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    Open Access Case Report Article ID: AEST-6-153

    Application of the standard case definition in the case of Congo-Crimean Hemorrhagic Fever (CCHF) in the Zhambyl region of Kazakhstan

    Andrey M Dmitrovskiy*, Pak YeА, Syzdykov МS, Ryabushko YeA, Kamytbekova KZh and Iskakova FA

    In the presented case, a typical example of CCHF is described, a patient who lives in an endemic territory and had risk factors for infection – cattle keeping and tick bite. The patient sought medical help in a timely mannert, but his diagnosis of CCHF was made late, due to underestimation of the risk factors for CCHF infection and non-use of the standard case definition. The correct diagnosis was made only after the appearance of the hemorrhagic syndrome. The appearance of bleeding in patients with CCHF presents a high risk of infection for others. But timely isolation and intensive treatment allowed for the prevention of infection of contact persons and save the patient’s life.

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    Published on: Aug 19, 2022 Pages: 50-51

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/aest.000053
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