How To Deal With Excess White Blood Cells In People With Heart Disease?
How to deal with excessive white blood cells for people with heart disease, and how to prevent excessive white blood cells and red blood cells from increasing.
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Leukocytes or white blood cells are one component in the blood that functions to fight infection and inflammation. An increase in the number of leukocytes in the blood is called leukocytosis caused by several conditions, which are generally divided into causes of non-malignancy and malignancy. In adults leukolocytosis is classified if the leukocyte value exceeds 10000 / ul.
Symptoms of leukocytosis depend on the underlying cause, for example:
1. Fever and pain or accompanying symptoms according to the location of the infected organ.
2. Fever, bruises, weight loss, night sweating on blood malignancy.
3. Itching, rashes, bumps on allergic skin conditions.
4. Respiratory disturbances and additional breath sounds in allergic reaction conditions in the lungs.
5. Specific symptoms may not be found if caused by stress conditions.
Treatment for leukocytosis will be based on the underlying cause based on symptoms and direct physical examination by a doctor. If there is clearly a source of infection, antibiotic therapy is given on the recommendation of a doctor in accordance with the possible causes of the organism for a certain period of time.
To prevent recurring symptoms, you should note the following:
1. Familiarize a healthy lifestyle, for example, always wash your hands with soap to prevent infection
2. Stay away from all kinds of things that you know can trigger allergic reactions
3. Do not smoke
4. Take medications if you are known to have an infection or inflammation from the examination
5. Reducing stress and anxiety levels
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