Liver functions in children with dengue fever at a tertiary medical centre in central india | Abstract

International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)


Liver functions in children with dengue fever at a tertiary medical centre in central india

Author(s):Dr. K. Gaikwad, Dr. N. Mujawar, Dr. H. Dua

This study was conducted to understand the abnormalities in liver functions in children with Dengue fever and its associations with the outcome. Method: Aim of this study was to assess liver functions SGOT (AST) & SGPT(ALT), Serum Albuminin children with Dengue fever. Objective: Tostudyassociation ofliver function tests with clinical stages of dengue fever and outcome with the severity of liver enzymes. ThisProspectivestudy was conducted inPaediatricwardsofNKPSIMS & LMH,Nagpur (MS), Indiafrom1st January 2019 to31st December 2019 .Duringthestudyperiod124childrenin the age groupupto 18 yrspresenting with fever and positive serology for denguewere included in the study .

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