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LAB VALUES (Must-know for NCLEX)

AB
pH (hydrogen concentration) -(adults and child, both sexes)7.35-7.45
pH (hydrogen concentration) -(2 mo - 2 y/o child)7.34-7.46
pH (hydrogen concentration) -(newborn)7.32-7.49
PCO2 (carbon dioxide partial pressure)-(adults and child, both sexes)35 - 45
PCO2 (carbon dioxide partial pressure) -(newborn, infant - 2 y/o)26 - 41
PO2 (oxygen partial pressure) (adults and child)80 - 100
PO2 (oxygen partial pressure)-(newborn)60 - 70
HCO3 (bicarbinate) -(adults and child, both sexes)21 - 28
HCO3 (bicarbinate)-(newborn & infant)16 - 24
O2 saturation (%) -(adults and child, both sexes)95 - 100
O2 saturation (%)- older adult95
O2 saturation (%) - newborn40 - 90
Blood, Urea, Nitrogen (BUN) (adults-both sexes)10 - 20
Blood, Urea, Nitrogen (BUN)- Child & Infant5 - 18
Blood, Urea, Nitrogen (BUN) -Newborn3 - 12
Blood, Urea, Nitrogen (BUN) -Cord21 - 40
Sodium (NA) (adults, both sexes, and child)136 - 145
Sodium (NA) (Infant)134 - 150
Sodium (NA) (newborn)134 - 144
Potassium (K) (adults, both sexes)3.5 - 5
Potassium (K) (child)3.4 - 7
Potassium (K) (Infant)4.1 - 5.3
Potassium (K) (Newborn)3 - 5.9
Glucose (adult, both sexes)70 - 110
Glucose (child, 2 or under)60 - 100
Glucose (child, 2 or over)70 - 110
Glucose (Infant)40 - 90
Glucose (Newborn)30 - 60
Glucose (premature infant)20 - 60
Glucose (cord)45 - 96
Total Calcium (adult, both sexes)9 - 10.5
Total Calcium (child)8.8 - 10.8
Total Calcium (Infant, 10 days to 2 yr)9 - 10.6
Total Calcium (infant less than 10 days)7.6 - 10.4
Total calcium (umbilical)9 - 11.5
Bilirubin-total (adult, child)0.3 - 1
Bilirubin- Indirect (adult, child)0.2 - 0.8
Bilirubin - Direct (adult, child)0.1 - 0.3
Bilirubin (newborn)1 - 12
Partial Thromboplastin Time (PTT) (adult, child, infant)60 - 70
International Normalized Ratio (INR) (adult, child, infant, older adult)0.8 - 1.1
Prothrombin Time (PT) (adult, child, infant, older adult)11 - 12. 5
Platelet count (adult, child)150 - 400
Platelet count (premature infant)100 - 300
Platelet count (newborn)150 - 300
Platelet count (infant)200 - 475
White Blood Cell (WBC) (adult-both sexes)5 - 10
White Blood Cell (WBC) (child less than 2 y/o)6.2 - 17
White Blood Cell (WBC) (child more than 2 y/o)5 - 10
White Blood Cell (WBC) (newborn)9 - 30
Red Blood Cell (RBC) (Adult-Male)4.7 - 6.1
Red Blood Cell (RBC) (Adult-Female)4.2 - 5.4
Red Blood Cell (RBC) (Child, age 1-6)4.0 - 5.5
Red Blood Cell (RBC) (Child, age 6 - 18)4.5 - 5)
Hematocrit (Hct) (Adult-Male)42 - 52
Hematocrit (Hct) (Adult-Female)37 - 47
Hematocrit (Hct) (pregnant)greater than 33
Hematocrit (Hct) (Child, age 1-6)30 - 40
Hematocrit (Hct) (child, age 6-18)32 - 42
Hematocrit (Hct) (newborn)44 - 64
Hemoglobin (Hgb) (Adult-Male)14 - 18
Hemoglobin (Hgb) (Adult-Female)12 - 16
Hemoglobin (Hgb) (pregnant)greater than 11
Hemoglobin (Hgb) (child age 1-6)9.5 - 14
Hemoglobin (Hgb) (child age 6-18)10 - 15.5
Hemoglobin (Hgb) (Newborn)14 - 24


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