It doesn't effect the hematocrit at all
Its really simple if you think about it. if you have a bacterial infection your white blood cell count would increase because as the wbc's are fighting off the infection they die off releasing a chemical into the blood stream that tells your body to increase production of white blood cells. so the hematocrit would have a thicker buffer layer. the buffer layer being the white blood cells. With a higher production of white blood cells the rbc production would very slightly decrease which would decrease the ratio of rbc to whole blood volume.
Influenza, is a bacterial infection.
it is a bacterial infection which is a bacteria
A bacterial infection results when bacteria enters the body.
Trichomoniasis is a protozoal infection. It's not caused by a bacteria, and a bacterial infection can't turn into trichomoniasis.
The doctor told the patient he had a bacterial infection in his foot. He has a bacterial infection in his hand caused by a cut.
Just because you have a bacterial infection does not always mean you have to have a shot. You can cure a bacterial infection with antibiotics depending on how bad it is.
no, neutrophils are a type of white blood cell which fights infection, primarily bacterial infection. A high neutrophil count can therefore suggest the presence of a bacterial infection but may point to other things
Pneumonia is caused bacterial infection.
PID can be caused by a bacterial infection during pregnancy.
anti-biotics are used in an bacterial infection. If it is serious they will put you on a drip.