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what lab test begin the formation of blood clot and how is it used?
platelet count test for bleeding disorders or bone marrow disease
what is the normal platelet count?
150,000-400,000/mm
what test measures how log it takes for a clot to form in sample of blood?
PT prothrombin time
what is the INR international normalized ratio for PT?
2.0-3.0
what test measures the proportion of blood that is made up of red blood cells?
hematocrit
what is the hematocrit lab value?
35%-40%
what test measures the amount of a protein found in red blood cells and how is it used?
hemoglobin is used to measure the severity of anemia or polycthemia.
what is the lab hemoglobin lab value?
12-15g/dl
what is the blood urea nitrogen test used for?
to evaluate kidney function
potassium Kt
3-5-5-0
WBC
5000-10,000
sodium (Na)
135-145mmol/L
potassium (K+)
3-5-5-0
total fluid intake
2500-2600
total fluid output
2500-2900
specific gravity
1.001-1.035
calcium
9.0-10.5
sodium (Na+)
135-145mEq/L
Osmolarity
number of millimoles (MEq/L) in a liter
hypertonic fluids
fluids with osmolarities greater than 300 mOsm/L
hypotonic
flids with smolarities of less than 270 mOsm/L