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Dengue fever is common in Southeast Asia although liver failure is a rare complication with up to 50% mortality rate reported in children. Objective: To evaluate the characteristics and treatment outcome of dengue fever associated liver failure (DFALF) in a case series of 4 paediatric patients. DFALF was defined as INR>2, regardless of the presence or absence of encephalopathy or INR>1.5 not corrected by Vitamin K in the presence of clinical hepatic encephalopathy, during the course ofdoi:10.21767/2573-0282.100031 fatcat:rz537fxuazc7tgdpiefory3tua