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Synonyms for complete blood count

counting the number of white and red blood cells and the number of platelets in 1 cubic millimeter of blood

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Though the concept of STI-induced autovaccination appears to have little merit any more (see page 16), the idea of reduced total drug exposure in the absence of large drops in CD4 T cell count or unrecoverable viral rebound is still attractive as a way to reduce drug toxicity and the prohibitive costs of antiretroviral treatment.
Some authors also recommend airway intervention based on symptoms such as tachycardia, an elevated white blood cell count, and a history of rapidly progressive odynophagia associated with respiratory difficulty.
Earlier work by William P Weiss, now based at Ohio State University, showed how improving the blood plasma concentration of selenium in a herd has a direct correlation with bulk milk somatic cell count.
rhG-CSF functions within the body to stimulate production of more white blood cells, helping to reverse neutropenia so that cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy can continue with as near to normal white blood cell counts as possible.
The analyses included 635 patients who had a baseline CD4 cell count on March 1, 2000, and at least one clinic visit or hospitalization later in the study period; half were followed up for at least seven months.
If AZT is associated with an impaired CD4 cell count, it could mean that some people are changing their treatment unnecessarily.
Flowcytometry can be used to estimate CD4+ T cell count using either dual platform or single platform approach.
All of the 21,247 patients included in the analysis began treatment for the first time when their CD4 cell count fell below 550 cells/[mm.
Since CSF is a normal fluid for which reference ranges are defined, any increase in the nucleated cell count may herald meningitis, whether viral or bacterial.
The disease can then advance to the accelerated stage, during which white blood cell counts increase even more.
The new guidelines include starting antiretroviral drugs, which are designed for the class of viruses that include HIV, when a patient's CD4 T cell count dips below 350 per cubic millimeter of blood, down from the past standard of 500 T cells/mm [super]3.
dairy producers get paid an extra 20 cents per 100 pounds for milk having a white blood cell count under a specified level.
WHO guidelines issued in 2009 recommended antiretroviral therapy for people with a CD4 cell count below 350 cells/m[m.
Peripheral blood contamination can artificially change a cell count and differential.