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sodium
137-150 mmol/l
potassium
3.5-5.3 mmol/l
risk for immediate cardiac arrest > 8.5
total calcium
2.1-2.6 mmol/l
risk for immediate cardiac arrest > 3.75
heamoglobin
adult female: 120-160 g/l
adult males: 140-180 g/l
haematocrit
adult female: 0.37-0.48
adult males: 0.38-0.52`
glucose
3.6-6 mmol/l
creatinine
44-115 miu mol/l
total protein
60-80 g/l
albumin
30-60 g/l
total bilirubin
< 20 mumol/l
fibrinogen
1.5-4 g/l
platelet count
150-400 G/l
optimal serum cholesterol level
5.2 mmol/l
upper limit for fasting serum triglycerides
2.2 mmol/l
lower limit of HDL-C
0.9 mmol/l
diagnostic methods for lipids
enzymatic determination and spectrophotometry
ultracentrifugation (by size, shape)
electrophoresis (by charge through an electric field
HPLC - THROUGH A COLUMN
selective precipitation - adding a chemical that interacts with the interternce particle which forms a precipitate that can be separated from the rest of the sulotion by centrifugation.
the apolipoproteins can be separated by direct immunoseparatiom
immunochemistry - Ab binding