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  1 CASE REPORTDengue Haemorrhagic FeverCompiled by:Fakhri Amin a!u ion##$#$$%&'Saba ini (anurung##$#$$)#$Supervi!ordr* +i!man Dalimun he, (*-ed.Ped/, Sp*A.-/  2 Pedia ric Depar emen (edical Facul y o0 or h Suma era 1niver!i yCen ral Public Ho!pi al Ha2i Adam (alik (edan%$#3  3 TA45E OF COTETSCO6ER******************************************************************************************iTA45E OF COTETS**************************************************************iiCHAPTER 7 7TROD1CT7O*************************************************#CHAPTER 77 57TERAT1R RE67E+*************************************** ) 2.1.....................................................................................................................Dengue Fever .................................................................................................................... 32.1.1Definition............................................................................ 32.1.2Epidemiology...................................................................... 32.1.3Etiology and Pathophysiology............................................ 52.1.4Clinical anifestation and Physical E!amination.............. 2.1.5#a$oratory %tudies.............................................................. &2.1.'Differential Diagnosis......................................................... 1(2.1.)*ector.................................................................................. 112.1. +reatment............................................................................ 122.1.&Prognosis............................................................................. 21 CHAPTER 777 CASE REPORT************************************************** %% 3.1,$-ective............................................................................................ 223.2Case.................................................................................................... 223.3Follo /p.......................................................................................... 33 CHAPTER 76 D7SC1SS7O AD S1((AR8**********************)) 4.1Discussion.......................................................................................... 334.2%ummary............................................................................................ 34 REFERECES*****************************************************************************)3CHAPTER #7TROD1CT7O  4 Dengue Fever 0DF is an acute epidemic disease caused $y a virus that istransmitted $y the edes aegypti and edes al$opictus. nfected sufferers ill havesymptoms in the form of lograde fever up high accompanied $y headache painin the eyes muscles and -oints to spontaneous $leeding. 1 Dengue is a mos6uito$orne viral infection. +he infection causes fluli7eillness and occasionally develops into a potentially lethal complication calledsevere dengue. +he glo$al incidence of dengue has gron dramatically in recentdecades. $out half of the orld8s population is no at ris7. Dengue is found intropical and su$tropical climates orldide mostly in ur$an and semiur$an areas.%evere dengue is a leading cause of serious illness and death among children insome sian and #atin merican countries. 1 Endemic diseases ere first recorded and reported in 1&531&54 in thePhilippines. %ince then the spread of D9D 6uic7ly occurred to most ma-or %outheast sian countries including ndonesia. 1 Dengue fever cases in ndonesia first occurred in %ura$aya in 1&' . +hedisease dengue fever discovered in 2(( cities in 2) provinces and the out$rea7 hasoccurred 0/nusual due to dengue fever. n 2(14 until mid Decem$er noted sufferer D9D in 34 provinces in ndonesia as many as )1.'' people and '41 of them died.+he figure is loer than the previous year i.e. the year 2(13 $y num$er of sufferersas much as 112.511 people and the num$er of cases of death as much as )2sufferers. 2 +he handling of patients spend a long time and cost a relatively large losses.:ith standard management dengue fever patients on average spent time in hospitalinpatient care for 4.2 ; 1.5 days. 3 :hile the period of ill patients lived an average of 11 days ith the average duration of fever for ' days. Costs or direct and indirectlosses incurred any inpatient at hospitals around /%D 13&4. 4 +here is no specific treatment for dengue<severe dengue $ut early detectionand access to proper medical care loers fatality rates $elo 1=. Dengue prevention and control depends on effective vector control measures.Dengue is a mos6uito$orne viral disease that has rapidly spread in allregions of :>, in recent years. Dengue virus is transmitted $y female mos6uitoes
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