hi doctor,my total billirubin result was 1.6 in first week ,then 1.9 ,now down again 1.7,dircert billurubin 0.28 and indirect 1.42,my sgpt was and sgot was noramal 20 and 25,please help me why total ...
.70 INDIRECT BILLURUBIN IS 0.60 SGOT BY IFCC 64 SGPTBY IFCC IS 73 SERUM CHOLESTEROL IS 212 LDL CHLOESTEROL IS 142.6 TRIGLYCERIDES 107 I AM 64 YEARS OLD AND I USED TO DRINK 2-2.5 PEGS ALCOHOL DAILY AND I STOPPED ...
Sir I am 32 year old man. I have a non alcoholic fatty liver . My ALT-SGPT level is 142U/L and AST-SGOT level is 72U/L ten days ago. My previous ALT levels are 74,84,112,91,111,222 I was performed liver ...
HI I AM 24 YEARS OLD MAN,my weight is 80kg and height is 5 10 , MY SGPT IS 81 AND SGOT IS 45,I AM A REGULER SMOKER , AND OCASSIONAL DRINKER,I USED TO HAVE LOTS OF JUNK FOOD,AND MY BILIRUBIN TOTAL IS 1 ...
Hi during my medical examination I got Total cholestrol 204, SGOT 62.60, SGPT 83.20 GGT 180 T3 130; T4 7.80; TSG 31.85 Bun/Sr creatine ratio 20:1. All other tests ( blood & Urine) are within range. I ...
my father is 73 years old. he has a blood test this morning, his sgot is 699.7 and sgpt is 403.7. other tests are normal. what can you say about this result. What treatment shall be taken ? thanks. ...
does sgptsgot test to be perform empty stomach or before fasting???
There is no need to be fasting for giving sample for SGOT, SGPT .
doc my sgpt is 90 my sgot is 82 is this normal?tnx
These values are not normal but you should have mentioned the units in which these results are given . But these are raised values.
Hallo my 6 years son in a toutine check up we find a result of sgtp 75 is this very serious ? Sgot is notmal
Welcome to Healthcaremagic.
Thanks for your query.
The term SGPT stands for Serum Glutamic Pyruvate Transaminase. This is an enzyme that is found in the cells of the liver.
An elevation in the level of SGPT alone is not a confirmation of a diagnosis of liver damage.
It may be increased due to Recent Exercise and Drugs.
It should be considered if all the liver parameters are abnormal.
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