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leukopenia in which the decrease is primarily in number of neutrophils (the chief phagocytic leukocyte)

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The quality of suitable nursing care given to neutropenic patients can be evaluated in several ways including maintaining adequate respiratory function, weight, maintaining nutrition and fluid levels, good skin integrity, positive self-esteem, and support systems.
In the present study we tested an algorithm that incorporated the D-index, serial s-GMI and chest, and sinuses CT in high-risk neutropenic patients.
We thank the clinical microbiology laboratory staff at MD Anderson Cancer Center for their efforts in identifying and saving VGS isolates and Nathaniel Albert and Dimitrios Kontoyiannis for assistance with the neutropenic mouse model.
What is Neutropenic enterocolitis (NE) and Chemotherapy induced NE?
should be added to the list of potential causal agents of IFD in neutropenic hematological patients.
Kailangan, I'm on neutropenic diet, which means I have to eat food which are cooked on high heat temperature only," said Lariba, who added she needed to eat more cooked vegetables and fruits.
She is undergoing neutropenic diet, which means consuming food cooked in high temperature, including fruits and vegetables.
Thus, shortening the time of bone marrow suppression after chemotherapy and promoting leukocyte recovery would be important to strengthen the immunoprotection of neutropenic patients.
Primary prophylaxis was defined as the use of granulocyte colony-stimulating factor (G-CSF) up front from the first cycle of chemotherapy until the end, and secondary prophylaxis as use of G-CSF in response to a neutropenic complication.
PRAC concludes there is no evidence of a change in the known risk of neutropenic enterocolitis cases with docetaxel
The present study aimed to investigate the outcomes of early cessation of empirical antibiotic treatment per protocol in febrile neutropenic patients who have undergone HSCT at our clinic.
Clinical impact of levofloxacin prophylaxis in neutropenic patients with hematological malignancies
Statistical analysis showed that patients with severe acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), septic shock, history of chronic liver disease and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) neutropenic sepsis and those who received invasive mechanical ventilation were at higher risk of mortality.
7) Salmonella enteritis may simulate other causes of intestinal wall thickening such as tuberculosis, Crohn's, neutropenic typhilitis, ischemic bowel, other infectious enteritis and malignancies of the ileocecal region.