Question by  Shelbyfre (110)

What are the lab ranges for electrolyte levels in felines?


Answer by  mb (5482)

The normal healthy ranges for a feline's electrolytes are 1. 0 to 3.0. Below this level are hypotonic and above this level is hypertonic.


Answer by  worker4731 (14)

The lab ranges for electrolyte levels in felines are between 5-1000 electrolytes. There are many different stages of electrolytes and some have more then other stages. The felines all have different levels.


Answer by  srainne (2597)

The normal lab ranges for feline electrolyte levels are as follows: Sodium should be between 146-160 mEql/L, Potassium should be around 3. 7 - 5. 4 mEql/L and Chloride should be 112 - 129 mEql/L. All of these levels pretty much rely on other factors to determine what is "normal" for each case.


Answer by  TMyers (1084)

The average electrolyte levels in a healthy cat's lab results should be somewhere between 8 and 10 MG/DL of calcium, between 2 and 8 MG/DL of phosphates, between 3 and 5 MEQ/L of potassium, and between 145 and 160 MEQ/L of sodium. If their lab results are outside of this range, it could indicate or cause health problems.

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