Low white blood cell count in older adults
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A low white blood cell count leukopenia is a decrease in disease-fighting cells leukocytes in your blood. Leukopenia is almost always related to a decrease in a certain type of white blood cell neutrophil. The definition of low white blood cell count varies from one medical practice to another. In general, for adults a count lower than 4, white blood cells per microliter of blood is considered a low white blood cell count. For children, that threshold varies with age.
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Low White Blood Cell Counts (Neutropenia)
Back to Health A to Z. A low white blood cell count usually means your body is not making enough white blood cells. It can increase your risk of getting infections. Your treatment will depend on what's causing your condition and will often include antibiotics. Occasionally, infections can lead to a life-threatening condition called sepsis.
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Normal White Blood Cell (WBC) Count
Learning what is, and what isn't, a normal white blood cell WBC count is important for people who have chronic health conditions. The WBC count is an important measurement that doctors will use to better understand what might be going on inside the body during a variety of health situations. As the WBC count goes down, it could mean inflammation is resolving. Blood contains several different types of cells. White blood cells are one of the types of cells that are found in the blood.
Sepsis is a serious systemic response to an infection. Basically, the entire body is experiencing an inflammation response. Sepsis is an extremely dangerous condition, requiring urgent medical attention.