• Published 2018

AN EPIDEMIOLOGICAL SURVEY ABOUT THE INFECTIONS CAUSED BY DENGUE IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF HEMATOLOGICAL , CLINICAL AND DEMOGRAPHIC RISK FACTORS

@inproceedings{Abbas2018ANES,
  title={AN EPIDEMIOLOGICAL SURVEY ABOUT THE INFECTIONS CAUSED BY DENGUE IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF HEMATOLOGICAL , CLINICAL AND DEMOGRAPHIC RISK FACTORS},
  author={Mesgarani Abbas and Dr. Riaz Hussain and Dr. Muhammad Awais},
  year={2018}
}
Objective: Our research determines the patients in terms of their clinical, demographic and hematological factors of dengue infection risk specifically in the rural communities of lower classes in 2016-17 outbreaks in Karachi. Methods: We conducted research for the data collection of clinical and epidemiological nature for the infection of dengue in the less privileged communities. The outcomes of Dengue fever, Dengue Shock syndrome and Dengue hemorrhagic fever were verified through IgM and IgG… CONTINUE READING

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