CLINICAL PROFILE OF DENGUE FEVER IN KANYAKUMARI GOVERNMENT MEDICAL COLLEGE- A STUDY FROM KANYAKUMARI, INDIA
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Brinda J, Sankar Selvaraj, John Christopher Ponnaian, Chandrashekar Madhu, Benitta Mary Redleene, Lekshmi Reghunath, Kumaran Rajendren
2016 Journal of Evidence Based Medicine and Healthcare  
All probable cases that had high-grade fever, lymphadenopathy, hepatomegaly, features of hock or haemorrhage and so forth and were admitted with provisional diagnosis of dengue fever were taken into account. All patients with positive dengue tests, either NS1 antigen, IgM, IgG antibody rapid serological test kit or ELISA were taken into the study group. As the duration of history of fever might be fallacious, the patients were subjected to all three serological tests. Patients who were positive
more » ... s who were positive for malaria, meningitis and enteric fever were excluded from the study. The whole number of patients included in our study was 40 ( =40).
doi:10.18410/jebmh/2017/8 fatcat:z55xhe2mv5dihfkltkh3wsfzzm