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An ammonia test is a test done to measure the quantity of ammonia present in the blood. Ammonia present in the body is mostly formed when there is break down of protein by the bacteria present in the intestines. The liver is the organ, which normally transforms ammonia into urea.What is a dangerous ammonia level?
AIHA  also reported that 5,000 to 10,000 ppm are reported to be fatal [Mulder and Van der Zahm 1967] and exposures for 30 minutes to 2,500 to 6,000 ppm are considered dangerous to life [Smyth 1956]. National Research Council [NRC 1987] Emergency Exposure Guidance Levels (EEGLs)What is dangerous ammonia blood level?
The normal ammonia range is 10–47 μmol/L. High ammonia levels and signs of hepatic encephalopathy is a worsening of brain function that occurs when the liver is no longer able to remove toxic substances in the blood due to cirrhosis.