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CORRELATION OF MALARIA OUTCOMES AMONG FOUR BASIC ABO PHENOTYPES

Pooja Choubey

 

ABSTRACT: HISTORY: Clinical reports of Rh blood group and Plasmodium falciparum infection exposes a connection between disease strictness and Rh group. But several studies undertaken have been incapable to link Rh groups to the occurrence of malaria or to the repeat attacks of malaria. MATERIAL AND METHODS: This impending study was accompanied for eleven months period from August 2018 to June 2019 on blood samples from patients obtainable with malaria, seen in People’s medical college and hospital in Bhopal. in This study comprised all patients diagnosed as malaria positive, seen in People’s medical college and hospital. The analysis was based on marginal smear and QBC. Blood group was analysis by forward and reverse method. RESULT: The 100 cases included, 61 were positive for plasmodium falciparum and 31 cases were possitive for plasmodium vivax infection. The result of the blood groups showed 21 were blood group , 40 were B, 36 were O, 01 and was AB group. CONCLUSIONS: Blood group ‘’O’’ advantage over the other groups based on artical difference in rosetting ability between RBC different Rh blood group with a diminished rosetting potential in blood group O RBC is suggested as the basis for the differential host susceptiblity.

KEY WORDS: plasmodium falciparum, plasmodium vivax, RBC, WBC, blood Groups.

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Choubey P. Correlation of malaria outcomes among four basic ABO phenotypes. Int. J. Med. Lab. Res. 2020; 5,2:42-50. http://doi.org/10.35503/IJMLR.2020.5206

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