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1 : Clinical Presentation SHARIFUZZAMAN G.I.Unit
2 : Fever 1 month Nausea 15 days Patient's Profile
3 : Past H/O: Nothing contributory Drug H/O: Tab. Ciprofloxacin Travel H/O: He went to his village (Kurigram) 7 days prior to fever On Ex.: Temp. 102°F (chill and rigor) Pulse 120 / min. BP 110 / 80 mmHg RR 24 / min. JVP not raised Pallor present Jaundice mild (+) Clubbing absent Lymph node not palpable Thyroid gland not palpable Patient's Profile Systemic Ex.: CVS - Normal RS - Normal GIT - Hepato splenomegaly Other system revealed no abnormality
4 : Differentials Fever Nausea Malaria, Kalazar, Enteric Hepatitis
5 : CBC: ESR - 56 mm 1st hour Hb% - 11.5 mg /dl TLC - 3,480 /cumm [ (N) - 58%, (L) - 36%, No band ] Widal: not significant LFT: T. Bilirubin - 37 umol/L ( ) Alka. Phos. - 94 u/L ( ~) ALT - 68 u/L ( ) AST - 61 u/L ( ) Urine R/M/E: normal Investigations X-ray Chest: Normal USG of Whole Abdomen: Hepato splenomegaly Blood C/S: No organism ICT for Malaria: Positive
6 : Diagnosis MALARIA
7 : MALARIA
8 : MALARIA
9 : Cause: Plasmodium species Types: P. vivax P. malariae P. ovale P. falciparum cause
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11 : ANOPHELES Mosquito MALARIA
12 : Life Cycle of Anpheles
13 :
14 : P. falciparum P. malariae P. vivax P. ovale Clinical Features
15 : Complications Cerebral malaria Hypoglycaemia Hyperpyrexia Convulsion Shock Hemoglobinuria Severe anaemia Acute renal failure Coagulopathy Spontaneous bleeding Acute pulmonary oedema Aspiration pneumonia Hyperparasitaemia Metabolic acidosis Plasmodium falciparum Glomerulonephritis Nephrotic syndrome Plasmodium malariae Herpes simplex Relapses Plasmodium vivax `n ovale
16 : CBC MP RDT / ICT USG of abdomen Others Investigations
17 : Treatment Plasmodium vivax: Tab. Chloroquine (CQ) + Tab. Primaquine (PQ) – CQ3 + PQ14 Uncomplicated Malaria Presumptive : Tab. Chloroquine (CQ) – CQ3 Severe Malaria : IV Quinine drip / IM Quinine followed by Oral Quinine for a total of 7 days Or, IM Artemether / IV Artesunate followed by Oral Artesunate tablet Uncomplicated Malaria Confirmed : Tab. Co-artem (Artemether + Lumefantrine) – 4 tab. 12H, 3 days Or , Tab. Quinine – 2 tab. 8H, 7 days Alternative, Tab. Quinine (Q) + Tab. Tetracycline (T) – Q7 + T7 Or, Tab. Quinine (Q) + Tab. Doxycycline (D) – Q7 + D7 Or, Tab. Artisunate (A) + Tab. Mefloquine (M) – A3 + M2
18 : Treatment Uncomplicated Malaria Presumptive : Tab. Chloroquine (CQ) – CQ3 Severe Malaria : IV Quinine drip / IM Quinine followed by Oral Quinine for a total of 7 days Or, IM Artemether / IV Artesunate followed by Oral Artesunate tablet
19 : Plasmodium vivax: Tab. Chloroquine (CQ) + Tab. Primaquine (PQ) – CQ3 + PQ14
20 :
21 : Control of Mosquitoes
22 : OTHER MEASURES
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24 : My Team Members My Colleagues Acknowledgement
25 : Thank You
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