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. 2020 May 18;S2213-8587(20)30160-1.
doi: 10.1016/S2213-8587(20)30160-1. Online ahead of print.

Prevalence of Obesity Among Adult Inpatients With COVID-19 in France

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Prevalence of Obesity Among Adult Inpatients With COVID-19 in France

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Prevalence of obesity in patients with severe COVID-19 compared with the general population Severe COVID-19 was defined as any case requiring hospital admission (including admission to the ICU); among patients with severe COVID-19, critical COVID-19 was defined as requiring ICU admission. ICU=intensive care unit.
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Figure 2
Prevalence of obesity in patients with critical COVID-19 compared with ICU patients without COVID-19 in the Lyon (A) and Lille (B) populations Critical COVID-19 was defined as any case of COVID-19 requiring ICU admission. ICU=intensive care unit.

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