There are small case reports of associations between ceftaroline use and neutropenia
, and we were noticing that many patients in our clinical practice were developing neutropenia
," one of the study authors, Dr.
The report reviews key players involved in the therapeutics development for Neutropenia
and enlists all their major and minor projects
Those patients who developed neutropenia
during induction of chemotherapy or maintenance dose of chemotherapy were enrolled.
The neonate is usually asymptomatic, with neutropenia
often being found incidentally.
Anemia is defined as hemoglobin less than 10 g/dl, Neutropenia
is defined as neutrophil count less than 2.
Material and Methods: All cancer patients that received antineoplastic chemotherapy at Ankara University, School of Medicine, Department of Hematology between May 2004 and May 2005 and developed neutropenia
were included in the study.
Results: Fourteen (28%) patients had poor performance status (WHO 2) and amongst them grade 4 neutrophil toxicity was seen in 8(57%) and 3 got complicated with febrile neutropenia
Keywords: Diarrhoea, Pharyngitis, Apthous ulcers, Neutropenia
, Granular lymphocytes.
Among the 293 mother-infant pairs the randomised incidence of neutropenia
and/or anaemia and skin rash, regardless of the study arm, was highest during the first 6 weeks of life; then from 6 weeks to 6 months, and lowest in the 6-12-month period.
The goal of neutropenia
management is to prevent infection.
in a Patient with Delirium Treated with Quetiapine
es uno de los efectos adversos de la quimioterapia que con mayor frecuencia obliga a aplazar su administracion o a reducir la dosis, lo que repercute desfavorablemente en la evolucion de los enfermos (2).
in pediatric patients: a diagnostic and therapeutic approach
is a condition in which a person has too few neutrophils.
Spectrum Pharmaceuticals announced that the first Phase 3 study of ROLONTIS, ADVANCE, has met its primary endpoint of non-inferiority in Duration of Severe Neutropenia
in comparison to pegfilgrastim.