I am 43 years old and having a sound health. I dont have major surgeries or ailments. I am allergic to pollens,weeds when I exposed to dusty atmosphere. I used to have running/blocked nose, cough when I was living in Bangalore. now i moved to Delhi. I am not proned to cold quite frequent. Once/twice in a month when I take cold water I get cold/flu.
I have recently undergone blood test. In differential leukocyte count the eosinphils count was 14.7% as compared to the reference range of 1 to 6 %.
What is the significance of eosinophil count shooting above the normal range?
Please let me have expert opinion to take corrective measures.
44 male asthmatic, athletic, intermittent health insurance.
severe dental abcess, low rate hypoxemia
-stress triggered asthma attack en route to football practice.
-unresponsive to mulitiple asthma rescue medicine administrations,
-at 55% pulse 02 when ambulance arrived
8 day coma,
test panel showed elevated eosinophil level 8.8
AFTER some heavy drinking
2012 xmas eve
-lingering chest infection
-rare blizzard (seattle)
-immobilized for 7 hrs with oxygen debt
-90 mph hrs (got a ride) passed out
in er parking lot, had registered ZERO
-pulse 02 for 20 minutes until intubation
-2 day coma
2012 -4th of july
- 2 mg of prenisone TID (6 daily)
- zyrtec D, plus mucinex, benadryl,
- spirometer readings dropping from
- 850 (off the chart) healthy to current 550-
- 450 after daily dealings with pets
- runny nose, sinus inflammation
- ssi still under review
- local benefits discontinued
- medicating with over the counter ,
- 50% adrenaline meds
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