Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, March 8th, 2005
"During 2003, the Indian capital metropolis of Delhi was afflicted with an outbreak of dengue. A private-sector tertiary care hospital responded instantly to the sudden influx of 162 patients during an 8-week interval.
"That was an unusual challenge because, until 1997, the hospital had exclusively managed patients with ophthalmic disorders," researchers in India report.
"Dengue patients received fiscal concessions and several free services. A multidisciplinary cell was commissioned for case management. Apart from a diagnosis of...
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