Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Clinical correlates

CAD patients who were undergoing elective surgical procedure under general anesthesia: Clinical correlates

Dr. Vishal Mallappa Kappattanavar, Dr. PG Raghavendra, Dr. Chandana MH, Dr.Jyoti Magar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 2, Pages 469-474

CAD and stroke are the predominant causes and are responsible for >80% of CVD deaths. The Global
Burden of Disease study estimate of age-standardized CVD death rate of 272 per 100000 populations
in India is higher than the global average of 235 per 100000 populations. In India of particular concern
is its accelerated buildup, the early age of disease onset in the population and the high case fatality rate.
After getting approval from institutional ethics committee, study was carried out in all patients
fulfilling the inclusion and exclusion criteria during the study period. Patient diagnosed or known case
of CAD either from history, investigations were included in the study after obtaining written valid
informed consent. 2D Echo of patient diagnosed or known CAD was routinely done in our institution
mainly to know the ventricular function. The number of patients having DM was comparable in the two
groups (p value-0.644). The percentage of DM patients in group A and group B being 40% and 35%
respectively. The time taken for intubation in two groups was comparable, with the mean duration
being 19.5s in group A and 19.4s in group.

Clinical correlates of severe dengue fever in children admitted at a tertiary care hospital

Dr.Sudhakar Hegade, Dr.Karthikeyan, Dr.Prabhakar B Hegade

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 4, Pages 1211-1217

It is the most common and widespread arboviral infection in the world today caused by
Dengue virus. Dengue viruses (DV) belong to the family Flaviviridae and there are four
serotypes of the virus referred to as DV-1, DV-2, DV-3 and DV-4.The course of the disease
has changed in the recent years from milder form to severe form like dengue hemorrhagic
fever & severe dengue fever and with increasing outbreaks frequency.Data was collected by
face to face interview from the parents of the children admitted in pediatric emergency ward
with diagnosis of dengue fever and severe dengue fever in Department of pediatrics. The
presence of bleeding manifestations like melena, epistaxis, hematemesis, petechiae,
hematurias more in DF with warning signs(37.5%) and Severe dengue fever(55.6%). There is
significant association between bleeding manifestations and severity of dengue
fever(p<0.001). Thrombocytopenia was found in 83.8% in dengue fever, 93.8% in DF with