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COMPLETE BLOOD COUND (CBC) ADULTS Male Hemoglobin (g/dl) 13.5-16.5 41-50 45-55 <14.5 80-100 26-34 31-37 100000450000 CREATININE KINASE (CK) ISOENZYMES CK-BB CK-MB (cardiac) CK-MM Creatinine Phosphakinase (CPK) Creatinine (mg/dl) ELECTROLYTES Calcium Calcium, ionized Chloride Magnesium Phosphate Potassium Sodium Ferritin (ng/ml) Folate (ng/ml) Glucose, fasting Glucose (2 hours postprandial) (mg/dl) Hemoglobin A10 Iron (mcg/dl) 6-8 65-150 8.5-10.2mg/dl 2.24-2.46mEq/L 95-107 mEq/L 1.6-2.4mEq/L 2.5-4.5 mg/dl 3.5-5.2 mEq/L 135-145 mEq/L 13-300 3.6-20 60-110 (mg/dl) Up to 140 0% 0-3.9% 96-100% 8-150 IU/L 0.5-1.4 Hematocrit (%) RBC’s (x106/ml) RDW (RBC distribution width) MCV MCH MCHC % Platelet count Female 12.0-15.0 36-44 40-49

Lactic acid (mEq/L) LDH (lactic dehydrogenase) Cholesterol, total HDL cholesterol LDL cholesterol Triglycerides Osmolality SGOT (AST) SGPT (ALT) Free T3 Serum T3 Free T4 Serum T4 TSH Total iron binding capacity (TIBC) Transferrin Uric acid (male) Uric acid (female) WBC (cells/ml) Segmented neutrophils Band forms Basophils Eosinophils Lymphocytes monocytes

0.7-2.1 56-194 IU/L <200 mg/dl 30-70 mg/dl 65-180 mg/dl 45-155 mg/dl (<160) 289-308 mOsm/kg <35 IU/L (20-40) <35 IU/L


LUNG SOUNDS Crackles or rales wheezing stridor rhonchi Range Normal Mild hypoxia Moderate hypoxia Severe hypoxia Albumin Alkaline Phosphatase (Adults: 25-60) Adults: >61yo Ammonia Bilirubin, direct Bilirubin, tota Arterial pH pCO2 pO2 HCO3 O2 Sat % BUN 7.35-7.45 35-45 70-100 19-25 90-95 7-20 mg/dl 51-153 IU/L 20-70 mcg/dl 0-0.3 mg/dl 0.1-1.2 mg/dl BLOOD GASES Venous 7.32-7.42 38-52 28-48 19-25 40-70 <85% Give 100% oxygen with positive pressure 3.2 g/dl 33-131 IU/L High-pitched whistling expirations Harsh, high-pitched inspirations Coarse, gravelly sounds PULSE OXIMETRY Value 95-100% 91-94% 86-90% Treatment None or placebic Give oxygen Give 100% oxygen Crackling or rattling sounds

THYROID FUNCTION TESTS 2.3-4.2 pg/ml 70-200 ng/dl 0.5-2.1 ng/dl 4.0-12.0mcg/dl 0.25-4.30 microunits/ml 250-420 mcg/dl >200 mg/dl 2.0-8.0 mg/dl 2.0-7.5 mg/dl 4500-10000 54-62% 3-5% (above 8% indicates left shif) 0-1 (0-0.75%) 0-3 (1-3%) 24-44 (25-33 %) 3-6 (3-7%) WBC + DIFFERENTIAL

vasodil Vasodil. chills. Analgesic Anti-histamine receptor Anti-emetic Anti-infective . observe for side effects.NURSING CONSIDERATIONS FOR BT     Confirm that the transfusion is prescribed Check if Px blood has been typed and crossmatched Verify the consent from has been signed Explain the procedure to the Px and instruct px for s/sx of transfusion reaction (itching. & vasoconstrictor Anticholinergic Bronchodilator Anti-pyretic Anti-histamine Diuretic Electrolyte modifier Ca antagonist Anti-arrhythmic Analgesic/ anti-pyretic Anti-infective Anti-infective Anti-arrhythmic Coagulant Narcotic agent Anti-inflammatory Caloric agent Sedative Non-steroidal antiinflammatory agent Anti-convulsant.. alk. vasodilator. allergic reactions and hemolytic reactions. antiangina. Elec. inotropic agent Sedative Bronchodilator Anti-ulcer Diuretic Antispasmodic Anti-angina Ca channel blocker. Mod. anti-angi Anti-inflam Anti-histamine. shortness of breath)        Take px’s vital signs to establish baseline for comparing of vital signs during transfusion Standard precaution during BT as per hospital policy Use gauge 20 or larger needles for BT Maximum hours for BT is 4 hours Double check obtained PRBC from blood bank Double check labes with other RN or MD to make sure of ABO and Rh compatibility Check blood for unusual color. fever. antihypertension Narc. febrile reactions. anti-emetic. Agent Anti-hpn Cal channel blocker Atni-ang. Elec. antianginal. hives. Digitalis Analgesic Anti-ulcer Anti-convul Narcotic anal Anti-emetic Narc. Isoket Isoptin Drug Adrenaline Use Bronchodilator cdc stim. then increase flow rate unless px is risk for circulatory overload. Analg. run transfusion slowly not more than 5ml/min..     Change tubing after every 2 units transfused Obtain BS and compare with initial VS Document procedure Monitor px for response to and effectiveness of the procedure atSO4 Aminophylline Aeknil Benadryl Burinex Ca gluconate Cardepine Carricor Calmegic Cefamandole Cefuroxime Cordarone Cyklokapron Demerol Dexamethasone Dextrose Diazepam Diclofenac Na (Voltaren) Dilantin Dobutrix Dopamine Dormicum Ephedrine Famotidine Furosemide Hyosine Hbr. circulatory overload. atni-arrythmic Inotropic agent Vasopressor. Antag Ca channel blocker. Mod. Toradol Zantac Zofran Zinacef Perlinganit Reglan Sensorcain HCl Solucortef Nubain NaHCO3 Nitroprusside Nipride Nimotop NTG (transderm) Nitrobid Orudis Promethazine HCl Isotonic NaCl KCl Lanoxin Cystine Acetate Losec MgSO4 Morphine Metochlorpramide Narcan Nicardipine anti-arrhythmic Elec. it may indicate bacterial growth or hemolysis   Make sure PRBC is initiated within 30 minutes after removal from blood bank refrigerator For first 15 minutes. anti-hypertension. sed Anti-angina Anti-emetic Adrenalien Immune response & inflame Supp. sweeling. sepsis.   Observe px frequently for 15 to 30 minutes Be alert for adverse reactions. bubbles or cloudiness. Mod.

what does this skeletal muscle mean? If LDH-1 is high.5 mg/dl 0 to . what does it mean? (lactate dehydrogenase isoenzyme Cell necrosis of heart.1.3 mg/dl Serum (total) is 9. erythrocytes. what does it mean? (lactate dehydrogenase isoenzyme 1) If LDH-5 is high.35 to 7.5 to 5.What is the normal value of serum glucose? What is the normal arterial blood pH value? What is the normal PaC02? 60-110 mg/dl 5) If AST level is elevated.45 what does that mean? (Aspartate aminotransferase) If ALT level is elevated.5 mEq/l 135-145 mEq/l 8-25 mg/dl 275-295 mOs/kg Normal Pa02? Normal HC03? Normal value of K? Normal serum sodium level? Normal BUN? Normal blood osmolarity? If a patient's level of Creatine kinase (isoenzyme MB) is high.2 . 40% is free or ionized. what does this mean? If a patient's level of what does that mean? Cell necrosis of Liver. Cell necrosis of heart. salivary gland cell necrosis .5 to 5. Creatine kinase (isoenzyme Cel necrosis in heart or MM) is high. liver skeletal muscle 35-45 mmHg 80-100mmHg 22-28 mEq 3. 7. what does this mean? If a patient's level of Creatine kinase (isoenzyme BB) is high. ionized is 4. (Alanine aminotransferase) skeletal muscle What is significance of elevated amylase? Normal value of total bilirubin? Normal value of direct bilirubin? Pancreas. Normal calcium levels Cell necrosis in brain calcium in blood is bound to protein.6.5. 50% of Cell necrosis in heart.0 to 10. or skeletal muscle Cell necrosis of Liver or skeletal muscle .