Clinical description of hospitalized patients with <i>P. vivax</i> malaria, dengue fever and <i>P. vivax</i> malaria and dengue fever co-infection admitted to a tertiary health center (Manaus, Brazil).

a<p>p value from Logistic regression;</p>b<p>Total of 77 women in group A, 210 women in group B and 22 women in group C;</p>c<p>Mean (standard deviation – SD);</p>d<p>WHO malaria- Severity Criteria for Malaria from World Health Organization, 2010;</p>e<p>WHO dengue- Severity Criteria for Dengue from World Health Organization, 2009;</p><p>* Bleeding was considered based on patients' history or physical examination. Superficial bleeding was defined as skin and/or mucosae bleeding and deep bleeding was defined as gastrointestinal or urinary tract bleeding. Some patients presented both superficial and deep bleeding;</p><p>** Diarrhea was defined as more than three liquid evacuations in 24 hours.</p><p>Clinical description of hospitalized patients with <i>P. vivax</i> malaria, dengue fever and <i>P. vivax</i> malaria and dengue fever co-infection admitted to a tertiary health center (Manaus, Brazil).</p>