Pediatric Lab Values PDF
1447 A PPENDIX B Selected Normal Pediatric Laboratory Values All laboratory values listed are approximate. Consult your local laboratory for guidelines as to normal values for the
Common Laboratory Values CBC Test Normal value Function Significance Hemoglobin 12-18 g/100 mL Measures oxygen carrying capacity of blood Low: hemorrhage, anemia High: polycythemia Hematocrit 35%-50% Measures relative volume of cells and plasma in blood
Pediatric-Adolescent Lab Values Lab Age Normal Value Triglycerides (Fasting) Males (mg/dL) Females (mg/dL) 0–5 yr 30–86 32–99 6–11 yr 31–108 35–114
LABORATORY REFERENCE RANGE VALUES APP 101 Tests Conventional Units SI Units **Test values dependent on laboratory methods used. †Test values dependent on patient’s race.
Table 5-10 Normal Pediatric Vital Signs 176 Normal pediatric heart rates Cardiovascular Disorders ESTIMATION OF MEDIAN AND LOWEST ACCEPTABLESYSTOLIC BLOOD PRESSURE
professional development and management include neonatal and pediatric care, nursing peer review and advancement, teaching, and use of simulation. ... Lab values for this course are taken from the Rush Medical Laboratory (Rush University Medical Center, 2012).
REFERENCE RANGES Normal Values: RBC, Hgb, Hct, Indices, RDW, Platelets, and MPV (Conventional Units) See Leukocyte / Differential Count for Leukocyte values
Lab Values Chart Name of Test Purpose Normal Range (Adult) High Results Mean Low Results Mean Albumin (blood) Diagnose, evaluate, and monitor disease state of cancer, intestinal/renal protein-wasting states, immune disorders, liver
Pediatric CBC Normal Ranges ...
Florida Hospital Laboratory CRITICAL VALUES MICROBIOLOGY CRITICAL VALUES All positive Gram stain and/or cultures from: Blood Bone marrow CSF Other sterile body fluids such as peritoneal pleural, pericardial, amniotic, or synovial.
Pediatric Laboratory Medicine Vijay Laxmi Grey Professor Emerita, McMaster University, ON, Canada . Why Pediatric Lab Medicine ? Children are not simply little adults •Reference Intervals •Critical Values •Sample volume and instrumentation •POCT testing •Orphan assays- sweat testing ...
Critical Lab Values: Reason for screening with CBC with diff (any CBC ordered for a newborn must have a manual differential ordered)
Pediatric Healthy Weight Toolkit A Toolkit for Health Professionals Kids and Teens Weight Management ... Reference Lab Values 3 Strategies to Maintain Healthy Weight in Children 5 Treatment Recommendations for Overweight and Obese Children 7 Effective ...
NORMAL VALUES IN CHILDREN Vital Signs Anthropometric Measurements Head Circumference • rate of growth in preterm infants approximates that of term infant when chronological age reaches term
LABORATORY VALUES (see inside back cover for continuation) * Included in the Biochemical Profile (SMA-12) REFERENCE RANGE SI REFERENCE INTERVALS
Sharpen Your Pediatric Laboratory Interpretation Skills: Pediatric Complete Blood Count (CBC), Differential, and Absolute Neutrophil Count (ANC)
Management of Pediatric Patients Receiving ... Monitoring Laboratory Values Oral Feeding Revision of Enteral Plan ... lab draws and communication with parents or caregivers. This is in addition to monthly clinic visits. Frequent commu-
Pediatric Reference Ranges for Creatine Kinase, CKMB, Troponin I, Iron, and Cortisol ... values for CK on the Vitros were not available in the literature, and, therefore, complete the age profile tor this enzyme. Pediatric reference ranges for
and add 0.5-3 mL for pediatric patients in Pediatric bottles. Submit 2 sets (4 bottles) from 2 different sites. ... clearance of about 20% of adult values. Core Lab Sodium, Urine random Random urine, 0.5 mL Not available Core Lab Soluble Liver Antigen Antibodies Serum ...
1 L abCorp recognizes that pediatricians and pediatric endocrinologists have special needs and requirements for the laboratory testing of their patients.
Pediatric values were determined on both random and overnight urine collections. 48 Expected values apply to assays performed at Endocrine Sciences only. (E) Esoterix Test Number (L) LabCorp Test Number 49 ENdOCriNOLOgy ExpECTEd VALuES ...
Pediatric values were determined on both random and overnight urine collections. (E) Esoterix Test Number (L) LabCorp Test Number 47 ENDOCRINOLOGY EXPECTED VALUES Metanephrines, Total, Urine (Includes Creatinine) URINE ASSAYS 500242 (E) 500480 (L)
Lab Dept: Chemistry Test Name: CAPILLARY BLOOD GAS (CBG) General Information Lab Order Codes: CBG ... Critical Values: pCO2: <15 or >70 mm Hg pH: <7.2 or >7.6 Limitations: N/A Methodology: Ion-Selective Electrode, HCO3 and BE by calculation
CRITICAL ACTION LABORATORY VALUES Critical Action Values By Laboratory AUTOPSY DIVISION: ... pediatric non-sterile Pathogenic mycobacteria: ... Critical Action Values are determined by the Pathology Data System lab computer using the following algorithms.
Brockton Pediatric Associates • Private pediatric association with offices located in multiple communities. • Currently using practice management system for ... • Lab values that aren’t in the computer system: vitals, blood sugars, feeds, drugs
UCSF Medical Center, San Francisco, CA 94143 Clinical Laboratories, Point Of Care Testing . POINT OF CARE TESTS NORMAL RANGES AND CRITICAL VALUES
Critical lab results are defined by the Medical Director as values that indicate the need for immediate intervention by the patient's physician or responsible health care provider. The following test results
Legacy Laboratory Client Services 503-413-1234 or toll free 1-877-270-5566 Pediatric Blood Gases, Critical Care Panel and ECMO Age Related Reference Ranges and Critical Values
Reporting of laboratory critical values has become ... lab-oratory accrediting agencies such as the Joint Commission ... with pediatric and obstetric services and extensive primary care and specialty outpatient practices extending into the
– Pediatric values are different than ... Normal lab values vary from one lab to another, for consistency, use the reference values from the lab performing the tests. 3. T/F? Drug classifications that require periodic monitoring for
additional lab values should be clarified with the Peds Surgery Chief Resident and communicated to the nurse. ... Pediatric Trauma Lab Requirements: The pediatric trauma patients should have labs drawn as soon as possible after arrival. If
AmericAn AcAdemy of PediAtric dentistry resource section 323 Reference Manual 2006-2007 Resource Section 251 Common Laboratory Values CBC Test Normal value Function Significance
PANIC VALUES 1 of 42. PHR Laboratory 5 Richland Medical Park Drive Columbia, SC 29203 ... Palmetto Richland Lab. Palmetto Richland Lab will then call the panic value result per lab policy. ... Pediatric Red Blood Cell Count (Male) 12 Yrs: 4.03-5.29 M/uL
DynaLIFE Dx Doc ID: HE-INF-0010665 Proprietary 05-Oct-2012 Pediatric CBC Reference Values Age RBC x 1012/L HB g/L HCT L/L MCV fL MCHC g/L RDW % PLT
Pediatric reference ranges (4th ed.). Washington, DC: AACC Press. *Note all values are for the 2- to 12-year-old child. Laboratory values vary according to the procedures and type of testing used. Values listed are approximate
High Resolution Imaging - Pertinent Lab Values . 4 Rev Fall 2013 a. Recognize the laboratory values associated with the breast, thyroid ... Describe the clinical indications and laboratory values associated with the pediatric hip and pylorus: neonatal brain and spine. 19. Pediatric Sonography
Dialysis Lab Tests At a Glance Blood Test Normal Values Normal Values for CKD Signs/Symptoms Version 1.0 Page 2 of 2 Homocysteine 5–15
Pediatric Laboratory Medicine Current Challenges and Future Opportunities ... and glucose values. Although specimen collection and handling issues are not unique to pediatrics, they may be more problematic in this ... MLO Med Lab Obs. February 1999:18-25. 9. Soldin SJ, Brugnara C, Hicks JM.
Critical Laboratory Values for Lumbar Puncture/Myelography Lab Test PLT INR PTT Lab Value >25,000 <1.5 Within normal range When to check labs? Inpatients/ER: ... Pediatric patients (patients younger than 18 years old) are performed by the Pediatric
PEDIATRIC DIABETIC KETOACIDOSIS October 2011 Quality Improvement Resources Illinois Emergency Medical Services for Children is a collaborative program ... Patients with “abnormal lab values” Patients with elevated blood glucose levels
When deciding whether or not it is safe to work with a patient, a review of lab values is performed to rule out any critical values that may caution or contraindicate ... very high percentages of patients with abnormal blood values in this pediatric oncology
Assess a pediatric patient with emphasis on differences in techniques of assessing ... Familiarize themselves with lab values associated with fluid volume deficits, infection, and metabolic imbalances of pH History of Present Illness:
treating pediatric patients with severe disease. The principal rationale for treatment with HU is its ability to induce fetal hemoglobin (Hb F) ... aware that lab values considered toxic may vary according to the institution's treatment protocol.
Lab Tests and Results Vitamin D, 25 -hydroxy measurement What is this test? This test measures the amount of 25 -hydroxyvitamin D in blood.
9/22/2010 5 Pediatric Specific Lab Values Sodium Pre ‐term 130 – 140 meq/L OlderInfant and child 133 – 146 meq/L Chloride Newborn 98 – 113 meq/L
in normal lab values and our test results are displayed with the age-appropriate expected normal ranges. ... School of Medicine, notes one area where the lab excels is the cytogenetics of pediatric tumors. “Few cytogenetic laboratories have the expertise to grow tumors
–Each lab has a somewhat different normal range, usually between about 0.9 and 1.6 ng/dl –More accurate method: ... of treatment and getting her in to see a pediatric endocrinologist? Thyroid case #8 •You see another 10 year old girl for a well child exam with a diffusely enlarged thyroid.
Normal Values for Random Urinary Calcium to Creatinine Ratio in Iranian Children Ahmadali Nikibakhsh 1, MD, Pediatric Nephrologist; ... variations, reference values for the pediatric population are not yet well established .
YNHH Laboratory Manual Critical Values Test Value Call Frequency Blood Bank 1 Urgent need for transfusion Compatible Blood not Available Each occurrence
specific pediatric training. Objectives •Recognize the relative anatomical and physiological differences in children vs. ... –Lab values –X-rays –Ventilator settings –Transfer orders –Nature of injury. Trauma •Length of time of injury •I/O