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Specimen Test S


B B P


S/P S/P S/P S/P P


S/P S S S S S


P S S S


B B B B


S/P S/P B B


S/P S


B B B


S/P B B B


S/P B B P P S


B B S S S S S S S S S


S


B S


Albumin*


Base excess (men) Base excess (women) Bicarbonate


Bilirubin, conjugated* Bilirubin, total* Calcium, total CO2


content, venous Chloride*


Cholesterol (NCEP recommendation) Cortisol (a.m.)*


Creatinine (Jaffe, men)* Creatinine (Jaffe, women)* Ferritin (men)*


Ferritin (women)* Fibrinogen Folate


Glucose, fasting* Haptoglobin*


Hematocrit (men)* Hematocrit (women)* Hemoglobin (men)* Hemoglobin (women)* Iron, total


Iron binding capacity Lactate (venous) Lead


Lithium, therapeutic Magnesium*


MCH (RBC index) MCHC (RBC index) MCV (RBC index) Osmolality


pCO2 pCO2


(arterial) (men) (arterial) (women) pH (arterial)*


Phosphate (as P)* pO2


(arterial) Platelet count


Potassium (men)* Potassium (women)*


Protein, total (recumbent) RBC count (men)* RBC count (women)* Sodium


Tyroxine, free*


Tyroxine (T4), total (men)* Tyroxine (T4), total (women)*


Triglyceride (NCEP recommendation) Urea nitrogen (BUN)* Uric acid (men)* Uric acid (women)*


Vitamin B12


Vitamin D (25-OH) WBC count


Zinc


Conventional Units 3.5-5.2 g/dL


-3.3 to +1.2 mmol/L -2.4 to +2.3 mmol/L 21-29 mmol/L 0.0-0.2 mg/dL 0.0-2.0 mg/dL 8.6-10.3 mg/dL 22-26 mmol/L 98-107 mEq/L 140-200 mg/dL 5-23 µg/dL


0.9-1.3 mg/dL 0.6-1.1 mg/dL 20-250 ng/mL 10-120 ng/mL 200-400 mg/dL 2.6-12.2 ng/mL 74-100 mg/dL 30-200 mg/dL


40.0-52.0 % 35.0-47.0 %


14-18 g/dL 12-16 g/dL


60-150 µg/dL 250-400 µg/dL 5-12 mg/dL <5 µg/dL


0.5-1.2 mEq/L 1.7-2.4 mEq/L


28.0-32.0 pg/cell 32.0-36.0 % 83.0-95.0 fL


270-295 m0sm/kg 35-48 mm Hg 32-45 mm Hg


7.35-7.45


2.5-4.5 mg/dL 83-108 mm Hg 150-450 103


3.5-4.5 mEq/L 3.4-4.4 mEq/L 6.0-7.8 g/dL 4.6-6.2 106 4.2-5.2 106


136-145 mEq/L 0.8-2.7 ng/dL 4.6-10.5 µg/dL 5.5-11 µg/dL 10-150 mg/dL 6-20 mg/dL


4.4-7.6 mg/dL 2.3-6.6 mg/dL 206-678 pg/mL


10-65 ng/ml 4-11 103


/mm3 80-120 µg/dL /mm3


Conversion Factor (multiply by)


10 1 1 1


17.1 17.1 0.25 1 1


0.0259 27.6 88.4 88.4 1 1


0.01 2.265


0.0555 0.01 0.01 0.01 10 10


0.179 0.179 0.111 0.048 1


0.4114 1


10 1 1


0.133 0.133 1


0.323 0.133 1 1 1


/mm3 /mm3


10 1 1 1


12.9 12.9 12.9


0.0113 0.357 0.059 0.059 0.733


2.50 1


0.153 SI Units 35-52 g/L


-3.3 to +1.2 mmol/L -2.4 to +2.3 mmol/L 21-29 mmol/L 0.0-3.4 µmol/L 0.0-34 µmol/L


2.15-2.57 mmol/L 23-26 mmol/L 98-107 mmol/L 3.6-5.2 mmol/L 138-635 nmol/L 80-115 µmol/L 53-97 µmol/L 20-250 µg/L 10-120 µg/L 2-4 g/L


6.0-28.0 nmol/L 4.1-5.6 mmol/L 0.3-2.0 g/L


0.40-0.52 Vol fraction 0.35-0.47 Vol fraction 140-180 g/L 120-160 g/L


10.7-26.9 µmol/L 44.8-71.6 µmol/L 0.36-0.75 mmol/L <0.24 µmol/L 0.5-1.2 mmol/L 0.70-0.99 mmol/L 28.0-32.0 pg/cell 0.32-0.36 g/L 83.0-95.0 fL


270-295 mmol/kg 4.7-6.4 kPa 4.3-6.0 kPa


7.35-7.45


0.81-1.45 mmol/L 11.0-14.4 kPa 150-450 109


/L


3.5-4.5 mmol/L 3.4-4.4 mmol/L 60-78 g/L 4.6-6.2 1012 4.2-5.2 1012


/L /L


136-145 mmol/L 10.3-34.7 pmol/L 59-135 nmol/L 65-138 nmol/L 0.11-1.7 mmol/L 2.1-7.1 mmol/L


0.26-0.45 mmol/L 0.13-0.39 mmol/L 151-497 pmol/L


25-162 nmol/L 4-11 109


/L 12-18 µmol/L


Specimens: B, whole blood; P, plasma; S, serum. Reference intervals depend on test method and the demographics of the normal population used. *Adult intervals (18Y-60Y). Age specific ranges apply for pediatric and/or geriatric populations. Source: Burtis CA, Bruns DE. Tietz Fundamentals of Clinical Chemistry and Molecular Diagnostics. 7th ed. St. Louis, MO; Elsevier; 2015 and McPherson RA, Pincus MR. Henry’s Clinical Diagnosis and Management by Laboratory Methods. 22nd ed. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier Saunders; 22nd ed; 2011. Revised 2019 by S.T. Campbell, PhD, Department of Pathology, Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, NY.


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