Obesity in Patients with COVID-19

Obesity in patients with COVID-19 refers to the condition of being significantly overweight or having excessive body fat in individuals who have also contracted the COVID-19 virus. Obesity is defined by having a high body mass index (BMI), which is calculated based on a person's weight and height. When individuals with obesity contract COVID-19, they may experience more severe and complicated outcomes compared to those with lower body weights.

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