Biomarker T Cell dalam Diagnosis COVID-19 : Literatur Review

Upik Rahmi, Septian Andriyani

Abstract


Latar Belakang : COVID-19 menjadi masalah kesehatan didunia. Penanda inflamasi yang dapat digunakan sebagai predictor prognosis COVID-19. Tujuan untuk melihat peran biomarker sel T pada penyakit COVID-19.  Metode: Pencarian literatur utama PubMed  dan Cinahl  untuk artikel yang diterbitkan antara Tahun 2015  hingga 2021 dan telah memenuhi syarat, artikel dipilih setelah evaluasi judul, abstrak, dan referensi. Sebanyak 7 artikel termasuk dalam ulasan ini. Hasil:  Analisis artikel ini ditemukan faktor sel T limfosit yang berperan dalam biomarker dalam diagnosis COVID-19 adalah CD4+, CD8+ dan CD3+ dan hasil yang meningkat secara signifikant adalah CD8+. Kesimpulan: Analisis artikel menunjukkan bahwa ada bukti yang jelas bahwa biomarker Limfosit T  dapat berubah sesuai dengan tingkat keparahan Infeksi COVID-19. Ini dapat digunakan sebagai tambahan dalam praktik klinis.  


Keywords


Biomaker; Sel T; COVID-19

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