Sample Lab Report Complete Blood Count (CBC)

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Sample Lab Report Complete Blood Count (CBC)
Sample Lab Report
WeightWorks lab testing includes all of the following (additional tests are available if recommended):
 Complete Blood Count (CBC)
- including differential screens for blood abnormalities including red & white blood cells and platelets
 Comprehensive Metabolic Profile (CMP+14)
- including electrolytes, kidney function, liver function & mineral balance
 Lipid Panel
- including total cholesterol, triglycerides, HDL, LDL, VLDL, LDL/HDL ratio
 Hemoglobin A1C
- included to review recent blood sugar levels as related to excess weight
 Thyroid Profile
- including Free-Thyroxine Index (FTI), T3 uptake (THBR), Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH),
Thyroxine (Total T4) and Tri-iodothyronine (T3)
Your WeightWorks doctor will review all the lab results, in a format similar to that provided in the following
pages at the time of your initial physical exam.
WeightWorks Lab Results
WeightWorks Lab Report
Date of Test: {Report Date: 03/02/2009
Dear ______________;
Congratulations on your decision to participate in this life−changing program! This is the
first step you must take to make measurable differences in your health and your body. It is
important that you understand what your body needs to function properly so you can live
the longest, healthiest life possible.
Why is the WeightWorks Program the best?
Your customized wellness report and recommendations are based upon your sex, age,
medical history and general health. Recommendations will include a combination of dietary
changes, vitamin supplements and life−style changes that you need to make to reach
optimal health. This program is unique because the lab results are used to formulate a
weight loss program to fit your personal situation and goals.
What is the best Range for me?
Some of the laboratory values have optimal ranges that are age and gender dependent.
Therefore, it is possible for you to have a normal test result and health recommendations
will still be made for you. Your report will explain how far you are from normal or from your
optimal range.
1. Optimal range−this indicates your results are within range of what is
expected for someone their gender and age.
2. Normal range− this indicates your results are within 95% of what is
expected for someone their gender. This value is not age dependent.
3. Low or High range− this indicates your results are out of the normal range
and specific recommendations will be made.
4. Critical Low or Critical High panic range− this indicates patients results are
severely out of the normal range and referral or further testing maybe
indicated.
How long will it take to make a change in my health?
To observe measurable changes in blood laboratory testing, we recommend a 120 day trial
of modified lifestyle changes before re−testing. This time frame is varies by individual as the
average life of the Red Blood Cell is 90 days and nutrient delivery depends on this cellular
turnover. Sometimes you will require more frequent monitoring depending on general
overall health, pre−existing conditions and test results.
What about my weigtht loss program?
The lab test is just one part of your overall weight loss program. Many other factors are
important to achieving the desired results, and your doctor will work with you to consider
these together with the lab results, his/her findings from your physical exam(s) and much
more.
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TEST NAME
SCORE
RESULT
UNITS
NORMAL
FROM NORM
WHITE BLOOD CELL
10.1
NORMAL
x10e3 /uL
4−10.5
−
3
RED BLOOD CELL
3.7
LOW
x10e6/uL
4.1−5.6
0.4
4
HEMOGLOBIN
13.8
NORMAL
g/dL
12.5−17.0
−
5
HEMATOCRIT
40.7
NORMAL
%
38.5−45
−
6
MCV
94
NORMAL
fL
80−98
−
7
MCH
31.8
NORMAL
pg
27−34
−
8
MCHC
34
NORMAL
g/dL
32−36
−
9
RDW
13.4
NORMAL
%
11.7−15
−
10
PLATELET COUNT
336
NORMAL
x10e3 /uL
140−415
−
11
NEUTROPHILS PERC
66
NORMAL
%
40−74
−
12
LYMPHOCYTES PERC
23
NORMAL
%
14−46
−
13
MONOCYTES PERC
8
NORMAL
%
4−13
−
14
EOSINOPHILS PERC
2
NORMAL
%
0−7
−
15
BASOPHILS PERC
1
NORMAL
%
0−3
−
16
NEUTROPHILS
7.3
NORMAL
x10e3/uL
1.8−7.8
−
17
LYMPHOCYTES
2.6
NORMAL
x10e3/uL
0.7−4.5
−
18
MONOCYTES
.9
NORMAL
x10e3/uL
0.1−1.0
−
19
EOSINOPHILS
.2
NORMAL
x10e3/uL
0.0−0.4
−
20
BASOPHILS
.1
NORMAL
x10e3/uL
0.0−0.2
−
21
GLUCOSE
93
NORMAL
mg/dL
65−99
−
22
UREA NITROGEN
9
NORMAL
mg/dL
5−26
−
23
CREATININE
.81
NORMAL
mg/dL
0.5−1.5
−
24
GLOM FILT RATE
65
NORMAL
mL/min
60−137
−
mL/min
25
IF AFRICAN AMERICAN
65
NORMAL
26
BUN CREATININE
11
NORMAL
27
SODIUM
137
NORMAL
mmo1/L
60−128
−
8−27
−
135−145
−
28
POTASSIUM
4.6
NORMAL
mmo1/L
3.5−5.2
−
29
CHLORIDE
97
NORMAL
mmo1/L
97−108
−
30
CARBON DIOXIDE
21
NORMAL
mmo1/L
20−32
−
31
CALCIUM
8.6
NORMAL
mg/dL
8.5−10.6
−
32
PROTEIN TOTAL
7
NORMAL
g/dL
6.0−8.5
−
33
ALBUMIN
4.3
NORMAL
g/dL
3.5−5.5
−
g/dL
34
GLOBULIN
2.7
NORMAL
35
AG RATIO
1.6
NORMAL
36
BILIRUBIN
.5
NORMAL
mg/dL
1.5−4.5
−
1.0−2.1
−
0.1−1.2
−
37
ALK PHOS
65
NORMAL
IU/L
25−150
−
38
AST
55
HIGH
IU/L
0−40
15
39
ALT
41
HIGH
IU/L
0−40
1
40
TOTAL CHOLESTEROL
218
HIGH
mg/dL
100−199
19
OPTIMAL
FROM OPTIMAL
125−170
−48
41
TRIGLYCERIDES
148
NORMAL
mg/dL
0−149
−
75−125
−23
42
HDL
50
NORMAL
mg/dL
40−150
−
60−150
−10
43
VLDL
48
HIGH
mg/dL
5−40
8
44
LDL
120
HIGH
mg/dL
0−99
21
0−89
−31
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