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Lab Values, Normal Adult. Sections Lab Values, Normal Adult. Laboratory Reference Ranges in Healthy Adults; References; Laboratory Reference Ranges in Healthy Adults. The values listed below are generalizations. Each laboratory has specific reference ranges. [1, 2, 3] Electrolytes.

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Normal Laboratory Values - Etiology, pathophysiology, symptoms, signs, diagnosis & prognosis from the Merck Manuals - Medical Professional Version.

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Interpretation. A reference range is usually defined as the set of values 95 percent of the normal population falls within (that is, 95% prediction interval). It is determined by collecting data from vast numbers of laboratory tests. Plasma or whole blood. In this article, all values (except the ones listed below) denote blood plasma concentration, which is approximately 60–100% larger than ...

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Comparing the Client's Laboratory Values to Normal Laboratory Values. The client's current laboratory values are compared to the normal laboratory values, as above, in order to determine the physiological status of the client and to compare the current values during treatment to the laboratory values taken prior to a treatment.

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Each commercial laboratory has its own set of "normal" values, called "Normal Range" or "Reference Range" on your lab report. These values depend on the equipment or method used. Compare your ...

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A Comprehensive Guide to Normal Lab Values. Laboratory tests are procedures wherein a sample of blood, urine, other bodily fluid or tissue are checked in order to know more about a person’s health. The results of the test will show if a person is within the normal lab values.

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Common laboratory values: CBC, electrolytes, lipoproteins, albumin, wbc with differential etc, Unless noted, all values are for adults

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The ranges above are typical, but the normal values established for each laboratory should be used for most purposes. Normal ranges for newborns often vary from the adult ranges.

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Labs Values by Disease Process. Please keep in mind that all of the following lab values are for the adult patient, unless otherwise stated. We also do our very best to provide you with consistent normal ranges, however please keep in mind that these may vary depending upon your reference source.

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LABORATORY VALUES U.S. traditional units are followed in parentheses by equivalent values expressed in S.I. units. Hematology Absolute neutrophil count Male — 1780-5380/µL (1.78-5.38 x 109/L) Female — 1560-6130/µL (1.56-6.13 x 109/L) Activated partial thromboplastin time — 25-35 s Bleeding time — less than 10 min