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Critical care level 2

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Creatinine level of my mom is 2.5 .her age is 58 years. Is it critical condition she also has high sugar level. Can she continue with her diabetes medication? Do we ned to consult Nephrologist? How can ...

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Hi , is GGT level of 54 critical? What medicines or food can I to to reduce? ...

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I need your opinion on something .... What do you think the most common errors of critical thinking ... this at a personal and systemic level. After this I will no longer bother you. Thank you. ...

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Had a widow maker heart attack 2 yr. ago. My dr. Said at the time I had the heart attack that I there was no way I had any heart problem because my ankles were not swollen. Therefore, I recieved no help for 2 ...

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. His PO2 levels were listed as "critically low". His level was 45 and i believe it said normal is 80 ...

Public Forum Discussions

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Hi Dr. Charles, my GGT level is 92. above the reference range. Is it critically high? My AST/SGOT is 34.2 and my Alkaline Phosphatase is 102. At the lab they took the blood sample after one hour from my ...

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mandibular teeth chipped as a result of repeated kicking to the face and forehead . I was in critical care and the level of pain was a 9 out of 10 for my face. Upon release I still had pain but thought it might ...

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HI, my little daughter 3 year and 4 months, premature (6 months & 2 weeks) (born weight 1.25 Kg ... of platelet (which decline to low levels during any Flu or medication).--- I m an Egyptian living in Kuwait ...

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NOW ITS MY LAST CHANCE TO PASS MY EXAM I CANNOT STUDY FOR THE REST 2 DAYS BECAUSE OF WORRYING ABOUT ... IS MOVIG TOWARDS VERY DEPRESSED SUCIDICIDAL LEVEL ANY THING TO OVERCOME THAT. ...

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critical is this disease ? How critical can the disease effect my system, if I stop taking the fludrocortisone and hydrocortisone ? I lost my job 2 months ago because of illness, and have no medical insurance ...

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Greetings doctors ! I have a 2.5 years old baby . She is going thru a critical constipation from almost 1 year earlier we take it easy cause kids sometimes dont eat so they dont make it happen but day ...

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of which 14 points for age and 1 point for total cholesterol level of 5.2 mmol/L. Now he prescribed me 5mg Crestor. My question is: is it critical? Can I improve cholesterol level through diet and exercise ...

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My brother having Hepatitis B infected and as per lab test his HB level is 2.78 there is any critical level & what type of diagnostic attention required RVN ...

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BP (171-94 today). I am a type 2 diabetic, but am currently out of meds (I know, not good). I ve had ...

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increase in parenchymal echogenicity. Defect measuring 2.8 cms is noted in the anterior abdominal wall at the level of umbilicus with herniation of omental fat seen through it. - As per ultrasound report my wife ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

it is very high, mostly the value is less then 2

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It is common finding. There is no need to worry but confirm by going for 2D echo.