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Table 2 Characteristics of the patients with haemolysis

From: Delayed haemolysis after treatment with intravenous artesunate in patients with severe malaria in India

Patient IDAge in years/genderBaseline parasitemia (parasites/µl)Haemoglobin g/dlLDH levels (IU/L)Reticulocyte %Total dose of intravenous artesunate (mg/kg)Blood transfusion for hemolysisPossible reason for haemolysis
27/F63,485Base line: 11.9
Day 7: 12.1
Minimum Hb: 10.4
Day 7: 694
Highest level (Day 14): 951
Day 7: 0.6
Highest level (Day 14): 3.8
14NonePost artesunate delayed haemolysis
913/M143Base line 7.6
Day 7: − 8.9
Minimum Hb: 6
Day 7: 1021
Highest level (Day 21): 1161
Day 7: 0.3
Highest level (Day 28): 0.5
14NoneRenal involvement
122.4/M2496Base line 13.1
Day 7: − 11.5
Minimum Hb: 7.1
Day 7: 839
Highest level (Day 21): 1300
Day 7: 0.3
Highest level (Day 28): 5.7
14Day-21Post artesunate delayed haemolysis
1713/M394Base line: 12.4
Day 7: 10.1
Minimum Hb: 6.7
Day 7: 985
Highest level (Day 28):1575
Day 7: 1.6
Highest level (Day 28): 8.2
12NoneIntravenous ceftriaxone
212/M8748Base line: 6.7
Day 7: 8.8
Minimum Hb: 7.6
Day 7: 302
Highest level (Day 14): 642
Day 7: 2.1
Highest level (Day 14): 3.3
15NonePost artesunate delayed haemolysis