Comparative evaluation of various tests for diagnosis of concurrent malaria and typhoid Fever in a tertiary care hospital of northern India.

@article{Verma2014ComparativeEO,
  title={Comparative evaluation of various tests for diagnosis of concurrent malaria and typhoid Fever in a tertiary care hospital of northern India.},
  author={Deepika Verma and Sachin Kishore and M E Siddique},
  journal={Journal of clinical and diagnostic research : JCDR},
  year={2014},
  volume={8 5},
  pages={DC41-4}
}
BACKGROUND Malaria and Typhoid are two major infectious diseases, still prevalent in most of the tropical countries including India. Millions of individuals residing in these endemic cases contact these diseases either concurrently or as acute infection superimposed on a chronic one. AIM Diagnosis and comparative evaluation of various tests for diagnosis of Typhoid- Malaria co-infection in patients suffering from febrile illness. MATERIALS AND METHODS Around 800 patients of both Out Patient… CONTINUE READING
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