complete blood count

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complete blood count

[kəm′plēt ′bləd ‚kau̇nt]
(pathology)
Differential and absolute determinations of the numbers of each type of blood cell in a sample and, by extrapolation, in the general circulation.
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Yellow fever vaccine may be offered to asymptomatic people living with HIV with CD4 cell counts >200 cells/[micro]l; it is therefore contra-indicated in people with advanced HIV disease until they achieve a CD4 cell count [greater than or equal to]200 cells/[micro]l.
(6,13-17) Lesko (2013) observed that the CD4 cell count at the time of presentation for health care services had a nonsignificant increase in developed countries from 1992 to 2011, while Kiertiburanakul (2014) concluded that CD4 cell count at the time of ART initiation increased significantly in some Asian countries from 2007 to 2011, and that there was a significant reduction in delay to start treatment, although the late presentation rate remained elevated.
A CD4 cell count below 350 was considered as low based on the WHO recommended threshold for initiation of HAART at the time.
For mastitis diagnosis, it is important to investigate the relationships between electrical conductivity of milk in different milking phases with milk somatic cell count, productivity and mastitis and to evaluate an influence of various factors on milk electrical conductivity changes.
Male gender, young age, low TCD4+ cell count, and high viral load are all IRIS risk factors.
Evaluation of white blood cell count in peritoneal fluid with five different hemocytometers.
Somatic cell count (SCC) is a key component of national and international regulations concerning milk quality, as well as an important indicator of udder health and the prevalence of clinical and subclinical mastitis in dairy farming (Lievaart et al., 2007; O'Brien et al., 2009).
If AZT is associated with an impaired CD4 cell count, it could mean that some people are changing their treatment unnecessarily.
Based on a total of 15 cases, the researchers found that the cumulative incidence of CIN-2+ over 5 years of follow-up was 2 percent in HIV-infected women with CD4 cell count less than 350 cells/uL, 2 percent in those with CD4 cell count of 350 to 499 cells/uL, 6 percent in those women with CD4 cell count of 500 cells/uL or greater, and 5 percent in HIV-uninfected women.
Venoms of Bungarus caeruleus (BCV), Naja naja (NNV), Vipera russelli (VRV) and Naja kaouthia (NKV) at sub-lethal doses significantly reduced ehrlich ascite carcinoma (EAC) cell count {in vivo) both after 3-days pre-treatment and after 10 days post-treatment.