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FALSIGO injection, plasmodium falsiparum malaria, tab mefloquine 250mg, fever and chills, relapse ?

I was treated with FALSIGO injection for a severe attack of Plasmodium Falsiparum Malaria . The injections were given twice daily from 25th January, 2012 afternoon to 29th January, 2012 morning. And Tab. Mefloquine 250mg was administered twice daily for 3 days from 28-01-2012 to 30-01-2012. The diagnosis was delayed though the fever and chills started on 20th January. What are the chances of relapse?
Asked On : Thu, 23 Feb 2012
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The relapse rate depends upon severity of infection if the infection is showing 5% in thin film means very severe infection and high chances of relapse. Any sign of loosing sensorium (feeling of drowsiness) suggestion is to get admitted as likely chances of cerebral malaria.
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