What Do Glucose Lab Results At 183 And Triglycerides 287 Mean?
Hello, I want to ask my parents to get a glucose test result when Flag: H Result: 183 Reference Value: 75-140 triglyceride Flag: H Result: 287 Reference Value: 70-140 Vein Acid Flag: H Result: 9.6 Reference Value: 2.0-7.0 Thank you
Hello Bro. Aditya, thank you for consulting us on HealthReplies.com.
We will try to explain the lab results that you submit in accordance with existing data.
What is meant by reference value is the normal value so that the reader of results can find out whether the examination results obtained are above the normal value or below the normal value. While the purpose of Flag: H, is a category / conclusion where the results obtained are above normal or High levels.
Based on the data you submit, all values obtained when glucose, triglycerides, and uric acid levels are above the normal range, so the conclusions from the laboratory data are included in the high or high category.
For that you should consult a doctor who refers your mother to do the laboratory test again. So that he can provide appropriate therapy / treatment related to sugar / glucose, triglycerides (cholesterol), and uric acid in your mother's blood which is quite high. Of course, with the consultation back as soon as possible, the handling will be done as early as possible in order to prevent complications that are very likely to occur.
Thus we can convey, hopefully our explanation helps you.