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The next step, Wu said, is to evaluate the predictive value of serum bilirubin in heavy smokers and to establish a risk prediction model that incorporates bilirubin and other biomarkers with clinical and epidemiological data to improve the efficiency of lung cancer risk prediction.
Normal values for serum bilirubin in adults, using traditional laboratory techniques, are measured in micromoles per litre ([micro]mol/L): * Total bilirubin < 18 [micro]mol/L.
Serum bilirubin level was also found to be increased in G2 group (2.
All these steps were wrong, while only nine babies were referred for a serum bilirubin level test which is right step, she stresses.
Bilirubin, Coronary Artery Disease, and Coronary Artery calcification The first indication that serum bilirubin concentrations might be related to coronary artery disease (CAD) was reported in 1994 (10).
1) It has been custom and practice in the community to use visual inspection to assess the severity of neonatal jaundice, but research shows that this is not a reliable method of assessment and can lead to unnecessary serum bilirubin measurements being taken.
absence of vomiting and pain abdomen, both AST and ALT <100 IU/l and serum bilirubin < 1.
8) Table 2 also shows that his total and direct serum bilirubin were both elevated.