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Table 3 Blood and urine biochemistry of six confirmed cases of leptospirosis

From: Severe leptospirosis and pancreatitis; A case series from a leptospirosis outbreak in Anuradhapura district, Sri Lanka

Case FBC RFT UFR SE (mEq/L) ABG
Number WBC (x109/L) N% PCV (%) Hb (g/dl) Plt (x109/L) Cr (mmol/l) BUN (mmol/l) Albumin leucocytes/field RBC/filed Na K Ca pH HCO3-
1 13.5 87.4 34 10.9 23 177→379 16.1 2+ 10–20 30–40 141 5 2.02 7.35 18.6
2 13.7 85.8 35.5 11.7 11 281→448 20.8 2+ 15–20 20–30 129 5 1.50 7.32 12.8
3 18.2 86.2 36.9 11.6 13 429→464 37.5 2+ 10–15 40–50 140 4 2.05 7.36 12.8
4 15.1 78 35.4 11.6 56 247→269 13 2+ 10–15 20–30 140 2.9 2.00 7.38 14
5 14.4 82 36.5 12.6 27 144→167 13.3 2+ 10–15 30–40 143 3.2 2.06 7.44 18.4
6 19 93 32 10.3 11 306→434 14 2+ 15–20 40–50 139 4.5 1.76 7.4 18.4
  1. FBC full blood count, WBC White blood cell count, PCV Packed cell volume, Hb Haemoglobin, Plt Platelet count, RFT Renal function tests, Cr Creatinine, BUN Blood uria nitrogen, UFR Urine full report, SE serum electrolytes, Na Sodium, K Potassium, Ca Calcium, ABG Arterial blood gasses