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Table 1 Number and percentage of patients from quantitative strand exhibiting malaria symptoms at admission

From: Understanding the epidemiology, clinical characteristics, knowledge and barriers to treatment and prevention of malaria among returning international laborers in northern Vietnam: a mixed-methods study

Malaria symptoms at admission Frequency (%) (n = 38) Malaria symptoms at admission Frequency (%) (n = 38)
Persistently high fever 18 (47%) Vomiting 5 (13%)
Typical malaria fever 17 (45%) Accelerated respiration (> 20times/min) 3 (8%)
Prostration 12 (32%) Diarrhea (many times) 2 (5%)
Severe headache 11 (29%) Acute abdomen pain 1 (3%)
Jaundice 9 (24%) Mild consciousness disorder 1 (3%)
Blue skin, pale mucosa 6 (16%)