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Leukocytotic pseudohypoxaemia

Intensive Care Unit, Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia


A case of hypoxaemia was concluded to be a pseudo-condition after investigation demonstrated that the hypoxaemia was not related to lung disease, but rather to the time expiring between obtaining and analysing blood samples and to a reduction in the magnitude of the patient’s white cell count.

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