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What Are The Normal Readings For Microalbuminuria
Between 30–300 mg/24: Microalbuminuria can be diagnosed from a 24-hour urine collection (between 30–300 mg/24 hours) or, more commonly, from elevated concentrations in a spot sample (30 to 300 mg/l). Both must be measured on at least two of three measurements over a two- to three-month period. an Albumin level above the upper limit values is called 'macroalbuminuria', or sometimes just albuminuria. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Normal BP Range: Normal adult range systolic range from 90 to 119 mmhg diastolic range from 60 to 79 mmhg. ...Read more
Below 140: But there are a lot of variables that can affect this - how long ago someone ate, how much they ate, the mix of carbs, fat, and protein, as well as the mix of simple and complex carbs. For this reason, a fasting blood sugar is preferred for determine whether or not someone has diabetes. ...Read more
What are the low and high ranges for blood sugar that are considered the normal average adult values?
Add'l comments: Agree the "normal" range is 60-65 to 99, but want to add it's prob better to think of the development of diabetes as a progression: it's not really that if ur sugar is 99 ur fine & then when it's 100 ur pre-diabetic & at risk. There are several things to look at in determining risk for dm & fasting sugar isn't the best, but if we look at just it, then prob should get ur attention once it's in 90's. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Low Nl LDL&High HDL: Rec: ldl-p <700 nmol/l & large HDL >9 µmol/l. Lipoproteins transport all fat molecules in the water outside cells. Cholesterol (a fat molecule comprising about 30% of all the membrane fat molecules & manufactured within every animal cell) has never been the correct issue. Cholesterol was promoted because less expensive to measure & correlates with outcomes only if very high but misleading when low. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are the blood sugar ranges. For fasting, Before & after meals what is pre diabetes. What is normal ranges?
Thanks 4 your time explaining them!
Kidney failure labs: Patients with kidney failure usually do not have normal egfr's or creatinine levels. Remember, "estimated" is the key word in the acronym egfr. Other lab abnormalities seen in chronic kidney disease (ckd) are a low hemoglobin level and a high parathyroid hormone level. Late stages of CKD have high phosphorous and potassium levels with a low serum bicarbonate (sodium bicarbonate). See your doctor for more information. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi is blood urea, serum cretanine and BUN all the same! What is their range in adult male. Is there a different range for diabetics.
No : BUN and creatinine are not the same . They both can help in determining organ function (kidney). BUN measurements very slightly by age, labs performing test and the units used to report the result. The same applies to creatinine. Generally speaking bun can range 5-21, creatinine 0.5-1.2. When it comes to diabetics the same parameters are used . ...Read more
Several causes: The correlation between a1c and FBS is not perfect. A1c is like a glu average. If you have frequent hypoglycemia, then that may be "balancing" the high glu. Another possibility is a hemoglobinopathy. There are many causes of abnormal hemoglobin, most common is sickle trait, which cause no symptoms but mess up the a1c. An alternate to the a1c is a measure of fructosamine. ...Read more
Varies: Nonpregnant adult 115-211u/l first trimester 78-433 u/l second trimester 80 - 447u/l third trimester 82 - 524 u/l. ...Read more
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