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 »

Subjective data, or subjective assessment data, is a common term in nursing; it refers to information collected via communicating with the patient. Such data, which is essentially the patient's own reason for seeking med... More »

Nursing, or SOAP, notes should cover subjective, objective, assessment and plan aspects of care. Subjective information consists of positive and negative information about a patient's history, past medical care, and symp... More »

Normal levels on ALT blood tests range from 10 to 40 international units per liter, while scores between 10 and 34 international units per liter are normal for AST tests, states MedlinePlus. The tests measure the amount ... More »

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 »

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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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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