다운 증후군 환자는 10 Covid-19로 인한 사망 위험이, 연구 결과

다운 증후군 환자는 10 Covid-19로 사망 할 위험이 장애가없는 사람에 비해 배, 연구팀이 목요일보고.

They also found a fourfold increased risk of coronavirus-related hospitalizations for those with Down syndrome, “a group that is not currently strategically protected,” 에 따르면 the report in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine.
This was after adjustment for cardiovascular and pulmonary diseases and care home residence, which our results suggest explained some but not all of the increased risk,” the researchers wrote.
Their analysis involved more than 8 million adults who were part of a coronavirus risk assessment project sponsored by the British government. 의 8.26 million people in the tracking study, 4,053 had Down syndrome. Of those, 68 people with the disability died and 40% were killed by Covid-19. Seventeen died of pneumonia or pneumonitis and 35% died of other causes.
    Those numbers compare with more than 41,000 people without Down syndrome who died, but just 20% died from the coronavirus, 14% from pneumonia or pneumonitis and 65% died of other causes.
    Down syndrome is not included in any guidance from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or the UK’s health ministry as a condition that would put people at increased risk for Covdi-19.
    However it is associated with immune dysfunction, congenital heart failure, and pulmonary pathology and, given its prevalence, may be a relevant albeit unconfirmed risk factor for severe COVID-19,researchers concluded.

    A community at risk

    National Down Syndrome Society President and CEO Kandi Pickard said her group is grateful that the study has put a focus on the impact of Covid-19 on people with Down syndrome.
    From the beginning of the pandemic, we have been concerned about our community, especially given the complex medical histories of many of our loved ones,” Pickard said. “This recent study confirms our concerns.
    The society and other Down syndrome organizations worked together to issue 그만큼 “큐&A on COVID-19 and Down Syndrome resource guide to help caregivers and others. People with Down syndrome often communicate and understand information in different ways, and they may have trouble understanding social distancing, masking and other ways to prevent infection.
      People with Down syndrome may also have a hard time telling others when they don’t feel well,” according to the coalition. “They may have trouble knowing they have symptoms or how to describe them. For these reasons, they may not raise concerns or seek medical care quickly. 따라서, it is necessary to pay close attention and be watchful.
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      Down syndrome is the most common genetic condition diagnosed in the United States every year, according to the CDC, 이상 6,000 babies born with the disability every year. Down syndrome occurs in one in every 700 babies.

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