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hi , I would like to know the meaning of the urine analysis. and if the bilirubin direct was 0.76 and the bilirubin total is 2.41 is there a problem!
Urine analysis is a test which determines specific gravity, color appearance, presence of blood or pus cells in the urine. The Bilirubin levels are normal.
normal count of bilirubin in adult body
Direct bilirubin: 0.1 mg/ dl to 0.3 mg/ dl (1.7 mmol/ l to 5.1 mmol/ l)
Indirect bilirubin: 0.2 mg/ dl to 0.8 mg/ dl (3.4 mmol/ l to 12.0 mmol/ l)
Total bilirubin: 0.3 mg/ dl to 1.0 mg/ dl (5.1 mmol/ l to 17.0 mmol/ l)
Hello i had blood work done and it showed elevatedbilirubin levels and a very slight calcium level. Should i be concerned?
You don't need to worry right now but I suggest to consult a physician.
There are many causes for a elevatedbilirubin such as hemolytic anemia,liver disease,medications,dehydration etc.
It is important to know the level of bilirubin.If it is slightly elevated you don't need to worry.
you should see a doctor and probably do some studies to find out the right cause.
Hope it helped