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2011-03-25 00:00:29

Health specialist, Dr. Nick Chaiyapin from http://www.onlinemedicinetips.com , had announced that people should not take high neutrophils count in blood lightly. "If high neutrophils from blood test result become evident, it is a definitely a cause of concern", said Dr. Chaiyapin. Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 24, 2011 Health specialist, Dr. Nick Chaiyapin from http://www.onlinemedicinetips.com , had announced that people should not take high neutrophils count in blood lightly. "If high...

2010-10-28 21:46:53

White blood cells called neutrophils are part of the body's first line of defense against bacterial infection. Neutrophils are recruited from the bloodstream to infected tissues where they release powerful chemicals that kill bacteria and amplify the immune response. These cells function as first responders at the scene of infection and often have a short life span. As a result, new neutrophils are produced continuously from stem cells in the bone marrow. Previous research has suggested that...

2007-07-20 06:03:59

By Auer, Rebecca Infection is the most common cause of neutrophilia, says Dr Rebecca Auer Neutrophilia is an increase in circulating neutrophils above that expected in a healthy individual of the same age, sex, race and physiological status. TMs represents an increase in the neutrophil count above 7.5 ? 1e'/1 and is one of the most frequently observed changes in the FBC. It is usually due either to a redistribution of white cells or an increase hi bone marrow output. Neutrophilia can...


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