Serum total protein

What is Serum total protein?

Serum total protein,also known as total protein, is a biochemical test for measuring the total amount of protein in blood.The reference range for total protein is typically 60-80g/L. Its done to evaluate your liver and kidney functioning, and immune system, its values go high in liver diseases.A test for total serum protein reports separate values for total protein, albumin, and globulin.

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Hellow doctor , My total body muscle got flabbiness , my total body feel like rubber and its very difficult to travel in chilled wheather not able...

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To rule out Hypothyroidism

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I went to see a doctor 09/08 with epigastral pain (comes and goes for years), total protein was 8.1 (albumin 44.0). On the 09/30, I was...

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As mention below

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2 years ago I went to my GP with upper right pain under my ribs and he sent me for an ultrasound in that general area. All was fine except it was...

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