it means for it to out some people
It means that the blood vessels and blood flow are normal. The part about 'within normal limits' means that there is a range. An example is that the normal range for blood glucose (sugar) is from 70-110. If you have a number somewhere in that range, your blood sugar level is fine.
6-12 mm Hg is the normal value for a pulmonary wedge pressure.
The normal heart rate depends on a lot of things. Age, sex, activity, size and species.
worse than normal but as you say mildly dilated. keep up with yearly or every 2 year echocardiograms (with the gel and wand on your chest) to keep up with it... to see if it turns into moderately dilated aorta... then if it gets to severely dilated your Dr. may recommend a surgical intervention
75% to 125%
NL is often used to indicate "normal limits" or "normal.""Nl" stands for "normal". You'll often see it written as WNL which means "within normal limits".
Pulmonary vascular means that the blood vessels in the heart and lung region looks normal and no problems were found. If something was found then it is possible to have pulmonary vascular disease.
No, you might be suffering from pulmonary edema.
The life expectancy is of a normal person
Babies with tetrology of fallot have poor oxygen-saturated blood due to pulmonary stenosis and right ventricular outflow tract obstruction. In blood with normal oxygen levels carbohydrates break down into water and carbon dioxide but in blood with low oxygen levels carbohydrates break down for energy and make lactic acid.
Red blood cells carry oxygen throughout the body. The normal limits for red blood cells for men are 4.7-6.1, and women the normal values are 4.2-5.4.
Within Normal Limits....usually a lab value...if wnl...then its normal
The average amount of blood pumped from the right ventricle during a normal pulmonary circulation is about 5- 8 liters.
less than 1 mg%
Within Normal Limits