Alkaline Phosphatase

Description

Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP) is the enzyme in the blood which helps break down proteins. The body uses ALP as an important role in liver function and bone devlopment. A Higher than normal ALP levels in the blood can potentially indicate a problem with the liver and gallbladder. This also included hepatitis, cirrhosis, liver cancer, gallstones, a blockage in the bile ducts, and congestive heart failure.

 

Alkaline Phosphatase

$24

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Reference Range(s)

 

 

   Male (U/L) Female (U/L)
0-6 Days 46-245 46-245
7-14 Days 69-306 69-306
15 Days-<1 Month 113-412 113-412
1-5 Months 104-450 104-450
6-11 Months 100-334 100-334
1-9 Years 117-311 117-311
10 Years 128-396 128-396
11 Years 125-428 100-429
12 Years 123-426 69-296
13 Years 100-417 58-258
14 Years 78-326 51-179
15 Years 65-278 45-150
16 Years 56-234 41-140
17-19 Years 46-169 36-128
20-49 Years 36-130 31-125
>49 Years 35-144 37-153
  • Fasting Required: NO
  • Preferred Specimen: Serum
  • Turnaround Time: 3 Days
  • Test Code: 234