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You must be away from your computer so let me ask you first, why was the blood count done in th first place?
These are all really normal, considering his age, and considering that "normals" vary from lab to lab and with age.
His chemistries are really normal and numbers below are not significant for the most part.
I would not give those numbers another thought if I were his doctor and would have done a better job of explaining the variations of normal to you!
They only significant if very elevated and the ratios are off only because his BUN was probably 10 or less and his alk phos is normally elevated at his age as a function of bone growth.
Again, pediatric normals are quite different and the ranges wider.
Than in adults, I mean.
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