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Adult WBC Count
5K--10K
Common races
Adult RBC Count
Male: 4.7--6.1

Female: 4.2--5.4
Top levels are common height
for each sex.
Prothrombin Time
11--12.5 seconds

Monitors coumadin therapy
INR is 1.5 to 2 times control, the numbers in this hint are included in the answer.
APPT and PPT
APPT: 30--40 seconds

PPT: 60--70 seconds

Monitors heparin therapy
APPT comes first numerically, skip the 50's when going on to PPT.
Amonia
10--80
The liver is affected by things we TENd to Eat (eat sounds like? and add a zero).
Arterial Blood Gasses
pH: 7.35--7.45
Pco2: 35--45
HCO3: 21--28
PO2: 80--100
PCO2 is same as Ph minus the seven.

PO2 is similar to normal pulse
Bilirubin
0.3--1.0
BNP
less than 100
You want to have less than a 100% chance of a heart attack.
Calcium
8.5--10.5
You'll be doing great on a diet if you drink this many glasses of milk per day.
Cholesterol
less than 200
Creatinine Kinase
Male: 55--170

Female: 30--135
Creatinine Clearance
Male: 107--139

Female: 87--107
Male bottom is female top
Ferritin
Male: 12--300

Female: 10--150
In general, males can lift twice as much iron as women.
Hematocrit
Male: 42%--52%

Female: 37%--47%
Hemoglobin
Male: 14--18

Female: 12--16
Blood Glucose
less than 110
Don't eat more than this number of calories per day in candy.
Blood Osmolality
285--295
Parathyroid Hormone
10--65
pH of fetal scalp
7.25--7.35
Similar to adult blood gas pH, just a little less.
Troponins
I: less than 0.03

T: less than 0.2
ALT (liver enzyme)
4--36

Can be twice as high in men, infants and African Americans.
Magnesium
1.3--2.1

Potassium
3.5--5
same as albumin
Phosphorus
3.0--4.5
Albumin
3.5--5
same as potassium
Prostate Specific Antigen
less than 4
Sodium
136--145
Testosterone
Adult: 280--1080
Triglycerides
Male: 40--160

Female: 35--135
Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN)
10--20
Vitamin B 12
160--950
Platelet Count
Adult and child: 150K to 400K