Normal Oxygen Level in Humans?

Answer According to the Medical News Today website, the normal level of arterial oxygen in human beings is between 12 and 14 kilopascals (kPa). Anyone with a level below 8kPa is considered to be criticall... Read More »

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Age 78 yrs hemoglobin level is 9.5 ESR is 48 Is the ESR level normal and what precautions are to be taken and what are its implications?

Your ESR level is pretty normal for your age: a general guideline is that it should be roughly less than your age divided by 2, or for a woman, age+10 divided by 2. So if you are male, it is a touc... Read More »

My blood sugar level is 8.6 what is the normal level?

under 6. People in US use mgl and under 110 (or 100 depending on who you ask) is normal. In other countries they use mmol, hence the reading of 8.6. It's not just the poster that needs educating!!!... Read More »

Is it true that the blood in a humans vein is actually blue before it gets in contact with oxygen?

Blood is *never* blue. Blood is described as dark red (venous) or bright red (arterial). Our veins look blue because we are looking at them *through* our skin. The blood inside them is dark red ... Read More »

What is the normal pulse rate for humans?

Each person's pulse (heartbeats per minute, or BPM) varies, but an adult's resting heart rate should range from 60 to 100 BPM. Infants and children have higher rates, from 70 to 100 BPM. During exe... Read More »