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Venous Blood Gas Normal Range
See below: Here are the "ideal" values. However, it all depends on the situation and the relationships between the numbers (i.e. Is the body compensating appropriately for the situation). Ph: 7.35-7.45, po2 80-120, pco2 38-42, hco3 22-28. ...Read more
Normal peak flow meter test, normal CT of lung, normal chest xray , normal echo, normal pulse ox / blood pressure can this rule out interstitial lung d?
Does normal blood sugar vary by age? What are the normal fasting and normal after-eating blood sugar ranges?
Difficult delivery: These tests are used to help predict how difficult the delivery was for the baby. Any difficult delivery will often have cord gases taken; if baby is showing signs of distress, then an arterial blood gas from baby may be taken as well. ...Read more
Depends . . .: If fasting, 60-99mg/dl is considered normal. 100-125mg/dl is impaired fasting and 125mg/dl or greater on two separate occasions defines diabetes. Random >200mg/dl plus symptoms also defines diabetes. Think of blood sugar like speedometer in car which varies all time depending upon road conditions. Average speed is akin to hemoglobin a1c which is average sugar over last 3 months, ideally <5.7%. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Venous blood gas: Blood gas results are taken on arterial blood only. If the technician did not get an arterial sample while attempting to get a blood gas, the results are meaningless. A repeat blood gas will need to be reordered. ...Read more
Blood pressure: They mean that at the time they were taken the values were normal. They might mean more but more information about you is needed to say any more. ...Read more
Blood pressure reading of 120/50 is this normal also thyroid blood results TSH 0.21 and Free T4 is 19.3.. are these now within 'normal' range ?
Looks okay: If you feel okay, there is no such thing as "low blood pressure"; it need be only high enough to keep your body perfused. Whether these thyroid labs are okay depends on the units. Reference ranges are arbitrarily set so that several percent of healthies fall outside. Glad you're staying proactive. BEst wishes. ...Read more
Yes: You may want to talk with your physician about why you'd worry about this -- i think you recognize your concern is baseless. Scientific medicine with lots of measurements generates a lot of numbers, and these vary tremendously. High cholesterol and high blood pressure may be present without your realizing it, but most other labs are guides to interpreting symptoms and mean little if you feel well. ...Read more
"Normal systemic venous and pulmonary venus return.The SVC and IVC are of normal caliber.Normal pulmonary venous anatomy."Does aboveMRI rules out clot?
Most likely your OK: Can discuss with your physicianGet a more detailed answer ›
Hgb 13.5-17: RBCS 4.3 to 5.5. Make sure the lab is using the units that are the same as USA to compare the numbers ...Read more
High blood pressure 150/85. And racing heart rate 125. Blood work done, everything came back normal, CT scan is normal, and urine was normal.
Reactive: Assuming those measurements are at complete rest, and assuming the EKG shows that the heart rate is due to nl conduction (sinus tachycardia), then the abnormalities are considered "reactive", ie due to something else. Some considerations include: fever, anemia, pain, anxiety, XS thyroid, alcohol withdrawal. More ominous considerations: congestive heart failure, sepsis, DKA. This list isn't all. ...Read more
Uncontroled blood pressure 222/12o mmhg normal condition no headache no vomiting no abdomen pain ECG normal blood investigation normal he is driver?
Not for long: Needs to see dr or urgent care to get prescription to start lowering BP to normal, which should occur over a few weeks to prevent feeling weak/drained/poorly from the change. Cannot drive (us) commercial vehicle with this bp, and is called the "silent killer" because it is often asymptomatic until stroke or heart issue. Get treatment started asap. ...Read more
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