A young man with severe acute haemolytic anaemia

by | Oct 20, 2017 | Pain Management | 0 comments

Correspondence to Z Yang zhaoqingy92@hotmail.com

A 19 year old man of Kachin ethnicity presented with fever (39.5°C) and was diagnosed with vivax malaria by microscopy. He was prescribed chloroquine and primaquine and his fever resolved. After 24 hours he experienced two days of passing dark urine, followed by an episode of syncope, and was admitted to hospital. On admission, he weighed 59 kg and was afebrile (36.2°C), his heart rate was 120 beats/min, blood pressure 70/40 mm Hg, and respiratory rate 36 breaths/min. He was moderately jaundiced and...

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