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Emerging Co-Infections in Dengue: A Hospital Based Study
Journal of Medical Science And clinical Research
Concurrent infection with two agents can result in an illness having overlapping symptoms creating a diagnostic confusion for the treating physician. This study attempts to find the current coinfections rates in dengue patients in a tertiary care hospital Eastern Odisha. Method: Study Conclusion: Co-infection should always be kept in mind while dealing with cases of dengue fever.This study brings out the incidence of dengue and co-infections and also differentiate concurrent infections.doi:10.18535/jmscr/v8i2.142 fatcat:i6l72nrp2vastpl7pctidejyey