ATI "need to know" Lab Values

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RBCs4.5 to 5.7 million/uLHgb12-17 g/dLHct40-50%WBCs5,000 to 10,000 mm3Erythrocytes sedimentation rate (ESR)Less than 20 mm/hrTotal serum cholesteroldesirable less than 200mg/dl, less than 150mg/dl is target range for therapy to reduce risk of CVLDL (low density lipids)Desirable less than 130 mg/dLHDL (high density lipids)Males greater than 45mg/dL; females greater than 5mg/dLTriglycerides<150 mg/dLPT11-12.5 seconds; critical greater than 20 secondsActivated partial thromboplastin time (aPTT)30-40 seconds; Critical greater than 70 secondsPartial Thromboplastin Time (PTT)60-70 seconds, greater than 100 secondsNormal INR0.8-1.1 (critical value >5) if anticoagulation required, increase value to 2-3Platelets150,000-400,000 (critical value <20,000 or >1 million)Albumin3.5-5 g/dLAmmonia10-80 mcg/dLTotal bilirubin0.1-1.0 mg/dLTotal Protein6-8 g/dLSpecific gravity (urinalysis)1.005-1.030Protein (urinalysis)0 to 8 mg/dLGlucose (urinalysis)less than 0.5 g/dayketones (urinalysis)nonepH (urinalysis)4.6-8WBC (urinalysis)Males 0-3; Females 0-5Serum Creatinine0.6-1.2 mg/dLBUN10-20 mg/dLCreatine Clearance TestMales 90 to 139 mL/min; females 80 to 125 mL/min This is a calculation of GFR and is the best indicator of overall renal function.Digoxin level0.8-2.0 ng/mLLithium level0.4-1.4 mEq/LPhenabarbital10-40mcg/mLTheophylline10-20 mcg/mLDilantin10-20 mcg/mLGlucose (fasting)70-105 mg/dLglycosylated hemoglobin (HbA1C)4% to 6% > 8% indicates poor DM control