Why COVID 19 İs Milder İn Women Than Men- A Systematic Mathematical Study
Importance: There is limited information describing the presenting characteristics and outcomes of men and women affected by the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the world.
Objective: To describe the effect and outcomes of patients, both men and women with COVID-19.
Design, Setting, and Participants: The data collected in different parts of the world, who are affected with COVID-19 US, Germany, Italy, India, Spain Health system. The study included the total population of the countries, the total number of people affected in that particular company, the total number of men affected by the corona, the total number of women affected by the disease between the start of the virus effect till 29th of April 2020, inclusive of these dates.
Exposures: Confirmed severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection by positive result, testing of a nasopharyngeal sample among patients requiring admission both men and women.
Main Outcomes and Measures: Clinically tested positive cases who are hospitalized between the start of the virus effect till April 29, 2020, results were also collected.
Results: Two samples were taken for the test. A total of 11,31,800 patients were included (both men and women) from a population of 33.1 crore in United states and another total of 2,07,428 patients were taken form a population of 6.0019 crore. The most common thing was both samples are considered because they were affected by the corona virus, more or less equally. During Hospitalization, 53,195 were male which was 4.7% and 31,690 are female which was 2.8% in United states. Whereas 16,594 were male which was 8% and 10,371 were female which was 5%.
Conclusions and Relevance: This case study on testing of hypothesis using two big samples from the population provides the result that in the bigger population also men are affected more the women with confirmed COVID-19.