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Table 5 Characteristics of the cohort studies analyzing hematuria in COVID-19 patients

From: Development of acute kidney injury with massive granular casts and microscopic hematuria in patients with COVID-19: two case presentations with literature review

Study Inclusion period Institutions Location Population No. of patients Median age, years Male (%) Admitted in ICU (%) Mortality (%)
Xia et al. [27] Feb 5–Mar 20, 2020 Tongji Hospital Wuhan, China ICU 81 66.6 54 (66.7) 81 (100) 60 (74.1)
Hirsch et al. [1] Mar 1–Apr 5, 2020 13 hospitals New York, USA Hospitalized 5449 64 3317 (60.9) 1395 (25.6) 888 (16.3) a
Hong et al. [28] Jan 16–Mar 13, 2020 2 hospitals Sichuan, China Hospitalized 168 46.7 92 (54.2) N/A 3 (1.8)
Na et al. [29] Feb 1–Apr 24, 2020 Chungnam National University Hospital Daejeon, Korea Hospitalized 66 45.6 35 (53.0) N/A 0 (0)
Cheng et al. [2] Jan 28–Feb 11, 2020 Tongji Hospital Wuhan, China Hospitalized 701 63 367 (52.4) 73 (10.4) 113 (16.1)
Chen et al. [17] Jan 13–Feb 12, 2020 Tongji Hospital Wuhan, China Hospitalized 799 68 171 (62) N/A 113 (14.1) b
Taher et al. [30] Apr 1–May 31, 2020 Salmaniya Medical Complex Manama, Bahrain Hospitalized 73 54 44 (60.3) 23 (31.5) 13 (17.8)
Pei et al. [11] Jan 28–Feb 9, 2020 Tongji Hospital Wuhan, China Hospitalized 333 56.3 182 (54.7) N/A 29 (8.7)
Li et al. [4] Jan 6–Feb 21, 2020 Tongji Hospital Wuhan, China Hospitalized 193 57 95 (49) N/A 32 (17) c
  1. ICU Intensive care unit, N/A Not available
  2. a1281 patients were still admitted at publication
  3. b525 patients were still admitted at publication
  4. c66 patients were still admitted at publication