Calcemia is the condition in which the blood level of calcium is abnormally high; more often known as hypercalcemia. People affected with hypercalcemia do not have appetite, feels nausea and vomiting and weak. The normal levels of serum calcium is 2.1 to 2.6 mmol/L and adjusted according to the levels of albumin.
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