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IP Journal of Urology, Nephrology & Hepatology Science

Study of hematological manifestations in hiv/aids at medical College Hospital Kota

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Author Details : Vinit Agarwal, Devendra Ajmera*, Savita Khandelia, Shail Agarwa, Vikash Khandelia

Volume : 1, Issue : 3, Year : 2018

Article Page : 47-49

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Introduction: Haematological abnormalities are common findings in patients infected by HIV virus. The common findings include anemia, leukopenia, thrombocytopenia or pancytopenia.
Materials and Methods: It was a hospital based observational descriptive study conducted in department of medicine and ART centre at Government Medical College Kota and associated group of hospital.
Results: Leucopenia was seen in 44% cases and thrombocytopenia in 12% of cases. Hemoglobin level below 10gm% was seen in 63%. Blood urea level was 110.95±111.38gm/l and S. creatine level was 2.703±3.12mg/dl. Liver marker was higher than normal level.
Conclusion: Hematological abnormalities were common in patients with Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome.

Keywords: Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), Hematological manifestations, Hemoglobin, Liver function test, Kidney function test.

How to cite : Agarwal V, Ajmera D, Khandelia S, Agarwa S, Khandelia V, Study of hematological manifestations in hiv/aids at medical College Hospital Kota. J Urol Nephrol Hepatol Sci 2018;1(3):47-49

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