It appears that there is no difference in treatment failure or mortality when low-risk febrile neutropenia patients are treated at home vs inpatient. But be very cautious about this.
There is a normal drop in platelet count during pregnancy. In the first trimester, the normal count is around 250,000 and decreases to about 225,000 at delivery. Platelet counts <100,000 were rarely encountered in normal, uncomplicated pregnancies and should not generally be considered a physiologic change.