13 months baby liver function blood test, serum alkaline phosphatase index is very high, is it normal
Hello, the question you asked is that the blood test of 13 month old baby's liver function shows that the index of serum alkaline phosphatase is high, and other test results are normal. Considering that it is caused by the baby's growth and development, it is normal and does not need treatment. Pay attention to rest, don't stay up late, feed more boiled water, and the mother needs to increase nutrition
I don't know why the child does this examination. Do you have any clinical symptoms? Or did you find anything unusual? Or is it just a physical examination? Generally speaking, the clinical significance of this index is not very great, and the height of potato is not very high, which has no clinical significance. If the patient does not have any clinical symptoms, there is no need to worry. You can recheck whether the observation questions have dynamic evolution after one month. From clinical experience, most of this kind has no clinical significance. Hope to adopt
The increase of alkaline phosphatase is mainly seen in liver diseases caused by various reasons. At the same time, children's bone growth can increase alkaline phosphatase due to growth and development. The elderly, such as osteoporosis, may also cause the increase of alkaline phosphatase.