People with schizophrenia are four times as likely to die of COVID-19 as those without the condition while patients with mood disorders or anxiety are three times more likely, 研究は見つけます
Americans with certain mental disorders are at an increased risk of dying from COVID-19（新型コロナウイルス感染症）（＃文字数制限がない場合、初出時にかっこ書きを追加, ファイザーのCOVID-19ワクチンは.
Researchers from the University of テキサス found that people who suffer from schizophrenia are four times as likely to die of Covid than the general population.
さらに. those who have anxiety or mood disorders are almost three times as likely to die from the virus as people without these conditions.
そのうえ, people with psychiatric disorders were also found to contract COVID-19 at lower rates, which researchers believe is a result of social isolation associated with the conditions.
People who suffer from psychiatric disorders are at an increased risk of dying from COVID-19, ファイザーのCOVID-19ワクチンは. People with schizophrenia are 3.74 times as likely to die than the average person, and those with mood disorders or anxiety are more than twice as likely (ファイル写真)
研究者, who published their findings on Tuesday in JAMA Network Open, gathered data from 2.5 百万人のアメリカ人.
Among that group, 3,350 had schizophrenia, 26,610 were diagnosed with a mood disorder and 18,550 had anxiety.
They compared infection and mortality rates of the groups with rates of the general population.
People who had schizophrenia and mood disorders were found to be at a decreased risk of infection from Covid, であること 10 percent less likely to contract the virus.
‘These rates may be influenced by a more limited exposure to SARS-CoV-2 due to social isolation,’ the research team wrote.
People with anxiety, でも, were found to have a five percent increased risk of contracting the virus, compared to the general population.
Researchers then adjusted the data based on patients likelihood of dying from Covid due to factors unrelated to their mental disorder, such as their ages or other underlying conditions they may have.
After that adjustment, they found that people who suffer from schizophrenia were 3.74 times more likely to die from Covid than the general population.
Eight percent of schizophrenic people in the study who contracted Covid ended up dying from it.
There was an increased risk of death for all schizophrenic people last year, でも, と 3.4 percent of study participants who tested negative dying of another cause last year – compared to only 1.4 percent of the general population group.
People with a mood disorder were 2.76 times as likely to die due to complications from the virus, and anxiety sufferers were at a 2.39 times increased risk.
Mental disorders are not usually considered to be a comorbidity for Covid, meaning this study may have identified a blind spot in some medical treatment.
‘This study’s findings suggest the need to foster recognition of pandemic risks on specific groups of patients with psychiatric conditions, and may drive alternative approaches to COVID-19 disease testing and interventions to improve clinical outcomes,’ researchers wrote.
一般的, comorbidities are a physical issue a person deals with that could either weaken their immune system or affect their bodies ability to handle the virus.
と ほぼ 44 百万人のアメリカ人 suffering from a mental disorder, でも, the study finds that more people may be vulnerable to the virus than believed.
Researchers also found that people with psychiatric disorders were also more likely to be suffering from a comorbidity anyways.
Members of the study who were any of the three psychiatric groups were more likely to have hypertension, 糖尿病, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease – often called COPD – heart disease of metabolic syndrome.