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1. Pregnant: slightly decreased, but still within normal range

2. WBC

2.1. Non-pregnant: 5,000-10,000 mm

2.2. Pregnant: 5,000-15,000

2.2.1. More than 15,000/mm3 white blood cells requires follow-up

2.2.1.1. Infection

3. RBC

3.1. Non-pregnant: 4.2-5.4 million/ mm

3.2. Pregnant

3.2.1. 3.8-4.4 million/mm

4. Hemoglobin

4.1. Non Pregnant: 12-16 g/dl

4.2. Pregnant

4.2.1. First and third trimester : 11 g/dl

4.2.1.1. Second trimester: 10.5 g/dl

5. Hematocrit

5.1. Non-pregnant: 37-47 %

5.2. Pregnant: 33-39%

6. Platelets

6.1. Non-pregnant: 150, 000-400,000

6.2. Pregnant: may be slightly decreased, but should be within normal range

7. Creatinine(blood)

7.1. Non-pregnant: 0.65 ± 0.14 mg/dl

7.1.1. Greater than 1.0 is a concern

7.2. Pregnant: 0.46±0.13mg/dl

8. Creatinine Clearance(urine)

8.1. Non-pregnant: 85-120 mg/dl

8.2. Pregnant: 110-180 mg/dl

9. Blood Urea Nitrogen(BUN)

9.1. Non-pregnant: 7-20 mg/dl

9.2. Pregnant: 8- 22 mg/dl

10. D-Dimer

10.1. Should be negative in both non-pregnant and pregnant

10.1.1. A positive d-dimer may indicate high levels of fibrin which can result in a blood clot

11. Fibrinogen

11.1. Non-pregnant: 200-400 mg/dl

11.2. Pregnant: 300-600 mg/dl

12. Prothrombin Time

12.1. Non-pregnant: 11-12.5 seconds

13. APTT

13.1. Non-pregnant: 30-40 seconds

13.2. Pregnant: slightly decreased, but still within normal range

14. Fluid and Electrolytes

14.1. Should be the same in non-pregnant and pregnant

14.1.1. K+: 3.5-5.0

14.1.2. Na+: 135-145

14.1.3. CL-: 98-106

14.1.4. Ca+:8-10

14.1.5. Mg+ 1.5-2.2

14.1.6. Phosphate: 0.85-1.45

15. Albumin

15.1. 3.2 - 4.5 mg/dl

15.1.1. May decrease slightly in pregnancy, but should be within the normal range

16. Proteinuria

16.1. Pregnant: trace

16.1.1. +1 or greater could indicate hypertensive crisis

17. Glucosuria

17.1. Pregnant: trace

17.1.1. +1 or greater could indicate glucose intolerance

18. B-type natriuretic peptide (BNP)

18.1. 100 pg/ml