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Neha Rawat Sonia Kukreti


Points and destinations of current examination were to contemplate the clinical, biochemical and hematological profiles in smear positive jungle fever patients and its connection to prompt result of patient. To investigate the biochemical and hematological awkward nature and its connection with clinical introduction and kind of malarial parasites. To explain the connection of hematological and biochemical changes in kids contaminated with jungle fever and their effect on prompt result of patients.  All patients conceded with a finding of intestinal sickness in branch of Pediatrics at Shri Mahant Indiresh Hospital, Dehradun, Uttarakhand amid the examination time of 10 January 2018 to 12 December 2018. Test measure was 109 cases. The investigation was done in the wake of getting a definite history, complete general physical examination and fundamental examination. The patients were exposed to pertinent examinations. The information with respect to understanding points of interest, analysis and examinations is gathered in an uncommonly structured case recording structure and exchanged to an ace graph exposed to measurable techniques like mean, standard deviation, extent, rate computation and wherever fundamental chi square test for extent are utilized.  Complete 106 patients were enlisted in study. Complexities of PF (N=32): Jaundice 17%, extreme pallor 22%, thrombocytopenia 28%, leukopenia in 24%, hyponatremia in 30 %, cerebral intestinal sickness in 17% and hyperkalemia in 16%. Intricacies of PV (N=66): Jaundice 21%, serious iron deficiency 21%, thrombocytopenia 19%, leukopenia in 12%, hyponatremia in 45.8%, hyperkalemia in 10%, cerebral intestinal sickness in 11.7% and hypoglycemia in 4.02%.

Key words: Malaria, Smear positive malaria, RFT, LFT, Hemogram

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Rawat, N., & Kukreti, S. (2019). “STUDY OF CLINICAL, BIOCHEMICAL AND HEMATOLOGICAL PROFILE IN MALARIA PATIENTS”. International Journal of Medical and Biomedical Studies, 3(2). https://doi.org/10.32553/ijmbs.v3i2.86