Renal

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Anonymous
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101413
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Renal
Updated:
2011-09-13 02:14:37
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Renal Lab values
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Kidneys
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  1. What is the normal osmolality?
    280-300 mOsm/L
  2. How many mLs per day are counted as insensible loss?
    500-800 ml
  3. What is normal CVP?
    2 - 6 mmHg
  4. What is the normal PAWP?
    8-12 mmHg
  5. What is the normal Cardiac Index?
    2.2 - 4.4 L/min/m2
  6. What is the anion gap formula?
    What level does it indicate metabolic acidosis?
    • (K+Na) - (Cl+HCO3)
    • > 20 mEq/L indicates metabolic acidosis
  7. What is the normal urine specific gravity?
    1.010 - 1.025
  8. What is the normal urine pH?
    pH 3- 4
  9. What is the maximum level of protein in the urine that can be considered normal?
    up to 150 mg/day is considered normal
  10. What is the maximum level of blood cells per field that is still considered normal?
    3 blood cells per field
  11. What level of bacteria in the urine is considered significant?
    > 100,000 per mL

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