Laboratory Reference Ranges in Healthy Adults. Ammonia: µmol/L. Ceruloplasmin: mg/dL. Chloride: mmol/L. Copper: µg/dL. Creatinine: mg/dL. Blood urea nitrogen: mg/dL. Ferritin: ng/mL (men), ng/mL (women) Glucose: mg/dL. The aim of this was to establish gender-specific haematological and biochemical reference values for healthy adults in the central part of. The Haematology department has reviewed the FBC reference ranges for issue age and sex related reference ranges as below against each FBC parameter.
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Haematological and Biochemical Reference Values for Healthy Adults in the Middle Belt of Ghana
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Abstract Background Reference values are very important in clinical management of patients, screening participants for enrolment into clinical trials and for monitoring the onset of adverse events during these trials.
Haematology reference ranges aim of this was to establish gender-specific haematological and biochemical reference values for healthy adults in the central part of Ghana.
Methods A total of adults between 18 and 59 years resident in the Kintampo North Municipality and South District in the central part of Ghana were randomly selected using the Kintampo Health and Demographic Surveillance System and enrolled in this cross-sectional survey.
Out of these, adults made up of males and females were assessed by a clinician to be healthy. Values established in this study were compared with the Caucasian values being used currently by our laboratory as reference haematology reference ranges and also haematology reference ranges data from other African and western countries.
Results Reference values established include: