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Terms in this set (36)
A1C
4.6 to 6.2
TSH
.04 to 4.0
Magnesium
1.8 to 2.5
B12
180 to 914
Vitamin D
30 to 100
Sodium
136 to 144
Potassium
3.6 to 5.1
Chloride
101 to 111
Carbon Dioxide
22 to 32
Glucose
70 to 120
Urea Nitrogen (BUN)
8 to 26
Creatinine
.6 to 1.2
Total Protein
6.5 to 8.1
Albumin
3.5 to 5.0
Calcium
8.9 to 10.3
Total Bilirubin
.3 to 1.2
Alkaline Phos.
50 to 142
SGOT (AST)
15 to 41
SGPT (ALT)
14 to 54
Globulin
1.6 to 3.8
A/G Ratio
1.0 to 2.2
Amnion Gap
5 to 19
WBC
3.8 to 10.8
RBC
3.9 to 5.2
HGB
12 to 15.5
HCT%
34.9 to 44.5
MCV
81 to 98
MCH
25 to 35
MCHC
32 to 36
RDW
11 to 16
Platelet
150 to 400
Neutrophil
40 to 75
Lymphocyte
18 to 47
Monocyte
0 to 10
Eosinophil
1.0 to 6.0
Basophil
0.0 to 2.0
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