What Is Neutropenia Sepsis?


Neutropenic sepsis is described as the occurrence of sepsis in patients with a Neutrophils count of 1.0-109/L. Sepsis is basically the attack by microbes of the sterile parts of the body resulting in a change in the normal physiology of the body. Neutrophils are important for a full immune response to infection and Neutropenic patients cannot fight off infections if untreated.
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