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1 ALBUMIN g/l ALK PHOSPHATASE Up to 11 months Male U/L Female U/L 11+ months 2 years Male U/L Female U/L 2+ 8 years Male U/L Female U/L years Male U/L Female U/L years Male U/L Female U/L years Male U/L Female U/L years Male U/L Female U/L years Male U/L Female U/L Adult U/L ALPHA 1 ANTITRYPSIN g/l ALT (SGPT) 4 43 U/L AMYLASE U/L AMYLASE URINE Random up to 350 U/L Per 24 hours up to 440 U/d ANDROSTENEDIONE Male nmol/l Female nmol/l ANION GAP with K mmol/l no K mmol/l QAP0037 Effective: 3-Dec-12 Page 1 of 11

2 ANTI DNA < 20 IU/mL Borderline IU/mL Positive > 25 IU/mL AST (SGOT) 6 42 U/L ASO less than 116 KU/L BILIRUBIN TOTAL Greater than 5 days 3 18 mol/l 2 5 days mol/l Less than 2 days mol/l BILIRUBIN DIRECT 0 5 mol/l CALCIUM Greater than 18 years mmol/l 11 days 18 years mmol/l Up to 10 days mmol/l CALCIUM URINE Random mmol/l 24 Hours mmol/d CARBAMAZEPINE mol/l CA U/mL CERULOPLASMIN mg/l CHLORIDE mmol/l CHLORIDE URINE Random mmol/l 24 Hour mmol/d CHOLESTEROL Less than 29 years Target less than 4.60 mmol/l Greater than 29 years Target less than 5.20 mmol/l CHOLESTEROL/HDL RATIO If Risk Target Low Risk less than 6.0 Moderate Risk less than 5.0 High Risk less than 4.0 CK Male less than 210 U/L Female less than 170 U/L CO mmol/l COMPLEMENT C g/l COMPLEMENT C g/l hs CRP Low Risk less than 1.0 mg/l Average Risk mg/l High Risk greater than 3.0 mg/l QAP0037 Effective: 3-Dec-12 Page 2 of 11

3 CORTISOL A.M nmol/l P.M. < 280 nmol/l Random Cannot be determined Free, Urine 24 Hour nmol/d Total, Urine 24 Hour nmol/d C PEPTIDE pmol/l CREATININE Male (greater 10 years) mol/l Female (greater 10 years) mol/l 5 10 years mol/l Less than 5 years less than 44 mol/l CREATININE URINE Random Male mmol/l Random Female mmol/l 24 Hour Male mmol/d 24 Hour Female mmol/d CREATININE CLEARANCE ml/s DHEA S Male less than 14.1 mol/l Female less than 11.0 mol/l DIGOXIN nmol/l DILANTIN (PHENYTOIN) mol/l ESTRADIOL ETHYL ALCOHOL Non Pregnant Female: Mid Follicular pmol/l Mid Cycle Peak pmol/l Mid Luteal pmol/l Post Menopausal pmol/l Male pmol/l None Detected FERRITIN Male g/l Female g/l Newborn g/l FOLATE ERCS (RBC FOLATE) greater than 829 nmol/l QAP0037 Effective: 3-Dec-12 Page 3 of 11

4 FSH Female: Mid Follicular IU/L Mid Cycle Peak IU/L Mid Luteal IU/L Post Menopausal IU/L Male IU/L GAMMA GT (GGT) Male 5 50 U/L Female 5 40 U/L GASTRIN ng/l GLUCOSE FASTING New Born 3 years mmol/l Children (3 12 years) mmol/l Adolescent (13 18 years) mmol/l 19 years Adult mmol/l GLUCOSE RANDOM mmol/l GLUCOSE PC 2 Hour mmol/l GLUCOSE CHALLENGE Fasting 75 g Load mmol/l 2 Hour mmol/l GLUCOSE CHALLENGE 50 G LOAD (GESTATIONAL) (GESTATIONAL SCREEN) 1 Hour mmol/l GLUCOSE TOLERANCE 75 G LOAD (GESTATIONAL) (GESTATIONAL) FBS mmol/l 1 Hour mmol/l 2 Hour mmol/l 100 G LOAD (GESTATIONAL) FBS (> 18 years) mmol/l FBS (up to 18 years) mmol/l 1 Hour mmol/l 2 Hour mmol/l 3 Hour mmol/l GLYCOSYLATED HAEMOGLOBIN (HbA1C) GROWTH HORMONE Male g/l Female g/l HAPTOGLOBIN g/l QAP0037 Effective: 3-Dec-12 Page 4 of 11

5 hcg Female, Non Pregnant less than 5 IU/L Female, Pregnant: 1st week 5 50 IU/L 2nd week IU/L 3rd week IU/L 1st trimester ,000 IU/L (PEAK) 2nd trimester ,000 IU/L 3rd trimester ,000 IU/L Male less than 2 IU/L HDL Target greater than 1.29 mmol/l HOMOCYSTEINE mol/l H. PYLORI less than 15 U/mL HEPATITIS Borderline Positive U/mL Positive > 30 U/mL HIGH SENSITIVITY CRP Low Risk less than 1.0 mg/l (hs CRP) Average Risk mg/l High Risk greater than 3.0 mg/l IMMUNOGLOBULINS Greater than 16 Years: IgG g/l IgA g/l IgM g/l IgE g/l PEDIATRIC IMMUNOGLOBULINS Age IgG (g/l) IgA (g/l) IgM (g/l) 0 6 months mos 1 year years years years years INSULIN Fasting pmol/l 2-hour (post challenge) Cannot be determined Random Cannot be determined QAP0037 Effective: 3-Dec-12 Page 5 of 11

6 IONIZED CALCIUM mmol/l IRON mol/l IRON SATURATION LD U/L LDL If clinically determined risk is: Target for LDL-C Low reduce by 50% Moderate or High < 2.0 or reduce by 50 % LH Female: Mid Follicular IU/L Mid Cycle IU/L Mid Luteal IU/L Post Menopausal IU/L Male IU/L LITHIUM mmol/l May reflect acute toxicity 1.5 mmol/l LEAD BLOOD Up to 16 years up to 0.48 mol/l Male (17 yrs and above) up to 1.00 mol/l Female (17 45 yrs) up to 0.48 mol/l Female (> 45 yrs) up to 1.00 mol/l LIPASE U/L MAGNESIUM mmol/l MICROALBUMIN Random less than 15 mg/l 24 Hour less than 21 mg/d MICROALBUMIN/ Male less than 2.0 CREATININE RATIO Female less than 2.8 PHENOBARBITAL mol/l PHOSPHATE mmol/l PHOSPHATE URINE Random mmol/l 24 Hour mmol/l POTASSIUM mmol/l POTASSIUM URINE Random mmol/l 24 Hour mmol/d QAP0037 Effective: 3-Dec-12 Page 6 of 11

7 PROGESTERONE Male nmol/l Female, Non Pregnant: Mid Follicular nmol/l Mid Luteal nmol/l Post Menopausal < nmol/l Female, Pregnant: First Trimester nmol/l Second Trimester nmol/l PROLACTIN Male g/l Female g/l PROTEIN SYNOVIAL FLUID g/l PROTEIN TOTAL g/l PROTEIN URINE RANDOM g/l PROTEIN URINE 24 HOUR g/d PSA TOTAL less than 4.00 g/l PSA FREE less than For Total PSA between 4 and 10 g/l, a Free/Total PSA ratio of < 0.25 is associated with an increased risk of prostate cancer. PTH pmol/l RHEUMATOID FACTOR (RF) less than 20 IU/mL RUBELLA Non Immune less than 5 IU/mL Inconclusive 5 10 IU/mL Immune greater than 10 IU/mL SODIUM mmol/l SODIUM URINE Random mmol/l 24 hour mmol/d T3 FREE pmol/l T3 TOTAL nmol/l T4 FREE pmol/l OSTERONE, TOTAL Female nmol/l QAP0037 Effective: 3-Dec-12 Page 7 of 11

8 BIOCHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT Male nmol/l OSTERONE, FREE Male pmol/l Female pmol/l THEOPHYLLINE mol/l THYROGLOBULIN < 45 pmol/l TIBC mol/l TRIGLYCERIDES Up to 18 years less than 1.20 mmol/l Over 18 years less than 1.71 mmol/l TSH, SENSITIVE (S TSH) miu/l UIBC mol/l URATE (URIC ACID) Male mol/l Female mol/l URATE (URIC ACID) URINE Random mmol/l 24 hour mmol/d URATE SYNOVIAL FLUID mol UREA (BUN) mmol/l VANILMANDELIC ACID (VMA URINE) mol/d VALPROIC ACID mol/l VITAMIN B12 Deficient < 107 pmol/l Indeterminate pmol/l Sufficient > 133 pmol/l VITAMIN D (25 HYDROXY) Ideal nmol/l Toxic > 250 nmol/l QAP0037 Effective: 3-Dec-12 Page 8 of 11

9 HEMATOLOGY DEPARTMENT BLOOD FILM (DIFFERENTIAL) Relative Segmented Neutros Frac of 1 Band Neutros Frac of 1 Lymphocytes Frac of 1 Monocytes Frac of 1 Eosinophils Frac of 1 Basophils Frac of 1 Absolute Neutros x10 9 /L Lymphocytes x10 9 /L Monocytes x10 9 /L Eosinophils x10 9 /L Basophils x10 9 /L D-DIMER < 500 µg/ml ERCS (RBC) Male x10 12 /L Female x10 12 /L ESR. (SED. RATE) Male: Female: years 0 10 mm > 50 years 0 14 mm years 0 12 mm > 50 years 0 20 mm FIBRINOGEN g/l HEMATOCRIT (PCV) Male Frac of 1 Female Frac of 1 HEMOGLOBIN Male g/l Female g/l LKCS (WBC) x10 9 /L MCH pg MCHC g/l MCV f/l RETICULOCYTE COUNT x10 9 /L THROMBOCYTES (Platelets) x10 9 /L RDW INR PTT Seconds QAP0037 Effective: 3-Dec-12 Page 9 of 11

10 MISCELLANEOUS URINALYSIS (Routine) Bilirubin Blood Glucose Ketones Leukocytes Esterase Nitrite ph 5 9 Protein Specific Gravity Urobilinogen mol/l (Microscopic) WBC 0 9 p/ul RBC 0 5 p/ul Epithelials 0 9 p/ul Epithelials Non-Squamous 0 2 p/ul Casts (hyaline) 0 2 p/ul Mucous p/ul Amorphous Phosphates 0 6 p/ul Amorphous Urates 0 6 p/ul Crystals Calcium Oxalate 0 6 p/ul Urate 0 6 p/ul Triple Phosphate 0-6 p/ul Bacteria 0-75 p/ul QAP0037 Effective: 3-Dec-12 Page 10 of 11

11 PEDIATRIC HEMATOLOGY S BIRTH 1 WK 2 MO 3 11 MO 1 5 YR 6 10 YR YR TOTAL LKCS x10 9 /L NEUTS x10 9 /L BANDS x10 9 /L LYMPHS x10 9 /L MONOS x10 9 /L EOS x10 9 /L BASOS x10 9 /L ERCS x10 12 /L HB g/l HCT frac of 1 MCV fl MCH pg MCHC g/l RETICS x109/l PLATELETS x109/l QAP0037 Effective: 3-Dec-12 Page 11 of 11

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