my baby is 5 weeks old. his bilirubin total level is 21.5 and the bilirubin indirect total is 2.0. hemoglobin is 8.6 hematocrit is 24.9 wbc 8.8 neutrophils 25.1 lymphocytes 64.4 monocytes 10.5 platelets 279. what does this mean?
Fluctuating bilirubin levels
My biirubin levels increased from 06 to 1.2 in 2 weeks time. I was not consuming alcohol during the period. There is also itching all over the body. What may be the reason?
How to normalize the bilirubin level ?
hello doc, i test my blood for the amount of bilirubin 31 dec,2013.the result was 3.1..then i consulted with a loacal doc..he prescribe me sorbiline syrup,liv52 capsule,zyncovite.from that day i started take those medicines and eating light food and drink water approax 4-5 lit/day.after 17 day i...
What is the dangerous level of Bilirubin?
My husband had obstructive jaundice due to a gall stone. At the time of admittance to hospital his billiruben total was a (9 night before admittance) It went up to 11 and then 12.9. What is a dangerous level or range? How urgent was a MRI/MRCP needed? How urgent would an ERCP be needed to...
Chronic jaundice, Hepatitis A, lowered bilirubin levels, treatment ?
Dear Sir, I m suffering from Jaundice ( Hepatitis A ) from last 7 months. Sometimes bilirubin goes down, sometimes it gets increased. I had lot of treatments but doctors concluded saying that the small amount of Jaundice will remain in my body for whole life. I m obsessed over it. Please let me...
Does tylenol cause variation in bilirubin levels in newborn?
Hi, please read the following scenario: In a newborn 60 hrs. old, (presenting in the ED) with elevated bilirubin levels. CSF was obtained via LP, with local anesthetic of 1% Lido. (TSB 19mg/dl). CSF specimen visualized as clear yellow in color, (comparable to urine). While freshly discharged and...
My doctor told me after looking at my blood test that inhave a high level of bilirubin in my liver, what generally causes this and what can I do to lower it?
Welcome to Health Care Magic
Increased bilirubin – in lay term – is jaundice.
There are several causes from birth (enzyme) defects / viral infection / gallbladder disease and so on
Consult an Internist – preferably Hepatologist / get examined / more tests may be needed
gud morning sir my question is antibiotic in enteric fever with mild raised bilirubin is levofloxacin a good choice
Thanks for writing to us.
High cure rates have noted with administration of levofloxacin -500mg tab. orally or 100ml inj. in cases of enteric fever.
Oral availability of this drug is 100%.
This second generation fluroquinolone drug is effective against strep.pneumoniae,gram positive,negative bacteria.
Single daily dose is sufficient because of slower elimination.
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