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Two days ill and Sudden deith
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Two days ill and Sudden deith

My 15 years old cousin feels breathing problem so admited in hospital at 12:30am. BP 11O/90, PR 130, TEMP 98. She given oxygen and fluid. At 2:30am she started shouting and look like abnormal so she given injection to sleep. Morning 10:00am tests like CBC  conducted. At 1:00pm doctor said that WBC is 40000 and need to shift nearest city hyderabad's hospital. But on the way at 6:00pm she found died.
Q 1. What was the desease?
Q 2. Is this possible of deith duo to WBC 4OOOO?
Q 3. Any relation between WBC and blood cancer?
Q 4. How it is possible a healthy person die after two days of ill?
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  Hi I am not a Dr but I just heard of a case similar where the young man was in college was fine then developed a temp...was taken to the hospital with breathing issues...and in less then 48 hours was pronounced dead....this young man contracted meningitis....

Not being in the medical profession I  do not know what the WBC and all would be for meningitis....

I am so sorry for ur loss.
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Thanks for answer
    Different test reports shows following
    Neutrophils 82%
    Lymphocytes 14%
    Monocytes 0%
    Eosinophils 4%
    Basophils 0%

    Serum creatinine  1.52

    Alkaline phosphatase 348.62
    Bilirubin Uncojucated 0.51
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  I wish I could help u, I can only suggest u ask the Drs that treated your cousin....to find the cause....all I can tell u with menegitis those that appear healthy can pass from it in a short span of time.

Again I am so sorry for ur loss.
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