Results for: Neutropenia

In Health

What causes Neutropenia?

Neutropenia (having too few neutrophils) could be caused by:. Decreased erythrocyte production . Premature destruction of white blood cells . Sequestration and Marginatio (MORE)
In Anorexia Nervosa

How neutropenia related with anorexia and weakness?

Neutropenia is a hematological disorder in which the body has a very low count of neutrophils which are the most important type of white blood cells that make up 50%-70% of th (MORE)
In Health

What should you do if you have mild neutropenia?

Number one, find out the cause. Avoid certain foods such as bananas, lettuce etc...foods that can contain tiny microorganisms.....avoid colds, infections etc.....If you are ne (MORE)
In Uncategorized

How is neutropenia diagnosed?

Diagnosis is made on the basis of a white blood cell count and differential. The cause of neutropenia is often difficult to establish and depends on a combination of the patie (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What are the causes of neutropenia?

DECREASED WBC PRODUCTION. Lowered production of white blood cells is the most common cause of neutropenia. It can result from: medications that affect the bone marrow, includi (MORE)
In Symptoms

What are the symptoms of neutropenia?

Neutropenia has no specific symptoms except the severity of the patient's current infection. In severe neutropenia, the patient is likely to develop periodontal disease, oral (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What is the treatment for neutropenia?

Treatment of neutropenia depends on the underlying cause. Medications: Patients with fever and other signs of infection are treated for seven to 10 days with antibiotics. Nutr (MORE)
In Population

What population groups tend to get neutropenia?

The normal level of neutrophils in human blood varies slightly by age and race. Infants have lower counts than older children and adults, and African Americans have lower coun (MORE)
In Insurance

Where can you get travel insurance with neutropenia?

Most travel insurance coverage does not include coverage for cancellation for pre-existing conditions. However, some, such as TravelSafe, waive the pre-existing condition clau (MORE)