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10.21276/iabcr.2017.3.1.10
Study of Malaria Parasite with Special Reference to Liver Function Test of the Patient Attending at TMU Hospital Moradabad (U.P)
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January - March 2017 | Vol 3 | Issue 1 | Page : 33-37

Ratnendra Bisht 1*, Madhubala Mishra2, Sandhya Mishra2

1Demonstrator, Department of Microbiology, KM Medical college Mathura (UP).
2Senior Demonstrator, Department of Microbiology, RNT Medical college Udaipur (RJ)

How to cite this article: Bisht R, Mishra M, Mishra S. Study of Malaria Parasite with Special Reference to Liver Function Test of the Patient Attending at TMU Hospital Moradabad (U.P). Int Arch BioMed Clin Res. 2017;3(1):33-37.DOI:10.21276/iabcr.2017.3.1.10

ABSTRACT

Background: Malaria is an important infectious vector borne disease caused by a Plasmodium species. Liver involvement in severe Plasmodium falciparum infection is commonly a significant cause of morbidity and mortality among humans. Objective: In this study, we show the correlation of malaria positive cases with liver derangement. Methods: The present study had been conducted in Teerthankar Mahaveer Medical college Hospital and Research Center, Moradabad, U.P. from February 2014 to January 2015 on both IPD & OPD patients .Results: The present study included 200 clinically suspected cases of Malaria with derange Liver function. 67.5% patients show increased level of Total and indirect bilirubin followed by 45% of patient shows increased level of direct bilirubin. 27.5% patient’s shows increased level SGPT followed by 40% of SGOT. Conclusions: Deranged liver functions are commonly seen as a complication of severe malarial infection.

Keywords: plasmodium, liver function, malaria

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