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Bev79083 posted:
I have been diagnosed with Coronary Artery Disease and recently I had something to happen to me and my cardiologist ran a lot of blood work. The carbon dioxide was high, 33, per lab sheet and the alkaline phosphatase, 145. What does this mean? I didn't have these results when I went to the cardiologist.
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CardiostarUSA1 responded:
Hi:

"What does this mean?"

Patient resources/general info

High Level of Carbon Dioxide in Blood

http://www.ehow.com/about_5503535_high-level-carbon-dioxide-blood.html


Alkaline Phosphatase

http://www.webmd.com/digestive-disorders/alkaline-phosphatase

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