Relationship Covid-19 with Viral Cystitis


This study aims to know the symptoms on admission and the relationship between Viral Cystitis with CO-19 In this study, cystitis was reported to 55 patients with COVID-19, and demographic data and information were collected for patients from different hospitals in Iraq. In this study, samples were distributed to 30 male patients and 25 female patients with ages ranging from 55 to 80 years. Data collected routinely from different hospitals in Iraq. Were used to perform a retrospective study. We identified patients 55 years of age and older who tested positive for COVID-19 from MARCH 2020 to April 2021. The most common symptoms of persistent COVID-19 – which some patients have had for more than six months – are weakness. inability or inability to perform daily tasks; Fever. Respiratory disorders and loss of sense of smell and taste (anosmia and dysgeusia). The logistic analysis proved in the analysis of risk factors for patients (age 2.6 (1.4-3.9) < 0.001 p-values) in addition to comorbidities, which formed the largest percentage in this study 3.5 (1.6-7.8) with p-value < 0.001.


Viral Cystitis, CO-19, comorbidities, renal, RNA, anosmia