According to the MedlinePlus, normal CPK levels are between 10 and 120 micrograms per liter. These normal values may differ among different laboratories throughout the United States. More »

CPK isoenzymes are broken down into three parts: CPK-1 from the brain and lungs; CPK-2 from the heart; and CPK-3 from skeletal muscles, explains Healthline. A CPK test is used to derive total creatine phosphokinase level... More »

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Treatment of high CPK, or creatine phosphokinase, levels involves treatment of the condition causing the elevation, according to Healthline. Normal CPK values are from 10 to 120 micrograms per liter or mcg/L. More »

The normal range for the creatine phosphokinase or CPK level during a blood test is 10 to 120 micrograms per liter, according to MedlinePlus. However, the range may differ from one lab to another because the samples test... More »

A normal D-dimer level is less than 250 micrograms per liter, or less than 1.37 nanomoles per liter. A level in this range indicates the presence of a small amount of the substance that is released when blood clots disso... More »

While reference ranges for a cardiac enzyme test can vary from lab to lab, the normal range for results of the creatine kinase-myocardial band enzyme test is generally 1 to 3 micrograms per liter, states WebMD. Anything ... More »

The normal range for a CEA blood test is 0 to 2.5 micrograms per liter, according to MedlinePlus. For smokers, an acceptable range is 0 to 5 micrograms per liter. This test measures the amount of carcinoembryonic antigen... More »

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