune system and thus preventing complications of COVID-19 coronavirus infection.

Keywords: 
new coronavirus infection
clinic
pathogenesis
prevention
significance
vitamins
micronutrients
selenium
selenium-containing
preparations
SELENBIO for women



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