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What Is a Normal Lipase Level?

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A normal lipase level is between 3 and 7 units/L. An increase in this level may be caused by solumedrol morpine, codeine, narcotics, indomethacin and dialysis. A significant decrease in this level may be caused by protamine or IV saline infusions.
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The normal ranges can vary, but are usually: plasma amylase: 70-200
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Was there anything else elevated ? We use IDEXX laboratories and the range for LIPASE is 100 - 750 . Source(s) 12 years as a vet tech , thanks to IDEXX for that answer.
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Lipase Test According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, a health care provider uses a needle and collection tube to take a sample of blood from a patient's vein and test the
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PSA stands for prostate specific antigen. Urine test can be specify the levels of psa. The normal level of psa is 4 and anything that is higher could be an indication of prostate
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