Please take some time to check out these useful resources on everything from information on Neupogen dosing to bone health to practical resources like an Emergency Room Card. The Patient Handbook is chock full of information to help you understand your neutropenia. Your physician might even find it useful!
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This handbook is for helpful for patients and families dealing with Neutropenia. Provided by the Severe Chronic Neutropenia International Registry (SCNIR).
EMERGENCY ROOM CARD
For peace of mind, print our Emergency Room Protocol card, and carry it with you to assure prompt and appropriate emergency room care. We suggest you laminate it. Parents may consider giving it to a child’s caregiver.
The Emergency Room Protocol Card can literally be a life-saver in emergency situations where severe chronic neutropenia is seldom understood. This card is of special value to travelers and college students.
In the words of a parent who received an ER card at the Family Conference, “Now that I have the card, we get taken more seriously and my son gets the treatment he needs without delay.”
Diagnosis, Classification, and Management
- How I diagnose and treat neutropenia by David Dale
- Evaluation and Management of Patients With Neutropenia-Peter Newburger and David Dale Published in Seminars in Hematology, July 2013, Volume 50, Issue 3, pages 198-206, Copyright Elsevier
We are grateful to the publisher Elsevier for granting the NNN permission to make this material available free of charge to the neutropenic patient community.
Neupogen Dosages, Blood Levels and Bone Pain
- Neupogen Once a Week
- Neupogen Every Four Days
- Neupogen 2x per week
- Neupogen Every Other Day
- Neupogen Every Day
- Syringe Comparisons 0.3 Milliliter and 30 Unit Insulin
- Neutropenia Family Conference Presentations
- Severe Chronic Neutropenia International Registry (SCNIR)