In nursing, subjective data refers to information from a patient's point of view, such as pain levels, feelings and perceptions, whereas objective data refers to measurable aspects of a patient's condition found through ... More »

While several home tests are available to measure estrogen levels using saliva, the most reliable way to determine if your body produces too much is to see your doctor, states Shape Magazine. Most physicians use blood or... More »

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CEA tests determine the amount of carcinoembryonic antigen in the blood, and typical normal levels range from 0 to 2.5 micrograms per liter (mcg/L) of blood, MedlinePlus reports. Smokers generally show higher counts in t... More »

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Normal levels of protein in urine range from 0 to 20 milligram per deciliter, 0 to 6 milligrams per hour and 0 to 0.15 grams per 24 hours for the random, timed and 24-hour tests, respectively, according to the Cleveland ... More »

Normal target levels in lipid blood tests are greater than 40 milligrams per deciliter for high-density lipoprotein levels and lower than 130 milligrams per deciliter for low-density lipoprotein, according to the Clevela... More »

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High creatine levels cannot be brought down until further tests have been conducted to determine the cause of the elevated levels, according to Mayo Clinic. Decreased kidney function is the most common cause for higher c... More »

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Individuals can check their triglyceride levels with blood tests, and doctors can help evaluate the results to determine whether triglyceride levels are within a healthy range, according to MedlinePlus. Normal values com... More »

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