Info

Hormone

Fluid6 Units

Method or instrument

Male

Gastrin P

Growth hormone P

Hemoglobin Alc P

Homovanillic acid U

17-Hydroxycorticosteroids U

Female Male

5-Hydroxyindoleacetic acid (lower in women than in men) U 17-Hydroxyprogesterone S

Female

Prepubertal

Follicular

Luteal

Postmenopausal Male

Prepubertal Adult

25-Hydroxyvitamin D S

Insulin S

Male

17-Ketogenic steroids U

Female

17-Ketosteroids U

Female and male ^10 yr old Female and male 11-14 yr old Female a 15 yr old Male a 15 yr old

Metanephrines, total U

Parathyroid hormone P

Parathyroid-related protein P

Pregnanediol U

Female

Follicular phase Luteal phase Pregnancy Male

Pregnanetriol U

Prolactin S

Female Male

Renin activity P

Normal salt intake Recumbent 6 hr Upright 4 hr Low salt intake Recumbent 6 hr Upright 4 hr

Upright 4 hr, with diuretic Somatomedin C P

Female

Preadolescent Adolescent Adult Male Preadolescent Adolescent Adult

Testosterone, total, morning sample P

Female Male, adult

<50 pg/ml 0-200 pg/ml 2.0-6.0 ng/ml 3.8-6.4% 0.0-15.0 mg/day

0.20-0.54 jig/liter 0.02-0.80 jig/liter 0.90-3.04 /¿g/liter <0.45 jig /liter

0.12-0.30 fig/liter 0.20-1.80 jig/liter 8-55 ng/ml 0-29 jiU/ml 5.0-23.0 mg/day

0.1-3.0 mg/day 2.0-7.0 mg/day 5.0-15.0 mg/day 9.0-22.0 mg/day 0.0-0.90 mg/day 10-60 pg/ml <1.5 pmol/ liter

Gestation period dependent

2.2-4.4 ng/ml/hr 4.0-8.1 ng/ml/hr 6.8-15.0 ng/ml/hr

60.8-724.5 ng/ml 112.5-450.0 ng/ml 141.8-389.3 ng/ml

20-90 ng/dl 300-1100 ng/dl

Immunoassay Immunoassay JJquid chromatography Liquid chromatography Colorimetry

Colorimetry Immunoassay

Immunoassay Immunoassay

Colorimetry

Colorimetry

Spectrophotometry Immunoassay Immunoassay Gas chromatography

Gas chromatography Immunoassay

Immunoassay

Immunoassay

Immunoassay

Appendix B Appendix B—Continued

Hormone

Fluid6

Units

Method or instrument

Testosterone, unbound, morning sample

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