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    Is there any software for looking up medical lab values (Na, Cl, K, H+H, ...) I have been typing them into a memo pad with their usual ranges, but it's tough to organize them nicely.

    Thanks.
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    There's a doc shows just normal range...you can get it from memoware. There was another doc that explains briefly about each lab, normal range, and what causes increase/decrease but I can't find it now. I'll post a link if I find it later(got to go to work!). Also if you want to calculate anion gap, corrected Sr Calcium and much more, Medmath is a really good free program.

    [Edited by Taki on 11-07-2000 at 08:40 AM]
    Taki
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    Here, I finally found it. "Lab value interpretations" is the one I was thinking. Download from this page. Also if you browse memoware's medicine category, there are lots of good stuff.
    Taki
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    Lab Values application is now updated & its working well.

    App name: Lab Values
    Vendor: Vimukti Technologies

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