Volume 24, Number 8—August 2018
Distinguishing Zika and Dengue Viruses through Simple Clinical Assessment, Singapore
||Value, N = 95
|Age||Median 38, mean 37.9, range 21−67|
|Sex||M 72, F 23|
|Day of illness*||Median 5, mean 4.7, range 2−9|
|Conjunctivitis||Yes 13, no 82|
|Fever||Yes 93, no 2|
|Myalgia||Yes 33, no 62|
|Headache||Yes 33, no 62|
|Monocyte count, × 109/µL||Median 0.32, mean 0.39, range 0.08−1.38|
|Platelet count, ×109/µL||Median 99, mean 115.2, range 13−308|
|Alanine aminotransferase, U/L||Median 33, mean 55.2, range 12−677|
|Aspartate aminotransferase, U/L||Median 44, mean 76.5, range 17−715|
*Day on which care was sought.
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2These authors contributed equally to this article.
3These authors contributed equally to this article.
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