Chloride Test-Reference Range

Chloride test is a test used to detect whether there exist problems like body’s electrolyte balance and acid-base (PH) balance. It belongs to a part of a routine health checkup.

Chloride is a type of electrolyte and works with other electrolytes such as potassium, sodium, and carbon dioxide, all of which can help keep body fluids balance and acid-base balance.

The normal range of chloride in blood is between 96 and 106 milliequivalents per liter (MEq/L).

Chloride levels higher than 106 may indicate kidney problems like renal tubular acidosis.

Chloride levels lower than 96 may indicate problems like congestive heart failure, burns, metabolic acidosis, chronic lung disease, hyperaldosteronism, Addison’s disease, etc.

Keywords: Chloride; CI

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