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Po2 Normal Value
Due to inflammation: Normal, healthy people don't get this blood test done, so it is hard to know a person's CRP value before and after a vaccination. Having both numbers helps decide on the cause of a higher CRP. If one only has the CRP value after a vaccination, one does not know if it is a time coincidence or if the vaccination is creating a nice immune reaction that includes a higher CRP. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Normal hemoglobin, lower than normal MCH and MCHC). Serum ferritin in low normal range(40). What could it mean?
Stop worrying: You may have a very mild thalassemia variant. Reference ranges are set so that a few percent of healthy folks fall outside on either end. Ask your physician whether you have "thal minor" -- simply so that you'll know in case you are thinking of marrying someone else with it. ...Read more
White blood count: 5.5, red blood count, 4.99. Are these normal values? Is 5.5 considered low? (doc said range is 4.0-11.0) all other labs normal.
yes normal: But it is a comparative value not a fixed one.To be perfect have to be compared with previous values. ...Read more
CBC test, MVC value is normal but MCH & MCHC below 2values than normal range,PCV 2% more than normal.hb&wbc normal.am feeling tied at evening time.
Lab values: There is nothing about these values that is either concerning or diagnostic. Lab data cannot be easily interpreted outside of the clinical context in which it is occurring and knowing why it was ordered. Fatigue can be due to many different causes and needs detailed professional evaluation if truly troublesome. ...Read more
I just received my blood test results. Everything normal except % granulocyte is 42 (normal range 43-77) % basophils 2( normal range 0-1%). Meaning?
Means nothing: You are safe to ignore percentages of white cells altogether. Be concerned only with absolute counts. I often wish the percentages were not even reported. ...Read more
My serum lipase level was 70, normal lab value is 0-60. All other values within normal range. No symptoms. W/F, 51 yoa. Cause for concern?
14 month son blood report.Iron% Saturation 15%LowHemoglobin 9.2LowHematocrit 29.4LowPlatelet Count 646Higheverything else normal. what it means?
Anemia: He may have an iron deficiency anemia. A low platelet count and blood count in a 14 month old boy can have many causes. Viral infections, genetic diseases, medications, infections, lymphomas or leukemias are some of them. He needs a complete physical exam and it is possible a bone marrow biopsy may need to be done. ...Read more
My albumin, globulin values came slightly off in blood test.
Albumin: 5.1 gm/dl (normal 3.5-4.8)
globulin: 2.1 gm/dl (normal 2.5-3.2)
shd i worry?
My mean corpuscular hgb n mean corpuscular hb concentration is lower than normal while my RBC count, hb n hematocrit is higher than normal.
I wouldnot be worrie: Minor changes in the red blood indices are of no consequence. If you can give us the actual values of the tests, we can help you better. ...Read more
Lymph auto % is slightly high at 40.1 (range 7-40) but absolute count is normal mid range (2.2). All other whites normal range, total wbc 5.7. Worry?
Stop worrying: Percentages mean nothing. Only be concerned with the absolute counts, and even then remember they fluctuate wildly. If the cells all at normally firmed and the counts are anywhere near reference range, be thankful for good health. ...Read more
Igg was 1570 norm 717-1411, igm, IgA normal- sed rate, CRP norm. Cbc norm. Cmp norm cept co2 was 22 norm is 23-32. Ana was 1:160speckled, hands feet tingly at times. No raynaud why hi IgG and low co2?
Lab data: These data can only be interpreted in the context of clinical issues. You need to go back and ask the doctor who ordered these tests what they mean. Without knowing why they were ordered the results are meaningless. By the way, they are so close to normal that would not worry about it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does low lymph mean u have aids my blood test said mine was 8low. Wbc is 15.3h plts 142low. Bun 6 low cr 0.48low gluc116 ca7.9 everything else normal.
Maybe infection,,,: From your information, it looks like you've got infection. Your white count is high and that is a very telling sign of infection which could be a complication of your endometriosis. You'd need an aids test and would have other general signs like long standing fever and not necessarily abdominal pain and wouldn't have such a high white count for aids. Best of luck. ...Read more
My IONIZED CALCIUM is 1.01 mmol/L. Normal values is 1.1-1.4. INTACT PTH is 108 pg/ml. Normal values is 11-67. Normal 24-hour Urine Calcium?
Platelet538 normal140-400 neutrophil13.2 normal35-40 lymphocyte78 normal40-45 wbcnormal.All else fine.No sign of infection.2mon still sleep like nb ?
Check it again: Maybe, if your doctor wishes. The key is that there's no abnormal cells seen. I often wish labs didn't even report percentages. Platelets can be high from mild iron deficiency or nobody-knows-why. Lymphocyte and neutrophil percentages fluctuate chaotically perhaps as we fight off subclinical viral infections. ...Read more
35 month old - ptt came back 42 normal range 26-39. Pt / INR normal. Cbc normal but notated platelet clumps +1, segs couple numbers high, lymph absol - little low. What could this mean.
My wbc, rbc, hgb is ok , my gra% is 46.5 (low)rdw 16.2 (high) neutrophil 42%, lymphocite 48%, monocite 6%.I have flactuating temperature.What does it mean?
Speak to your MD: Theses values must be placed into context with all your symptoms and physical findings. ...Read more
Carnitine urine my results were total 213 normal 180-412 free 132 normal 77-214 and ac/fc ratio 0.6 normal 0.7-3.4 ?Ratio low?Anything to worry about?
My entire ANA by ENA panel was negative. I still have high IgG with polycolonal gammapathies. Whats wrong cbc, cmp normal, spinal tap norm thyroid norm?
Lab data: These tests have little meaning without a full exploration of your signs and symptoms. Lab data can only be helpful if the clinical context in which it develops is known. Discuss this with the doctor who ordered the tests and ask lots of questions. Best wishes. ...Read more
I looked at my blood test and saw that my PO2 level was 32 mmhg (test says normal range 90 - 100 mmhg). Should I be worried?
I really feel breath shortening, i did ABG test pO2 was 96.2 mm Hg, sometimes I feel pain in my chest muscles.. what could this be or it's normal?
How does hypoxia related hyperpnea affect abg's? Had gases with normal ph, pco2 low, po2 also low, hco3 20. Rr was about 36, saturation 97. Nonsmoke
Lung and kidney: If one has hypoxia, that is most likely due to damaged lung unable to pick up more o2. When someone breathes fast there is low co2, as it is breathed out. Co2 + h20 becomes h2co3 and in the kidneys become h and hco3 (bicarbonate) but since co2 is low hco3 is also low (the product) and this is the balance of the ph so ph is either normal or basic (high) due to co2 elimination by breathing. ...Read more
O2 saturation 0.93 mol, pc02 5.6 kpa, po2 8.8 kpa, std bicarb 24.0 mmol/l are these normal results? If no what can cause this?
It depends: We use lab test to help characterize the underlying condition, and to try to determine what to do next. When they are presented in the absence of the clinical situation, we can't make any conclusions one way or another. ...Read more
Arterial blood gas showed my pO2 was HIGH at 103. How is this possible? I'm not on oxygen therapy or anything like that. I was breathing normally.
High PO2 level: It is important to know the rest of the blood gas test results. pH? pCO2? Bicarbonate? Your doctor can put it all in perspective for you. What was the O2 sat? If low, it might point to a methemoglobinemia, perhaps from some meds you take. Best to discuss the entire blood gas study with your provider. Normal PO2 shouldn't be above 102. . ...Read more
Can a patients 02sat be in the high 90's while the patients abg shows a po2 in the 50's ? And what could cause this?
Increased lung use: The lung is a structure with many chambers. If more of the chambers participate in breathing, more oxygen can be extracted from a breath. Assisted ventilation attempts to increase depth of breathing or pressure of air movement to involve more chambers in the process. If not, shallow breathing under lesser pressure is not doing the needed work. ...Read more
Not really: Estimating the pO2 would be very inaccurate, especially if its from a venous sample. There is no way to tell what your arterial level is based on the venous level. ...Read more
Severe: The blood gas described is consistent with a chronic hypoxic hypercarbic patient with severe disease or a less severe COPD patient experiencing an exacerbation - additional values such as the bicarb abd ph would be helpful but this person needs to be evaluated in a broader context to determine if these abnormalities show worsening or a poor baseline. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Results from pulmonary test. ? Meth 1.3, ca++ 1.15, lac 3.8, o2ct 18.4, pH 7.434, pco2 35.3, po2(c) 60.7, thb 14.7, o2hb 88.9, cohb 1.2, methb 1.3
What does it mean when my arterial blood gasses are floo2 21.00, pH 7.43, pco2 35.0, po2 85.0, hco3 23.0, be-0, 4, hb0295.0, hbco1, 7, ca02 vol16.70, aa020.
How serious is a 81% oxygen saturation reading on room air combined with a po2 of 46 mmhg? Could it be an indication that death is imminent in an elderly person?
Yes: An oxygen saturation, the % of o2 in the blood generally is >95 in a healthy person, other illnesses may cause that to change. End stage disease(of any kind) can lead to low o2 levels as a natural part of the dying process. As long as the person is not experiencing any discomfort and the goal is comfort only- checking o2 levels may not be indicated and only more distress to the caregivers. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
On diane 35, 14th day i took postinor2 instead of pill, had sex after taking po2, continued the bc pill till the end and one day extra, can I be pregnant?
Birth control: When you are already taking birth control you do not need to take emergency contraception. There is no need. You are already on birth control. The idea of birth control is to prevent pregnancy. Emergnecy contraception is for those who have sex and are not taking birth control. ...Read more
Pretty bad: If a hospital, we look for a values of 40 and 90% +! those numbers might be a mistake (venous not arterial blood). You would have a hard time staying awake if that was your arterial blood gas! ...Read more
3 yr old girl blood work glucose h 117 alti h 27 eos% h 6.1 pco2 l 33.2 po2 h 96.3 be l -2.6 could there be something wrong?
What does all this mean? Here are my abg results. What does it all mean?
Ph = 7.426
pco2 = 30.5
po2 = 112.2
bp = 758
thb = 16.0
o2hb = 93.9
cohb = 4.3
hco3act = 19.6
thank you! methb = 0.3
oxygen device = ra
site = r radial
source = arterial
The : The co2 is low which means your minute ventilation is high. Either you are breathing faster or taking larger breaths than normal. There appears to be a metabolic compensation (low hco3) to maintain ph in the normal range. Primary respiratory alkalosis is fairly uncommon. Anxiety might cause hyperventilation, but it's unusual for it to persist long enough that you would develop a metabolic compensation. Also, the oxygen saturation is on the lower end of normal, but doesn't necessarily mean anything significant. The hemoglobin is a little on the high side at 16, which also isn't very significant on it's own. However, those two things combined could indicate the presence of lung disease such as emphysema. Not getting enough oxygen in the blood stream will result in a compensatory response by your body increasing the oxygen carrying component of your blood, the hemoglobin. ...Read more
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