Extended leukocyte differential count
and C-reactive protein in septic patients with liver impairment: diagnostic approach to evaluate sepsis in intensive care unit.
Leukocyte differential counts
(LDCs)  can be determined by microscopic evaluation and manual counting.
Parameters such as white blood cell count (WBC); red blood cell count (RBC); differential count
(percentage granulocyte, monocyte, and lymphocyte counts); and platelet, hemoglobin, and hematocrit values were taken into consideration.
A complete blood count, including a differential count
of white blood cells (WBCs), is the main test used to detect hematologic anomalies and monitor a patient's disease status during or after treatment.
Complete blood count revealed Hb 10 gm/dl, Total leucocyte count 7800/cumm, with 67% neutrophils, 28% lymphocytes, 3% monocytes and 2% eosinophils in the differential count
, platelet count was 2,30,000/cumm.
White Blood Cell (WBC) and Its Differential Count
Haematological profile (HGB, HCT, red cell indices, white blood cell count, platelet and white blood cell differential count
) was estimated using an automated haematology analyzer (Sysmex KX-21N, Japan).
Full blood count (FBC) analysis (Beckman Coulter) is used, and leukocyte differential count
(LDC), which is not just the count of total white blood cells (WBC) but counts also each WBC type, such as neutrophils, basophils, eosinophils, monocytes, and lymphocytes.
2016) 9th April 17th May 1 HB gm/dl 11 7 2 Total Count 13000 12000 3 Differential Count
Neutrophil (P) 95 83 Lymphocyte (L) 5 13 Eosinophil (E) 4 4 ESR mm 35 5 SrCreat mg/dl 0.4 6 RBS mg /dl 129 7 Platelet [mm.sup.3] 28000 8 Urine alb 1+ 1 + 9 Potassium meq 2.5 10 HIV Neg 11 Serum r amylase 12 Total Bilirubin/Direct Bilirubin 13 SGOT/SGPT * 14 Serum Albumin 15 Alkaline phosphatase 16 Stool micro 17th May 19th May 6th June 21st June Investigation S.
Laboratory evaluation revealed severe anemia leucocytosis with eosinophilia (Hb: 6.8 g/dl, leucocytes: 10,800/ul, platelets: 2,10,000/ul, differential count
: neutrophils 74%, lymphocytes 30%, eosinophils 11%), hepatitis [bilirubin: 9.5 mg/dl, AST: 210 IU/l, ALT: 320 IU/l, alkaline phosphatase: 422 IU/l].
Hemoglobin (Hb), hematocrit, red cell indices, total leukocyte and differential count
, CD4+ and platelet count were noted.
 A laboratory-derived immunohaematological profile usually includes full blood count parameters, a white blood cell (WBC) differential count
and lymphocyte subsets (T, B and natural killer cells).