After hospital discharge, the patient was admitted yet again within two weeks for a traumatic hip fracture and was found at the same time to have raised peritoneal effluent white cell count
of 1.6 x [10.sup.9]/L.
Total white cell count
x 109/L; meanSD (range)###4.73.9 (1.0 - 87.1)###7.25.2 (0.5 - 61.5)###less than 0.01
Haematological Examination: Haematological examination including HB%, PCV, Red cell indices, platelet count and total white cell count
with differential count should be done on peripheral smears stained with field A and B stain
This study was conducted to evaluate the differences of CSF samples (protein, glucose, white cell count
, appearance, and culture) obtained from two commonly used CSF collection ports on the EVD system.
* Low blood counts, such as low red blood count, low platelet count or low white cell count
His blood investigations were unremarkable with a white cell count
of 7.7, neutrophils of 4.18, eosinophils of 0.82, lymphocytes of 2.09, erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) of 21 and a C-reactive protein (CRP) of 9.
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But my sister, who is a junior doctor, told me to take her back as she suspected that she had a low immune system, and to ask for a blood test." The test showed that Ayesha had a low white cell count
, so she and her sisters were sent to
B--Low white cell count
is a sign and symptom for acute leukemia.
An overall increase in the white cell count
can then be seen in patients receiving glucocorticoids.
Her investigations showed haemoglobin of 9.3 g/dL with white cell count
of 6,500/[mm.sup.3] and platelet count of 17,000/ [mm.sup.3].
Hemoglobin, hematocrit, mean corpuscular volume, white cell count
, erythrocyte sedimentation rate, and serum C-reactive protein levels were 7.4 g/dl, 25.9%, 53.4 [micro][m.sup.3], 15.200/ml, 36 mm/hr, and 22.3 mg/dl, respectively.