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RahulVora posted:
Mean Plasma Glucose: 140 mg/dl
HbA1C: 6.5 % (Degree of glucose control : <6=non diabetic & <7=Goal & >8=Action Suggested)
CBC
Hemoglobin: (low) 12.7 gms/dl (Normal:13.5-18)
RBC: (low ) 4.15 milln/ul (Nomal:4.7-6)
Haemocrit (P.C.V): (Low) 38.6 % (Normal:42-52)
WBC COUNT (Flowcytometry) : (High) 11800/cu.mm. (Normal:4000-1000)
Differential Count : Normal
Mild Hypochromia
ESR
ESR : 40 mm. at end 1 hour (Reference range 0-13 at end 1 hour in men )
Liver Profile
Alkaline Phosphate (IFCC): (HIGH) 142 IU/L (Normal: 40-129)
G.G.T.P (SZAZ): (HIGH) 127 U/L (Normal: 8-78)
Lipid Profile :
Cholesterol (CHOD-PAP) : (HIGH) 245 mg/dl (Reference Range : >240=High)
Triglyceride (GPO-PAP): (Very HIGH) 435 mg/dl (Reference range:>160=High)
HDL CHOLESTEROL (Homogeneous Enzymatic): (LOW) 26 mg/dl (Reference Range :<40=Low & >60=High)
Cholesterol/HDL : (HIGH) 9.4 (Reference : Less Than 5)
Direct LDL Cholesterol : 144 mg% (Reference Range : 130-159=Borderline High & 160-189=High & >190=Very High)

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Richard C Senelick, MD responded:
I see your lab reports , but do not see a question. Do you have a question? If you do , it would also help to know your age, gender and race to discuss risk factors for stroke and heart disease.
After your stroke you may be experiencing a new normal, but remember what George Eliot said- It is never too late to be what you might have been. You still can achieve new goals.


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