Recent or current viral infection
Current or recurrent fever, skin abscesses, infections, or oral ulceration
Temporal pattern of symptoms
Symptoms of malabsorption, such as diarrhea or f...
Correction of underlying cause of neutropenia (discontinue drug, treat infection, correct nutritional deficiency)
Treatment of fever and suspected infection when neutropenic: ...
Prompt evaluation by a physician.
Obtain CBC with differential and blood culture.
Treat with IV ...
Fioredda F, Calvillo M, Bonanomi S, et al. Congenital and acquired neutropenia consensus guidelines on diagnosis from the Neutropenia Committee of the Marrow Failure Syndrome Group ...
288.00 Neutropenia, unspecified
288.01 Congenital neutropenia
288.02 Cyclic neutropenia
288.04 Neutropenia due to infection
288.03 Drug induced neutropenia
D70.9 Neutropenia, unspecified
Q: Do all patients with neutropenia require G-CSF?
A: No. Patients with severe congenital neutropenia have fewer infections when treated with G-CSF. Patients with benign neutropenia generally do no...
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