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WBC's

WBC'sDefinition
Leukocytes 4,500 to 11,000, WBC's
Leukocytosis increase in WBC's, inlammation, infection, stress, over 11,000
Leukopenia decrease in the number of WBC's, bone marrow suppression, viral infection, less then 4,000
Neutrophils 45-75%, WBC with differential
Neutrocytosis or neutrophilia elevated, due to inflammation, bacterial infection, stree
Neutropenia decreased, due to viral infection, overwhelming bacterial infection, bone marrow suppression
Bands immature neutrophils, 0-5%
Left shift elevated neutrophils and bands, due to bacterial infection, NOT viral
Eosinophils 0-8%
Eosinophilia elevated, due to allergic reaction, hay fever, asthma
Eosinopenia decreased, due to increase adrenal steroids, steroid therapy
Basophils 0-3%
basophilia elevation, due to severe hypersensitivity response, over 3%
Basopenia decreased, due to corticosteroids
monocytes 4-11%
monocytosis elevation, due to chronic inflammatory disorders, infection, TB, over 11%
Monopenia decreased, due to bone marrow depression, steroids, less then 4%
Lymphocytes 16-46%
Lymphocytosis viral infection, leukemia acute/ chronic, over 46%
Lymphopenia decreased, due to bone marrow depression, less the 16%
Created by: tiffielynns on 2005-03-10



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