The numbers in a liver function test refer to blood levels of total protein, albumin, bilirubin and liver enzymes, according to WebMD. High or low levels can indicate the presence of liver damage or disease. More »

A kidney function test provides the patient with two sets of numbers, explains the National Kidney Disease Education Program. One set of numbers come from the glomerular filtration rate GFR test that determines how well ... More »

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Liver function tests are blood tests that monitor damage in the liver by measuring how well the liver clears blood waste and produces protein, reports Mayo Clinic. Elevated or low results could help physicians diagnose l... More »

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High bilirubin test results may be indicative of blood disorders or impaired liver function, such as liver disease or blocked bile ducts. Too much bilirubin, or hyperbilirubinemia, in newborn babies can cause brain damag... More »

The reason for taking liver test levels is to check how well the liver creates a protein called albumin and how well it disposes a waste product of the blood called bilirubin. Liver test levels help determine if the live... More »

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Elevated bilirubin indicates a potential problem with a person's liver function, a bile duct blockage or a condition that destroys red blood cells in the body. A person often displays signs of jaundice, meaning the skin ... More »

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To lower liver enzymes, maintain a healthy weight, eat a nutritional, low-glycemic, high-fiber diet; exercise daily, avoid alcohol and unnecessary medications, minimize exposures to chemicals and toxins, increase intake ... More »

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