ISSN 0975-3583

Journal of Cardiovascular Disease Research

    Analysis Of Haematological And Biomedical Parameters During Dengue Infection From 2022 To 2023 Among North Indian Population: A Randomized Controlled Trial Study

    Swati Samaddar, Vibhash Kumar Vaidya, Julie K John, Pradeep Singh Shekhawat, Akhil Sathyan
    JCDR. 2024: 807-814


    Dengue fever, also known as Breakbone fever, results from mosquitoes transmitting the dengue virus and is prevalent in tropical areas worldwide. Humans serve as the primary host for the virus, with female mosquitoes acquiring the Dengue virus from viraemic humans during feeding. Aims and objective: To estimate the haematological Parameters in dengue infection in 2022-2023 and correlate its co infection with malaria. Material and Methods: The present Randomized controlled trial (RCT) was performed on 110 patients suffering from dengue of both sexes of North Indian population from Swati Path Lab, referred from Community health centre by clinical diagnosis Gularbhoj, Udham Singh Nagar, Uttrakhanad. Over a period of 1 year from June 2022 to May 2023. Dengue cases which were confirmed by serological tests with Dengue combi test (NS1, IgG, & IgM). If any single parameter i.e NS1, IgG, IgM antibody showed positivity , then in that condition we did more investigations and collected results like reports of Hb, TLC, Platelet count and Malaria Co- infection.


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    Volume 15 Issue 2