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Of Positive Hematological Hematological cases by parameters Altered parameters Microscopy Unaltered P. Vivax 14 (20%) 02 12 Mixed 02 (3%) 02 00 Total 70 44 (63%) 26 (37%) Out of the total 70 slide positive cases, 44 (63%) patients had their Hematological parameters altered, while in 26 (37%) patients it remained unaltered. Table: 2–Comparison of Haematological Parameters in Malaria & Non-Malaria Fever: Sr. Variable Malaria (70) Non-Malaria (55) No PF PV MIXED (%) No. Of cases (%) (54) (14) (02) 1 Anemia 30 02 02 48% 07 13% 2 Thrombocytopenia 40 02 02 63% 03 06% 3 RDW > 15 12 01 01 20% 02 04% 4 Leucopenia 16 01 01 26% 05 10% Alteration in Hematological parameters was more commonly seen with Malaria than in the non-malarial cases with fever due to other causes.

Isometric hand grip test: The subject’s maximal voluntary contraction force was observed on maximal compression of the hand dynamometer by the dominant hand. The subjects were made to hold hand dynamometer for a maximum duration of 5 minutes in sitting posture, with one third of maximal voluntary contraction force. Blood pressure and heart rate were measured by a calibrated micro-computerized sphygmomanometer before commencement of the exercise, then after at an interval of 1 minute during hand grip and 1 minute after termination of the exercise.

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