Clinical applicability of various dengue diagnostic tests in resource-limited endemic settings

Baijayantimala Mishra, PuneetK Gupta, Vandana Dhiman, SujitK Pujhari, Mirnalini Sharma, RadhaK Ratho
  • Journal of Global Infectious Diseases, January 2014, Medknow
  • DOI: 10.4103/0974-777x.138504

Clinical applicability of various dengue diagnostic tests in resource-limited endemic settings

What is it about?

To study the applicability of different diagnostic methods in diagnosis of dengue viral infection.

Why is it important?

Virus isolation and RT-PCR were the most sensitive tests during the early period of illness whereas beyond third day, IgM antibody detection was found to be the most sensitive method of dengue diagnosis

Perspectives

Mrs Vandana Dhiman
dhimanvandana11@gmail.com

Virus isolation and RT-PCR were the most sensitive tests during the early period of illness whereas beyond third day, IgM antibody detection was found to be the most sensitive method of dengue diagnosis

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