Lab Tests Interpretation

Valid value ranges for your analysis
Normal Levels Entered value Interpretation
0 - 45 30 U/l Normal
Reference range (95% of healthy people will have levels within this range). Low levels of ALT are considered normal and are not usually associated with a serious disease. In people with liver failure, ALT levels may fall as the liver loses the ability to produce it. However, this is usually preceded by high levels of ALT.



What is ALT (SGPT)?

Alanine aminotransferase (ALT) is also known as serum glutamic pyruvic transaminase (SGPT). It is a type of enzyme made predominantly in the liver.


Why is ALT (SGPT) important?

AST is an enzyme involved in the processing of body proteins. It is made in several of the body’s organs including

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