The emerging trends of falciparum malaria: a study from a tertiary centre in an endemic area of India

Poovathingal, Mary Anne and Shivashankara, KN and Nagaraja, * (2014) The emerging trends of falciparum malaria: a study from a tertiary centre in an endemic area of India. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine, 4 (Supl-1). S81-S86.

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Abstract

Objective: To document the various clinical manifestations, lab parameters, complications and oduetdcuocmee ws hoeft hFearl ciitp waoruumld Mbea laanri eaf. feTchteiv aeb moveea sduartea owf othueld s abme ec.orrelated with the parasitic index to Methods: This was a prospective study among 183 inpatients aged above 18 from Kasturba Hwaoss pdiotanle, Mwiatnhi pthael firnodmep Menayd e2n0t0 9p atoir eJadn tu taersyt ,2 l0i1n1e.a Er tchoircraell actlieoanr aanncde Cwhais s tqaukaerne. tSetsatt iusstiincagl analysis SPSS 16. Results: In this study 78% cases were males. Most cases occurred during the monsoons. Fever cwoams pthliec amtioanjosr, pinrcelsuednitnagti ohne pwaittihc dotyhsefursn cbteioinn g( 4j0a.u9ndice, vomiting and head ache. 50.8 % had sensorium %), renal failure (19.13%), shock (7%), altered sepsis were( 9r%ar)e, .A RDS (3.27%) and severe anemia (1.63%). Hypoglycemia and gram negative was significantly rPealaratesdit ic index, renal parameters and death were correlating positively. ESR mortalities out of which (P<0.003) to complications and not to cerebral malaria. There were 12 9 were due to MODS and 3 due to ARDS. Conclusions: 50.8% cases conformed to the WHO definition of severe malaria indicating most mproersteanlitt yw aitnhd ccoommpplliiccaattiioonnss.. HEaigrhly pdaiaragsniotes isin, daenxti cainpda tiaobnn oofr mcoaml rpelnicaalt ifounnsc, tciolons ea rme opnrietdoricintogr sa nodf combination therapy to over come drug resistance helps to contain the extent of mortality.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Fmaallcairpiaar; um malaria; severe malaria; parasitic index; complications of malaria; ESR and cerebral renal failure in malaria.
Subjects: Medicine > KMC Manipal > Medicine
Depositing User: KMC Library
Date Deposited: 24 Feb 2016 11:39
Last Modified: 24 Feb 2016 11:39
URI: http://eprints.manipal.edu/id/eprint/145398

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