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Table 1 Blood and urine biochemistry of five severe leptospirosis cases with cardiac manifestations

From: An outbreak of leptospirosis with predominant cardiac involvement: a case series

Case number Full blood count Renal function tests Urine full report Serum electrolyte (mEq/L)
WBC (× 109/L) PCV (%) N% Hb (g/dL) Plt (×109/L) S.Cr (mmol/L) BU mmol/L Alb RBC/ field PC/ field Na K
Case 1 7.2 40.3 87.3 14.3 103➔59 212➔ 73 10.1 1+ 45–60 20–25 136 5.2➔2.2
Case 2 12.7 32 89.4 11.2 125➔81 192➔715➔247 47.9➔37.4 2+ Field full 1–2 130 6.2➔5
Case 3 12.2 38.6 91.9 13.4 125➔79 355➔114 28.9➔6.9 Trace 15–10 1–2 134 4.2
Case 4 9.13 35.4 82.5 12.5 89➔43 250➔102 20.4➔6.1 3+ 10–06 30–40 140 4.1
Case 5 4.27 38.3 76.2 12.4 36➔9➔172 267➔589➔417 19.9➔18 2+ 15–20 65–70 135 3.4
  1. WBC white blood count, PCV Packed cell volume, N Neutrophil, Hb Hemoglobin, Plt Platelet, S.Cr Serum creatinine, BU Blood urea, Alb Albumin, PC Pus cells, RBC Red blood cells, Na- Sodium, K Potasium,. Arrows (➔) indicate interval change of parameters since admission to discharge