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Normal Range Of Sgpt In Baby
Ful-term baby: 40-150, preemie 30-150.Get a more detailed answer ›
12-15 g/dl: It is somewhat dependent upon the lab that does the testing, but in general a normal hemoglobin for a female is 12-15 grams per deciliter. ...Read more
Less than 1.2 mg/dL: It should be lower than 1.2 mg/dl. ...Read more
35-50: While these are the numbers, i would ask you to not concentrate on just one number but look at the entire picture. If the teen is on the low side of these numbers, i would be looking at other lab values such as his hgb, ferritin, ua and making sure there is no evidence of any chronic blood loss (unusual in teen boys, unlike girls who menstruate monthly). These kids often do not intake enough iron. ...Read more
My fathers RBC is 3.95 also haemoglobin is 12, is RBC range bad in his case..what is the normal range of rbc....pls help?
Labs are different: So you have to consider the result in relation to your lab. But if this lab result was coming from my hospital lab, I wouldn't be too concerned. My reference lab has rbc of 4.1 and hgb of 12 as the lower limit of normal for men. What matters is what does this lab result mean along with his symptoms, history and physical? The doctor who ordered the test can answer that for you. ...Read more
Here are some...: For its details, go to http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/2088184-overview. Best wish... ...Read more
Tsh > 40 mU/L: All infants with a low T4 concentration and a TSH concentration greater than 40 mU per L are considered to have congenital hypothyroidism and should have immediate confirmatory serum testing. Replacement levothyroxine (LT4) treatment should be initiated as soon as confirmatory samples have been taken, without waiting for the results ...Read more
Low sgot of 11 normal at my lab 15-37 low sgpt of 17 lab normal range of 30-65. All other work ups normal. Is this dangerous? Life threatening?
What is the significance of persistently elevated lymphocyte levels (2 years, slightly above the normal range)?
Could be serious: Please have your doctor check this out. There is a condition called cll, which causes the lymphocytes to be elevated. If you are middle aged your risk for this is increased. It is a slowly progressive form of leukemia, but with monitoring, you can do well. If that isn't it, you may just have more lymphocytes than is "normal". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Units per liter: The top of the reference range is set at around 40 u/l for most labs, but this should not be confused with a 'healthy range'. Most folks are well-below, and ethnicity and heredity may affect what is right for a person. The key is to know what to do with a number. The higher a person is above reference range, the more worrisome. ...Read more
<126: Diabetes is diagnosed by two random fasting blood sugars of greater than 126 mg/dl. Fasting sugars greater than 99 are considered to be "pre-diabetic". Less than 70 generally is considered to be hypoglycemic. In diabetics, this can be dangerous. Blood sugars greater than 200 (non-fasting) are also considered abnormal. These are the current definitions but it's more important to judge symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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