# Accurate Corrected Calcium Calculator Tool

The Corrected Calcium Calculator is an easy-to-use, online, and free tool that accurately calculates blood calcium levels and improves patient care.

### What is the Corrected Calcium Calculator?

A Corrected Calcium Calculator is the online tool that is used to calculate the corrected levels of calcium in the blood by getting two fields: Measured total calcium (mg/dL) and Measured serum albumin (g/dL), and calculating them using a formula.

### How does the Corrected Calcium Calculator determine the corrected levels of calcium in the blood?

The Corrected Calcium Calculator uses a standard formula to determine the corrected levels of calcium in the blood. The formula is as follows: Corrected calcium = serum calcium + 0.8 * (4 - serum albumin).

### What are the inputs required by the Corrected Calcium Calculator to calculate the corrected calcium levels?

The Corrected Calcium Calculator only requires two field to calculate the corrected calcium levels:

• Serum Calcium: This is the measurement of calcium concentration in the blood and It is typically measured in milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL) or millimoles per liter (mmol/L).
• Serum Albumin: This is the measurement of albumin concentration in the blood and It is also typically measured in grams per deciliter (g/dL) or grams per liter (g/L).

### How to Use Corrected Calcium Calculator?

Here are the simple guide on how to use the Corrected Calcium Calculator:

1. Measured total calcium: Enter the value of the measured total calcium in milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL). This is usually obtained from a blood test and represents the total amount of calcium in your blood.
2. Measured serum albumin: Enter the value of the measured serum albumin in grams per deciliter (g/dL). Serum albumin is a protein found in the blood, and its level can affect the calculation of corrected calcium.
3. Choose the Decimal Places: You can also Select the desired number of decimal places for the calculated result. You can choose between 1 and 5 decimal places.
4. And finally, click on the Calculate button and view the results that are displayed below.