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Normal range of direct hdlc

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Test done for SGPT, bilirubin direct, triglycerides and cholesterol. Are the findings in normal range?

If the SGPT value is 48, Bilirubin Direct value is 0.28,VLDL Cholesterol value is 79.92 and Trgglycerides VALUE IS 400.What is the reason for high value and report for this. ...
 

What happens if LDL Cholestrerol - Direct test value is less than the normal range?

Hi, Would like to know what happens if LDL Cholestrerol - Direct test value is less than the normal range. My mom's test value is 76 mg % and the range is between 85 - 130 mg %. Request to explain ...
 

How to bring bilirubin level within normal range?

level into within normal range? ...1. I am suffering from cirrhosis liver with jaundice and my direct bilirubin level is near about 8 ...
 

Tested for bilirubin, serum, sgpt and shot level. Are these in normal range?

I have 0.39 bilirubin(direct),Serum (Diazo) and 0.71(indirect) Serum (calculated) What does this mean. Sgpt and shot are normal. ...
 

Sensitive eyes, dry throat. Is my bilirubin levels in normal range?

i have very sensitive eyes and also a dry throat. Artificial tears do'nt help. A blood examination gave the following results: bilirubine direct is 0.28 en bilirubine total Is 0.68 Is this a normal ...
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What should be the normal value for HDLC in blood?

Good morning Doc, Just to ask you a few querries regarding my blood test result in particular to my Direct HLDC which is result to 36. and the prescribed result should be ranges to 40- - 60. mg/dL. What ...
 

What is the meaning of Direct HDLC ?

What is the meaning of Direct HDLC (dHDL) and the result of the blood test according to my record is \ ...
 

What should be the normal range of cholesterol levels?

Hi, I have a question regarding my recent check up, and my age is 44 years. Total Cholesterol = 206 mg/dl HDL Cholesterol = 37 mg/dl Triglycerides = 172 mg/dl, LDL Cholesterol = 135 mg/dl CHOL/HDLC ...
 

What is the normal BP range ?

I had BP of 160/100,doctor suggested me to use propranolol hydrochloride 40 mg for 1 week,twice in a day,I am using it only once in a day for the past 15 days,now my BP came down to 130/90,can I continue using using the tablet
 

What is a normal BP range ?

I am 12 years old and have a blood pressure of 110
 

What is the normal range of sgot?

I am a 49 year old female. I have been taking Lipitor for 11 years and have had my choleseterol tested twice a year since then. My liver function tests have always been normal. Today I found out ...
 

What is the normal range for cholesterol ?

My mom is 49 yrs old. She had a blood test done today. Her cholestrol level is 240. Is it dangerous? Can you provide me with the tips to reduce cholestrol. Does she has to take medicine?
 

Normal range of blood thickness?

was wondering what the normal range for blood thickness was. I could use some help. ...
 

What is the normal range of BP?

I have a consistent bp of around 105/55. Is that too low? I exercise for 30 mins per day and I m a 64 year old man. Occasionally, I get light- headed for 10 seconds when I get up from a sitting position but not at any other time. Mostly, I have no...
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What is the normal range for PSA
Dear friend, Thanks for your query. Normal PSA level is 0- 4.0ng/ml. Values of >5 suggest malignancy of Prostrate. Hope I have answered the query to your satisfaction. Regards and have a nice day Dr. R Karanwal M.D. (Medicine) (For my credentials, visit my website: http://drrakeshkaranwal.wix.com/home
 
what is normal bp range
Hi, Systolic BP is normal up to 120 mmHg. Diastolic BP normal if less than 90 mm Hg
 
Normal blood pressure range??
Systolic 100-140 Diastolic 60-88
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