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  1. Albumin-commonly asked
    30-60 g/L
  2. Alkaline Phosphatase-commonly asked
    100-280 U/LBile duct ob, bone formation
  3. Amylase
    <220 U/L
  4. Ammonia
    male:16-60µmol/Lfemale:11-51µmol/L
  5. Anion gap
    male:10-20mmol/L
  6. CK
    24-195 U/LRhabdomyolysis, MI,Acute renal failure, autoimmune myosistis, muscular dystrophi.
  7. CK-MB
    <25 U/L and< 6%
  8. Phosphate
    0.80-1.45mmol/L
  9. GGT-commonly asked
    7-50 U/L
  10. Glomerular filtration rate (eGFR) MDRD
    • >90
    • mL/min/1.73m2
  11. Glucose-commonly asked
    3.6-6.0 mmol/L
  12. GOT-commonly asked
    <40 U/L
  13. HDL-cholesterol
    male>0.9mmol/L, female> 1.1 mmol/L
  14. Uric acid
    male:220-420µmol/Lfemale:140-340µmol/L
  15. Potassium
    3.5-5.3 mmol/L
  16. Chloride
    99-111 mmol/L
  17. Cholesterol-commonly asked
    <5.2 mmol/L
  18. Cholinesterase
    4.3-13.2 kU/L
  19. Conjugated bilirubin
    < 4 µmol/L
  20. Creatinine
    male: 62-106µmol/Lfemale: 44-97 µmol/L
  21. Creatinine clearance (CCLR)
    95-160 mL/min
  22. Lactate
    0.5-2.2 mmol/L
  23. LDH
    230-460 U/L
  24. LDL-cholesterol
    <3.4 mmol/L
  25. Lipase
    <210 U/L
  26. Lithium (therapeutic range)
    0.6-1.2 mmol/L
  27. Lp(a)
    <300 mg/L
  28. Sodium
    137-150 mmol/L
  29. Normalized Ionized calcium
    1.13-1.32mmol/L
  30. Osmolality
    275-301mmol/kg
  31. Prostatic acid phosphatase
    <3.5 U/L
  32. Acid phosphatase
    <6.6 U/L
  33. Total bicarbonate
    22-31 mmol/L
  34. Total bilirubin
    3-17 µmol/L
  35. Total calcium
    2.1-2.6 mmol/L
  36. Magnesium
    0.6-1.1 mmol/L
  37. Total protein
    60-80 g/L
  38. Total protein (CSF)
    150-450 mg/L
  39. Total protein (urine) – think about it in relation of
    BP, especially in pregnancy
    0-150 mg/L
  40. Triglyceride
    <1.7 mmol/L
  41. Urea
    3.6-7.2 mmol/L
  42. vitamin B12
    145-637 pmol/L
  43. C reactive protein -commonly asked
    male:<5 mg/L female: <4.6 mg/Lchild: <2.2mg/L
  44. Ceruloplasmin – notice this will reduce when Wilson’s suspected,
    important for DD of extrapyramidal diseases, most commonly parkinsons and
    parkinsonism
    0.2-0.6 g/L
  45. Ferritin –examine liver enzymes if elevated, and haptoglobin
    male:16.4-323µg/Lfemale:6.9-283µg/L
  46. Folic acid
    7.0-39.7nmol/L
  47. Haptoglobin
    0.3-2 g/L
  48. Homocysteine
    <12.5 µmol/L
  49. Cardiac troponin T
    <30 ng/L
  50. Microalbuminuria (concentration)
    <20 mg/L
  51. Microalbuminuria (clearance)
    <30 mg/day
  52. Myoglobin
    <53 µg/L
  53. Total transferrin
    2.0-3.8 g/L
  54. Iron – commnly asked
    male:10.6-28.3µmol/L female:6.6-26 µmol/L
  55. Hemoglobin A1c – commonly asked
    4.2-6.1%
  56. White blood cell count-commonly asked
    4.8-10.8 G/L
  57. Red blood cell count
    male: 4.7-6.1T/Lfemale: 4.2-5.4 T/L
  58. Hemoglobin-commonly asked
    male: 135-170g/L female: 120-160 g/L
  59. Hematocrit-commonly asked
    male:0.40-0.52female: 0.36-0.48
  60. MCV
    80-99 fL
  61. MCH
    27-31pg
  62. MCHC
    305-355 g/L
  63. RDW%
    11.5-14.5%
  64. RDW-SD
    37-54 fL
  65. Platelets
    150-400 G/L
  66. MPV
    7.2-11.1 fL
  67. PDW
    9-13 fL
  68. Quantitative determination of D-dimer
    <0.5 mgFEU/L
  69. FDP
    <5 mg/L
  70. Fibrin monomer
    negative
  71. Fibrinogen
    1.5-4.0 g/L
  72. Platelet count
    150-400 G/L
  73. Bleeding time
    2.5-9.5 min
  74. Protrombin time this you should check out!
  75. Thrombin time this you should check out!
  76. Digoxin
    0,8-2.0 µg/L
  77. Carbamazepine- commonly aske as
    : “which are the antiepileptic medications that have to be monitored by blood
    concentration?” I have to mention, many students fail to answer the following
    question: “does all antiepileptics have to be monitored? (blood
    concentration) answer is strictly NO!
    4-10 mg/L
  78. Valproic acid
    50-100 mg/L
  79. Phenytoin
    10-20 mg/L

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