Risk of NSAID-related neutropenia adds up to a small number of cases

Rodman, Morton J.; Hurley, Mary Lou
May 1994
RN;May94, Vol. 57 Issue 5, p82
Academic Journal
Reports on research on risks of developing neutropenia for patients taking nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agents. Links to decline in white blood cell count; Suggestion of low correlation to incidence of neutropenia.


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