granulocytopenic

granulocytopenic

pertaining to or emanating from granulocytopenia.

granulocytopenic calf disease
disease characterized by petechiae and necrotic lesions in the alimentary tract. The lesions in the mouth lead to hypersalivation, those in the nasal cavities to a nasal discharge. The depression of bone marrow is manifested by neutropenia and thrombocytopenia, leading to serious and often fatal secondary infections. The cause is unknown. See also furazolidone, radiomimetic, radiation injury.
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Randomized, double-blind, multicenter trial comparing clinafloxacin with imipenem as empirical monotherapy for febrile granulocytopenic patients.
Comparison of standard versus pharmacokinctically adjusted amikacin dosing in granulocytopenic cancer patients.
These findings underscore the critical role of neutrophils in host defense against bacterial infection, (1) and are consistent with findings in murine models of granulocytopenic hosts infected with S aureus.
Since most CAUTIs are a symptomatic and do not result in urosepsis (13), it is difficult to justify antimicrobial therapy of asymptomatic bacteriuria other than for granulocytopenic or other severely immunocompromised patients, patients scheduled for urologic surgery, pregnant women, patients with Serratia CAUTI, or patients about to have their catheter removed.
Prospective randomized comparison of three antibiotic regimens for empirical therapy of suspected bacteremic infection in febrile granulocytopenic patients.