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 Got cholesterol panel, A1C and blood test results
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Hours After Meal
hours pc: 13
Hematology
WBC

4.8
4.0-10.0
10*9/L
RBC

5.16
4.20-5.40
10*12/L
Hemoglobin

155
135-170
g/L
Hematocrit

0.45
0.40-0.50
L/L
MCV

87
82-98
fl
MCH

30.0
27.5-33.5
pg
MCHC

345
300-370
g/L
RDW

12.4
11.5-14.5
%
Platelet Count

257
150-400
10*9/L
Differential
Neutrophils

2.7
2.0-7.5
10*9/L
Lymphocytes

1.4
1.0-4.0
10*9/L
Monocytes

0.5
0.1-0.8
10*9/L
Eosinophils

0.1
0.0-0.7
10*9/L
Basophils

0.0
0.0-0.2
10*9/L
Granulocytes Immature

0.0
0.0-0.1
10*9/L
General Chemistry
Glucose Fasting

5.1
3.3-5.5
mmol/L
Hemoglobin A1C
Hemoglobin A1C

5.3
4.5-6.0
%
Therapeutic target for most adults with
type 1 or type 2 diabetes is <=7.0%. In
the frail elderly and patients who are
prone to hypoglycemia, target is <=8.5%.
A1c >=6.5% meets the criterion for type
2 diabetes mellitus in adults.
See 2018 Diabetes Canada guidelines.
Lipids
Cholesterol
A
5.89
2.00-5.19
mmol/L
LDL Cholesterol
A
4.04
1.50-3.40
mmol/L
The optimal LDL cholesterol level for
intermediate and high risk individuals
is <= 2.00 mmol/L. If triglycerides are
=> 1.50 mmol/L, consider monitoring of
alternate lipid targets non HDL-cholest-
erol or apoB. For low risk individuals
with LDL cholesterol => 5.00 mmol/L,
target reduction of LDL cholesterol
=> 50 percent. See Can J Cardiol 2013
vol 29 pgs 151 to 167.
HDL Cholesterol

1.63
>0.99
mmol/L
New method effective September 17,2018,
with improved specificity and reduced
interferences in patients with liver
disease.

For further information please contact
the Bio-Chemist on call at 1-800-431-
7206.
Chol/HDL (Risk Ratio)

3.61
<4.9

Non HDL Cholesterol

4.26

mmol/L
Non HDL-cholesterol is calculated from
total cholesterol and HDL-C and is not
affected by the fasting status of the
patient. The optimal non HDL-cholesterol
level for intermediate and high risk
individuals is <= 2.60 mmol/L. See Can J
Cardiol 2013 vol 29 pgs 151 to 167.
Triglycerides

0.48
<2.21
mmol/L
Thyroid Function
TSH

1.87
0.32-5.04
mU/L
The free T4 order was cancelled. The
BCMA/MSP Protocol recommends no further
testing. However, a specimen will be
stored 4 days.
 
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Reference Range
Units

 
I know we ignore cholesterol, but are triglycerides good in this. They seem fairly low. I know A1C is a bit high as well. Have to give up honey and those excessive carbs I’m guilty of sometimes. I’ve been really strict and good with keeping carbs low the past week.

Is there any value to looking at hematology even if the numbers are within the reference range? Can anybody translate or do they know of a good guide to read on interpreting it?

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