It means you have some sort of infection.
White blood cell count goes down. Red stays the same.
Nothing happens to the white blood cells in an anemic patient. It is the red blood cell count that goes down.
The person's immune system is compromised.
A total white blood count gives a single number - how many white blood cells were present per milliliter of sample. A differential white blood count breaks the number down among the different white blood cell types - neutrophil, lymphocyte, monocyte, basophil, eosinophil. Different white blood cells will respond to different types of pathology - neutrophils are associated with bacterial infections, eosinophils with parasite infestation, monocytes with chronic infections, etc.
A normal total white blood cell count is 5000-10000 (with some local laboratories having some slightly different ranges.) The total count is broken down in to lymphocytes, granulocytes, and monocytes. The granulocyte count is generally what is used to determine if a person is able to have a chemotherapy treatment.
An elevated white blood cell count can be an indication of; Quote; * Infection * Use of certain medications, such as corticosteroids, antibiotics or anti-seizure drugs * Severe physical or emotional stress * Chronic bone marrow diseases such as a myeloproliferative disorder * Acute or chronic leukemia * Tissue damage, such as from burns http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/high-white-blood-cell-count/AN00372 These conditions can, of course, be treated, bringing the count down to normal. Furthermore, a differential white blood cell count can give more information. In this count the percentages of the different white cells are determined.
The usual cause of elevated white cell count (leukocytosis) is a bacterial infection. Once the infection is treated the count automatically comes down. Less common causes are autoimmune diseases like rheumatoid arthritis and leukemia. The outcome depends on the underlying cause.
I take it this question refers to why doctors order a numerical value of white blood cells (ie: the "white count" portion of the complete blood count). And this is a very important exam because changes in the white blood cell count can indicate the nature of many underlying disease processes. Increased white blood cell counts can indicate infections, inflammatory conditions (like rheumatoid arthritis, temporal arteritis, crohn's disease, etc...) or cancers. Decreases in white blood cell counts can also indicate infections (like AIDS) or cancers (cancer can cause the white count to go up or down, depending on the cancer). Taking a second to look at the white count can give a doctor a plethora of information regarding the context in which your clinical symptoms should be assessed.
An abnormally high white blood cell count can indicate infection, inflammation, tissue damage, leukemia or several other things. However, a high white blood cell count is considered normal under certain circumstances - such as during late pregnancy.If the count is abnormally high, further tests will probably be done and the numbers of each type of white blood cell will be determined. This helps narrow down the possible causes.There are many different causes for an increased white blood cell count, so it is best to discuss the results with your doctor - they will let you know if it is dangerous, and if any further tests or action needs to be taken.
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I guess the doctor might want to know what is going on with that person, and to really,''break it down'' i would have to say the doctor has to do that just to see if that person has a disease or any relations to that word; True, but the white blood cell count will show if there is an infection. If there is, the white blood cell count will be high.
Usually when your white blood cell (WBC) count is up, it means that you have some type of infection. If it is too high it can be a sign of cancer. There is a range that WBC can be in and be safe (ie it can go up or down a few numbers and still be normal). If your WBC are high, then usually the doctor will put you on an antibiotic. If it is really high then they will usually do more tests. Prednisone is a steroid that helps with airway constriction, but it also decreases your immunity, causing your WBC count to increase; but usually doen't last that long. Hope that helped.
The cell breaks down and dissolves, and is eaten away by the macrophages. Sometimes, dead white blood cells turn into pus.
Normal white blood cell count is about 4.3 to 8.10. White blood cells can go down from many conditions and certain medications. The main purpose of WBCs is to fight infection so if they are decreased your body may not be able to fight off infections. Some cause include:1. Viral infections2. Congenital disorders3. Cancer4. Autoimmune disorders such as Rheumatoid arthritis.5. Overwhelming infections that use up white blood cells faster than they can be produced6. Drugs that destroy white blood cellsThe underlying cause for low WBC count needs to be found in order to determine treatment.
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Differentials, i.e. a FBC with differentials will not only give you the white blood cell total count but break it down into neutrophils, lymphocytes, eosinophils and basophils.
They break everything down with a certain enzyme they contain.
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Yes, it is a little high. It can be up due to any physical stress or illness. If you are feeling otherwise well you should just repeat it at some point in the future to make sure it comes back down.
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A CBC is a complete blood count. It contains: RBC - number of red blood cells MCV - average volume of individual red blood cells MCHC - average amount of hemoglobin per red blood cell RDW - the average size of the red blood cell Hemoglobin Hematocrit WBC - number of white blood cells. If it is ordered with a differential, then they want the lab to break down the different types of white blood cells, such as neutrophils, lymphocytes, monocytes, eosinophils, as monocytes.
The rate of cell division slows down, controls on growth are restored, and everything returns to normal.
The rate of cell division slows down,controls on growth are restored, and everything returns to normal.