A bilirubin level of 0.60 is not dangerous in adult men, according to Mayo Clinic. Typical test results in adult males range from 0.01 to 1mg/dL for total bilirubin and 0 to 0.3 mg/dL for direct bilirubin. Results differ among women and children, and may be affected by other measures.
Patients are encouraged to notify their doctor or medical professional of foods and medications taken and physical activity level so results can be interpreted correctly, explains Mayo Clinic. While high bilirubin levels aren't dangerous, they may be indicative of other health conditions; the medical professional providing testing is able to explain results and prognoses.