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6 Possible Causes for Transfuse, leukocyte poor, plateletpheresis, units:Num:Pt:^BPU:Qn

  • Thrombocytosis

    […] count 11 10 9 /l (1 point) and history of thrombosis (1 point) as independent predictors of poor survival in WHO-defined ET. 12 The International Prognostic Score for ET[] Plateletpheresis was started, and after 1 cycle the platelet count stabilized at 400 10 3 /mL.[] Professions, Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Winterthur, Switzerland. 4 Blood Transfusion Center, Swiss Red Cross, Aarau, Switzerland.[] KEYWORDS: ITP; immune thrombocytopenic purpura; plateletpheresis; romiplostim; splenectomy[]

  • Essential Thrombocythemia

    […] count could predict poor survival.[] Thus, therapeutic plateletpheresis reduces platelet count rapidly in essential thrombocythemia and relieves patients of acute symptoms.[] The patient had never received transfusions or transplantation.[] […] count 11 10 9 /l (1 point) and history of thrombosis (1 point) as independent predictors of poor survival in WHO-defined ET. 12 The International Prognostic Score for ET[]

  • Leukostasis

    […] is associated with a poor prognostic outcome.[] Plasmapheresis is the treatment of choice for initial management and stabilization of HVS from elevated immunoglobulin levels. [3] Leukapheresis, plateletpheresis, and phlebotomy[] Transfusion to such concentrations should be avoided until the blast count has been reduced by early chemotherapy.[] It forms a poor prognostic marker for treatment outcome and is an important cause of morbidity and mortality requiring aggressive management.[]

  • Familial X-Linked Thrombocytosis

    […] wound healing Leukocyte adhesion deficiency Abscesses, lymphadenopathy, antral obstruction, pneumonia, osteomyelitis Chronic granulomatous disease Recurrent staphylococcal[] […] to reduce your risk of clotting Aspirin Warfarin Therapies to reduce your platelet count Hydroxycarbamide Interferon alpha Anagrelide Busulphan, melphalan or phosphorous Plateletpheresis[] Beth is an editor of ten books in transfusion medicine, author of over 130 articles pertaining to transfusion medicine.[] Broken down into eight parts, this book provides readers with a comprehensive overview of: Laboratory Hematology, The Normal Hematologic System, Transfusion Medicine, Disorders[]

  • Promyelocytic Leukemia

    […] those with a suitable human leukocyte antigen (HLA)–matched donor available.[] Prophylactic plateletpheresis and blood transfusions were given over an eight-month period, and the patient's platelet count and periodic pancytopenia were being monitored[] […] by avoidance of transfusion induced hemostatic dysfunction.[] Prophylactic platelet transfusions are recommended when the platelet count falls below 50,000/uL in APL compared to 10,000/uL in other types of AML.[]

  • Leukopenia

    An abnormally low number of leukocytes in the circulating blood. leu′ko·pe′nic adj. leukopenia [lo̅o̅′kōpē′nē·ə] Etymology: Gk, leukos penes, poor an abnormal decrease in[] […] treatment with these drugs is not successful, various other drugs may be used, and they can be combined with a procedure to remove eosinophils from the blood (leukapheresis— Plateletpheresis[] The 27 donations resulted in 39 separate transfusions and 12 transfusion reactions in 9 patients.[] For instance, cytotoxic chemotherapy damages leukocyte precursors leading to poor production and leukopenia, especially neutropenia.[]