A high white cell count
was detected in 159 of patients in whom white cell count
was measured postoperatively (33%).
Similar to the white cell count
, besides intact cells, lysed red cells are also taken into account by the Urisys 1800 dipstick analysis (2, 7).
Laboratory results after this event, showed a marked inflammatory picture, with a white cell count
The stable's travelling head groom, Tommy Strang, said Kirklees had an elevated white cell count
Haematological investigations revealed a white cell count
Although the higher values recorded in SCA patients with osteomyelitis were not statistically significant when compared to those without osteomyelitis, there was a strong positive correlation between C1-INH and white cell count
in patients with osteomyelitis (r=0.
How would you be able to reliably ensure that the platelets that are interfering with the white cell count
(those between 36 fL and 100 fL) are appropriately identified by the technologist when they review the smear?
1 g/dL per day), no change in white cell count
, a normal or slightly decreased platelet level, and a reticulocyte count of less than 10,000/[mm.
All laboratories surveyed reported adult critical values for the commonly performed haematology tests, namely haemoglobin, platelet count, white cell count
, INR and aPTT, that may reflect life-threatening emergencies.
Her vital signs and temperature were normal as was her white cell count
Laboratory parameters include total white cell count
, absolute band count, and/or band-neutrophil ratio.
The problem persisted until a few weeks ago and, while the white cell count
is still a little higher than it should be, she seems to be in good form and looks well.