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Tropical fever in ICU

Tropical infections frequently manifest as nonspecific fevers with organ dysfunction. In emergency and intensive care situations when there is a limited amount of time for intervention, it is nearly hard to differentiate between these illnesses due to their clinically similar presentations. Seasonal fevers strike several regions of India during the post-monsoon season every year. The morbidity and fatality rates from these fevers are quite high and include Dengue, Malaria, Scrub Typhus, Leptospirosis, Typhoid fever, among others.

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MBBS, MD, D.M ( Critical care medicine ) lead consultant critical Care Aster Ramesh Hospitals

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Tropical infections frequently manifest as nonspecific fevers with organ dysfunction. In emergency and intensive care situations when there is a limited amount of time for intervention, it is nearly hard to differentiate between these illnesses due to their clinically similar presentations. Seasonal fevers strike several regions of India during the post-monsoon season every year. The morbidity and fatality rates from these fevers are quite high and include Dengue, Malaria, Scrub Typhus, Leptospirosis, Typhoid fever, among others.

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Tropical infections frequently manifest as nonspecific fevers with organ dysfunction. In emergency and intensive care situations when there is a limited amount of time for intervention, it is nearly hard to differentiate between these illnesses due to their clinically similar presentations. Seasonal fevers strike several regions of India during the post-monsoon season every year. The morbidity and fatality rates from these fevers are quite high and include Dengue, Malaria, Scrub Typhus, Leptospirosis, Typhoid fever, among others.