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Table 1 Clinical features of patients on admission

From: Extensive haemorrhagic necrosis of liver is an unpredictable fatal complication in dengue infection: a postmortem study

  Patient 1 Patient 2 Patient 3 Patient 4 Patient 5
Gender Female Female Female Female Female
Age (years) 34 20 49 50 46
Appearance Average built Overweight Overweight Overweight Average built
Co-morbidities    DM DM, HT DM, Dyslipidaemia
Duration of fever on admission (Days) 3 4 5 3 5
Presenting complaints Fever Fever Fever Fever Fever
- Headache - Myalgia - Myalgia - - Myalgia - Vomiting
- Vomiting -Headache - Diarrhoea - Headache - PV bleeding
- Diarrhoea - Menses - Vomiting  
Cardiovascular system Pulse – weak Pulse-100 bpm Pulse-100 bpm, low volume BP – 160/100 mmHg which dropped to 110/60 mmHg Pulse - weak
BP-unrecordable BP – 80/60 mmHg BP - unrecordable BP – 80/50 mmHg
Evidence of plasma leak Ascites B/L Pleural effusion Right pleural effusion Clear lungs No ascites Right pleural effusion Ascites B/L Pleural effusion
Progress Recurrent shock Recurrent shock - Hepatic encephalopathy Uncontrolled bleeding Bleeding
- Bleeding
Duration of illness at death (Days) 4 5 6 5 6
  1. DM-diabetes mellitus, HT-hypertension, BP-blood pressure in mmHg, bpm-beats per minute, B/L-bilateral.