Diagnostic dilemma of dengue fever: how much reliability are there in rapidity.

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Rapid diagnosis of dengue infection is essential to patient management and disease control. In a rural tertiary health setting and diagnostic laboratories, dengue suspect cases were assessed with a rapid (15 minutes) immunochromatographic test and compared to an IgM capture enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) (2-3 days) and the reliability of the… (More)

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@article{Aikat2011DiagnosticDO, title={Diagnostic dilemma of dengue fever: how much reliability are there in rapidity.}, author={Aditi Aikat and A. Sarkar and Nirmal Kumar Tudu and Subhabrata Moitra and Partha Pratim Pal and T. K. Sarkar}, journal={Journal of the Indian Medical Association}, year={2011}, volume={109 8}, pages={543-5} }