The child has nephrotic syndrome. He has a cold and fever recently. The fever has recovered. He has had a cold for a week. The blood routine examination found that platelets were high. Is it serious? Is it leukemia? What is the reason why alkaline phosphatase has been high since blood routine examination?
The child's platelet 311 is slightly high, but it does not meet the standard of thrombocytosis, so it is also normal. White blood cells are normal, no problem. At present, there is no basis for leukemia. For three-year-old children, high alkaline phosphatase is a normal physiological phenomenon, not a disease.
You see, the child's blood routine persistently suggests that the percentage of neutrophils is reduced, the lymphocyte ratio is increased, and the platelet is slightly reduced. It suggests that the child has a cold at most, not leukemia. Biochemical items suggest low total protein and low alkaline phosphatase, which is the manifestation of nephrotic syndrome.
Blood routine problems are not big, platelet errors are large, regular review, children are common with high alkaline phosphatase, nephrotic syndrome, take medicine on time, glucocorticoid treatment, pay attention to rest, exercise properly, stay up less late, get enough sleep, be less angry and have a stable mood.