Prognosis of Leptospirosis

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The prognosis tends to be good, although some patients may require hospitalisation and may also have autoinflammatory complications in the mid- to long-term.  

In patients with a severe case of the disease (Weil’s disease) or complications, mortality is around 40%.   

Early treatment of the infection prevents a poor prognosis.  

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