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Normal Laboratory Values

A listing of normal values for commonly used laboratory tests.

Complete Blood Count (CBC)

A description of the laboratory tests included in a complete blood count (CBC).

Chemistry Panel

A description of the laboratory tests normally included in a chemistry panel, plus electrolytes and kidney and liver function tests.

Blood Sugar and Fats

A description of the laboratory tests for blood levels of fats (triglycerides and cholesterol) and sugar (glucose).

CD4 (T-cell) Tests

A description of CD4 cell tests, how they are done, and what the results mean. Which diseases appear at various CD4 cell levels.

Viral Load Tests

A description of viral load tests, how they are done, and what the results mean.

HIV Resistance Testing

A description of genotypic and phenotypic tests for viral resistance, how they are used, and what the results mean.

Monitoring Drug Levels

Therapeutic drug monitoring means testing blood to measure how much of a drug is present. Unusual drug levels might explain high levels of side effects, or treatment failure.

Body Composition Tests

A description of the types of body composition tests, how and why they are used, and what results mean.

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