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The laboratory findings, including liver and renal function tests, were within normal limits.
[1] in our patient, renal function tests, urine output, and glomerular filtration rate were found to be normal.
Renal function tests were also normal (creatinine: 1.3 mg/dL, blood urea nitrogen: 15 mg/dL).
The results of other paraclinical tests-including liver and renal function tests, fasting blood glucose, calcium, phosphorus, prothrombin and partial thromboplastin times, thyroid function, alfa feto protein, beta-HCG level, tuberculin skin test, serology for brucella infection, hepatitis B and C, anti-cytomegalovirus IgM and IgG, human immunodeficiency virus, serology for toxoplasma infection, and workup for hydatid cyst and amebic and fungal infections, revealed no abnormalities.
The patient had normal serum amylase and lipase values along with normal liver and renal function tests. Her random plasma glucose level was 110 mg/dl.
Use of concomitant NSAIDs with lithium requires close monitoring of renal function tests
Laboratory evaluations, including complete blood count, erythrocyte sedimentation rate, C-reactive protein, rheumatoid factor, uric acid, liver, and renal function tests, were all normal.
Renal transplant recipients currently on a schedule of regular follow-up appointments; age range of 18-54 years without any co-morbidity (existing physical or mental disorders); not more than one previous transplant, minimum basic formal schooling to equivalent of primary school level, and healthy graft functioning as indicated by follow up monitoring of renal function tests.
This includes a full blood count, renal function tests, liver function tests, a fasting glucose and cholesterol blood test, an ECG (electrocardiogram) and a urine dip.
The renal function tests and serum electrolytes were in normal range.