Haematological Profile In HIV Infected Patients With Comparison To CD4 Count
Haematological Profile Of HIV
Keywords:HIV, CD4, Hematological Profile
Background: To study various hematological parameters in HIV positive patients, to determine CD4+T lymphocyte counts in HIV positive patients, to compare hematological parameters in patients on ART. Material And Methods: Hematological profile was done using HORIBA PENTRA XLR Hematology Analyzer and slides stained in Field stains & Leishman stain with CD4 Count was done using Partex Flow Cytometer. Result: Most commonly 54% cases are presented with Anaemia Followed by 11% cases with leukocytosis and 5% cases with thrombocytopenia. In anemias commonest is hypochromic microcyticanaemiaseen in 61% ofanaemiacases, followed by 37% patients with normochromic normocytic anemia. Conclusion: Anemia is the most common abnormality followed by leukocytosis followed by thrombocytopenia and leucopenia. Within the spectrum of all Anaemia Hypochromic Microcyticanaemiais the commonest. [Kothari R Natl J Integr Res Med, 2022; 13(3): 19-22, Published on Dated: 10/05/2022]
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