alexa Abstract | Spontaneous Resolution of Junctional Rhythm in a Child with Dengue Fever

Journal of Prevention and Infection Control
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Atypical manifestations of dengue fever are rising but they may be under reported. In dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF), cardiac rhythm abnormalities observed were ventricular arrhythmia, atrial fibrillation and atrioventricular block. Here we report an 11 year old boy who presented with dengue fever and developed bradycardia and hypotension. His electrocardiogram (ECG), during the bradycardia, showed a junctional rhythm. The spontaneous resolution of junctional rhythm occurred after 7 days of admission.

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Author(s): Amar TaksandeKirti Suwarnakar


Junctional rhythm, Dengue fever, Rhythm abnormality, Hospital Infection Control

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