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Case Report Open Access
Severe dengue fever (SDF) is a potentially fatal disorder with bleeding being a common cause of mortality. Bleeding is generally secondary to thrombocytopenia, which is a common finding in patients with SDF. Intravenous anti-D is an approved therapeutic option in improving platelet counts in the management of idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP). It has also been tried in patients with SDF for improving thrombocytopenia. Here we report a series of eight patients with SDF who showed remarkable improvement after administration of anti-D.
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Author(s): Deven Juneja Prashant Nasa Shashank Shekhar Vikas Saraswat Arvind Aggarwal and Manisha Arora
Dengue, Infections, Critical care, Intensive and Critical Care Medicine, Intensive Care Unit, Intensive Care Medicine