The significantly increased absolute neutrophil count
in anemic patients in the present study could possibly be due to compensatory activity due to inhibition in the capability to phagocytose.
Her WBC count was 500/[mm.sup.3] and absolute neutrophil count
dropped to zero.
Absolute neutrophil count
was repeated, with drop to 640 neutrophils/[mm.sup.3] the day of admission and 210 neutrophils/[mm.sup.3] the day after admission.
It was examined if there was difference between the groups in terms of white blood cell (WBC) count, absolute neutrophil count
(ANC), erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) and C-reactive protein (CRP) levels.
(ANC = absolute neutrophil count
; SE = standard error.)
Neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio (NLR) is calculated by dividing the absolute neutrophil count
by the absolute lymphocyte count, and regarded as a sign of inflammation.
Reference Baseline range Haemoglobin (mmol/L) 8.07-10.55 7.63 Total white count (x [10.sup.9]/L) 4.00-10.00 4.33 Platelet (x [10.sup.9]/L) 150-410 238 Absolute neutrophil count
(x [10.sup.9]/L) 2.00-7.00 1.92 Days after commencing olanzapine 6 Days 9 Days 11 Days Haemoglobin (mmol/L) 7.76 8.13 7.88 Total white count (x [10.sup.9]/L) 5.62 3.95 3.89 Platelet (x [10.sup.9]/L) 117 132 81 Absolute neutrophil count
(x [10.sup.9]/L) 3.99 1.16 1.66 Days after commencing 14 Days after olanzapine olanzapine was 14 Days withheld Haemoglobin (mmol/L) 6.7 8.81 Total white count (x [10.sup.9]/L) 3.48 4.2 Platelet (x [10.sup.9]/L) 102 149 Absolute neutrophil count
(x [10.sup.9]/L) 1.53 2.73
The neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio (NLR), neutrophil-to-monocyte ratio (NMR), lymphocyte-to-monocyte ratio (LMR), and platelet-to-lymphocyte (PLR) are also easily calculated from the absolute neutrophil count
, the absolute lymphocyte count, the absolute monocyte count, and the absolute platelet count, which can be obtained from just a single complete blood count test.
reported that NETosis markers, including neutrophil elastase and proteinase 3, were positively correlated with absolute neutrophil count
in type 1 diabetes patients .
Complete clinical response is defined as normalization of the platelet count, absolute neutrophil count
, and hemoglobin and a lymphocyte count of less than 4 x [10.sup.9]/L.
In recent years, there was more focus on neutrophil lymphocyte ratio (NLR), which is determined in complete blood counts by simply dividing the absolute neutrophil count
to absolute lymphocyte count.
S shows a significant drop in absolute neutrophil count
(ANC) (750/[micro]L) (reference range, 1,500 to 8,000 [micro]L).