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. 2020 May 8;279:103448.
doi: 10.1016/j.resp.2020.103448. Online ahead of print.

Propagation by COVID-19 at High Altitude: Cusco Case

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Propagation by COVID-19 at High Altitude: Cusco Case

Charles Huamaní et al. Respir Physiol Neurobiol. .
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Example of two cases COVID-19 positive treated in Cusco, Peru (3300msnm). Case A) 53 years old male-patient, morbid obese, required ICU care, CT with diffuse consolidation. B) 58-year-old female patient, morbid obese, hospitalized without requiring ICU care, CT with increased extent and density of bilateral lung opacities, with ground glass.

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