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SGOT/SGPT

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A SGOT/SGPT test is significant because? Help detect acute viral hepatitis A or B, profound liver damage and prolonged collapse of the circulatory system (shock) when the liver is deprived of fresh blood bringing oxygen and nutrients.
What type of Specimen is SGOT/SGPT? Blood
What are the normal level of SGOT/SGPT in the body? SGOT - 5 to 40 units per liter of serum SGPT - 7 to 56 units per liter of serum
What are the alternative names for SGOT/SGPT? SGOT - AST test SGPT - ALT test
Abnormal amounts may indicate what? Acute viral hepatitis A or B, Liver Disease, Muscle Damage, or An array of medications that a patient is consuming may also indicate SGOT/SGPT
Low levels of SGOT/SGPT may conclude what? Magnesium Deficiency or Deficiency of vitamin B6
Created by: Liver2