High white blood cell count would mean an infection of some type. The body raises white blood cells to fight infections. If it is along with blood in urine, it would most likely be a urine infection, which can be cured with antibiotics.
Creatinine is normally found in urine. Blood proteins, red blood cells, and hemoglobin are all abnormal findings. White blood cells would indicate an infection.
Leukocyte esterase is a urine test that is used to determine the amount of white blood cells. It also can check the existing white blood cells for abnormalities that would be caused by an infection.
In general, no - urine should be cell free in a healthy person. On occasion you may see a shed epithelial cell or a few white blood cells, but nothing in large quantities and definitely no red blood cells.
They would die of infection. White blood cells fight infection.
Sounds like a urinary tract infection, or possibly a bladder, or kidney infection.
The answer to that would be WHITE BLOOD CELLS
White blood cells help your body fight infections. When the count, or number of white blood cells is low, it is easier for you to get an infection.
White blood cells do not kill cancer. If it were that simple, nobody would have it.
There are 500 white blood cells to every 1000 red blood cells (or you could say there is double the amount of red blood cells). The answer would be 200 red blood cells for every 100 white blood cells.
White blood cells are also known as leukocytes. Blood is considered connective tissue. Some white blood cells leave the blood and migrate to areas of infection.
You can't survive without red and white blood cells.
What would happen if we didn't have white blood cells would be we would get terribly sick. White blood cells are responsible for fighting off infections.
Some typical cells would be white blood cells (luekocytes) and red blood cells (ethrocyte)
usually an infection or a disease. white blood cells multiply when their is an infection. the white blood cells are trying to fight off the disease or infection.
They wouldn't if anything white would eat red which is an autoimmune disorder.
Without white blood cells you cannot fight of diseases
An infection would increase a person's white blood cell count.
White blood cells can be counted by a lab technician, usually a haematologist. When a blood sample is taken the number of white blood cells can be counted and if increased or decreased from the norm this will help in a diagnosis being made.
Those would be white blood cells.
That would be the white blood cells.
Blood cells. The largest compartment of blood cells are the red blood cells (also called erythrocytes), but you would also see white blood cells (including lymphocytes and phagocytes) and some platelets.
your immune system would be more vulnerable to diseases and colds that the white blood cells protect you from ( common cold,flu etc.) and you would most likely have to see a doctor for a weekly ( if not daily) for a checkup depending on how many white blood cells you have and or need.