Abstract— Acute undifferentiated febrile illness (AUFI) is a common occurrence in low and middle income groups countries like India and constitutes heavy burden on healthcare industry especially from month of June to September. AUFI includes various diseases which are very difficult to differentiate. So this study was conducted on 504 AUFI cases to present an etiological profile of these AUFI cases. It was found that among these 504 AUFI cases, 6.54% were Malaria, 15% Typhoid, 14% Dengue, 3.17% Chickenguniya, 4.56% were mixed infections and 60.7% were undiagnosed.
Keyword: Acute Undifferentiated Febrile Illness (AUFI), Malaria, Undiagnosed Undifferentiated Febrile Illness (UUFI), Dengue, Chikungunia.
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