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Table 1 Chronology of platelet, PCV and liver biochemistry of both patients in case study 1 and 2

From: Dengue haemorrhagic fever presenting with cholestatic hepatitis: two case reports and a review of literature

Day AST U/L (<34) ALT U/L (<40) ALP U/L (100–360) T.Bilirubin (0.1 -1.2 mg/dL) D.Bilirubin (<0.3 mg/dL) Platelet ×109/L PCV
  Pt 1 Pt 2 Pt 1 Pt 2 Pt 1 Pt 2 Pt 1 Pt 2 Pt 1 Pt 2 Pt 1 Pt 2 Pt 1 Pt 2
5 80   38   450   9.1   6   69   31.1%  
6 100 242 52 120 490 400 10.6 23 7.8 12 30 10 32% 34%
8 116 230 56 98 598 412 12.6 22 9.6 6 3 5 35% 34.2%
9 88 160 50 83 448 625 11.6 17.7 8.8 6.2 20 17 33% 30.1%
10   127   78   631   18   8   31   29.9%
11 70   44   368   4.8   3.0   55 62 32% 29.9%
12   88   45   378   16   3   128   30.8%
13 66   40   300   2   1.4   108   32%  
15 60   40   260   0.8   0.2   166   32%  
  1. (Day- day of the illness, AST- aspartate transaminase, ALT- alanine transaminase, ALP-alkaline phosphatase, T.Bilirubin- total bilirubin, D.Bilirubin- direct bilirubin, PCV-packed cell volume, Pt 1- Patient discussed in case vignette 1, Pt 2- Patient discussed in case vignette 2).