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Iron Blood Test and Normal Iron Levels Chart by Age

A quick summary of iron blood test: Serum iron blood test measures how much iron inside the body. Ferritin test measures how much iron is stored inside cells. TIBC test (total iron-binding capacity) measures all proteins needed to link iron including transferrin (means the total transferring available). UIBC test (unsaturated iron-binding capacity) measures how much iron for saturation of transferrin. Transferrin saturation is a calculated percentage to tell how much transferrin is full with iron. Morning iron is higher than the rest of the day’s iron levels by 30%. 67% of the body’s iron is inside hemoglobin in red blood cells, other...

Progesterone Levels Chart (Low, Hi, Normal progesterone levels Explained)

Progesterone levels chart from day 1 of your period to the early pregnancy and late pregnancy, progesterone level 2,5,10,18,400 explained with interpretation of target serum progesterone levels after using progesterone pills, suppositories, IM and fat injections. If you’re confused about ovulation and pregnancy signs, normal progesterone levels chart, high progesterone levels, and low progesterone levels charts are exclusively decoded. Test name at lab: serum progesterone, prog test, PGSN, Progesterone (P4) Error writing: progstrone, progesteron, and progestrone Looking for: What does progesterone do? In general, normal serum progesterone test results fall in the following ranges: men, postmenopausal women, and women at the beginning of their...

Updated: Jaundice Levels Chart in Newborns (Jaundice Levels 5,12,15,18,20,30 explained)

Jaundice levels chart is to know the normal Jaundice Levels in newborn infants, the risk jaundice levels that need treatment for the newborn baby, and the new guidelines for effective treatment and fast getting rid of jaundice. Jaundice, has another medical term “icterus” and means a yellowish tinge to the skin and the white part of the eye (sclera) that is caused an excess of bilirubin in the blood, which is called in medicine the hyperbilirubinemia. Serum indirect bilirubin level is the most common elevated bilirubin in newborns, high direct bilirubin in newborn infants seen in rare conditions of biliary atresia which requires surgical intervention to...

ASO Titer Explained

Previously we presented what is ASO titer meaning, and what to do when ASO titer go positive in blood results, this is to list the normal ASO titer and abnormal ASO titres that require more investigations, medical action and treatment. Previous Elevated ASOT meaning Basically: ASO is a medical term for “antistreptolysin O”, antistreptolysin O is a medical term for “ASO antibody” or “ASO Ab”, which is a weapon released against foreign attacks by a substance called “streptolysin O”, streptolysin O is a bacterial toxin breaks blood cells and causes hydrolysis of your blood, complications of high ASO titers include kidney...

TSH Normal Range by Age Thyroid Levels chart (Tsh Levels Chart)

Come here to know, what are normal TSH levels, safe TSH ranges, and what does Normal TSH level mean in your blood test? TSH is the Thyroid Stimulating Hormone, initial thyroid function marker. Factors cause normal shift in TSH reference ranges The normal reference ranges for TSH blood test levels go up and down slightly as the human grow older and has a small shift for pregnant: Small variations in TSH ranges can occur due to different laboratory methods used and the time of day your blood TSH test was taken. What is a normal TSH level? Normal TSH level means the...