Background: Observation of the levels of blood parameters not only useful for diagnosis but also in prognosis of the disease. However, there is little studies in this area. Objectives: the present study was undertaken to observe the hematological parameters in the individuals with dengue fever. Methods: The present study involved 30 patients both males and females with age more than 15 years and diagnosed with dengue fever. Willing participants with mild symptoms were included in the study. Those with severe complications were excluded from the study. A thorough clinical evaluation was conducted on all the patients. Voluntary informed consent was obtained from all the patients before the study. Results: The results were presented from table no.1 to table no.4. Table 1 Present age wise distribution of cases. Table 2 Present platelet Count of cases. Table 3 Present WBC Count of cases. Table 4 Present RBC Count in the cases. Majority of the patients belongs to age group 15-30years. Majority of the patient have platelet count between 10000-40000. Majority of the patients WBC count is between 11000-40000. Majority of the patients RBC count is between 5millions. Conclusion: The present study presence variations in the blood parameters the patients with dengue fever the study results support the views of earlier studies however there is a need for furthered detail studies in this area. The present study presence variations in the blood parameters the patients with dengue fever the study results support the views of earlier studies however there is a need for furthered detail studies in this area.
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Dr. Rachna Sharma and Dr. Neeraj Kumar Arya. An observational study to assess the hematological parameters in dengue fever. International Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Pathology. 2019; 2(2): 459-460. DOI: 10.33545/pathol.2019.v2.i2g.398