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Table 2

From: A decade with Falciparum Malaria in the ICU

Year Total Died % Complications, survivor group Complications, mortality group
1993–1995 39 29 75 30 uncomplicated; given Quinine 86% had ARDS, of which 50% were directly admitted to the ICU
1996 09 05 55 8 CNS, ARF, ARDS; excellent response to early Quinine 45% of the remainder developed ARDS on the 4th day of admission
1997 19 07 36 6 MOF; excellent response to Quinine + Artesunate ARDS was the single most common dreaded complication during the course of management
1998 14 07 50 20 treated with multidrug regime had delayed recovery and unacceptable rates of side effects and complications  
1999 15 05 33   
2000 24 10 55   
2001 34 01 2.5   
2002 19 02 03