A healthy individual should have an absolute neutrophil count between 2,500 and 6,000, according to the American Cancer Society. A person's absolute neutrophil count is determined by multiplying their white blood-cell co... More »

The normal range for neutrophils is 1.5 to 8.0, or 1,500 to 8,000 per cubic millimeter, according to MedicineNet. This represents the number of white blood cells that are neutrophils. Typically, 50 to 80 percent of human... More »

According to MedicineNet, the absolute neutrophil count is a laboratory test that indirectly measures the number of neutrophils in a patient's blood. The number of neutrophils is computed by multiplying the total white b... More »

A high absolute neutrophil count may indicate inflammation, infection, stress, reaction to medication or the presence of cancer, according to HealthTap contributor Dr. Reid Blackwelder. In most instances, levels above 8,... More »

According to MedicineNet.com, the absolute neutrophil count is the real number of white blood cells that can be classified as neutrophils. The count cannot be measured directly; instead other blood tests are used to calc... More »

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A low neutrophil count, or neutropenia, is clinically significant because neutrophils are a type of white blood cell that help fight off infection. Patients become more vulnerable to infectious diseases, especially bacte... More »

The normal absolute neutrophil count, or ANC, for a child is 1500 or greater, according to Cincinnati Children's Hospital. Low ANC is called neutropenia. ANC counts between 500-1500 are in the moderate range, while child... More »