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Bloodwork Cardiology Result

Bloodwork Cardiology Result BACTA ORDERED BY: Dr. Francis Pulaski MEDICAL CENTRE Bellevue Medical Centre Patient info lamar.d@bactamed.edu (603) 555-54321 x1523 NAME: John Doe COLLECTED: 11/02/2010, 10:40 a.m. GENDER: M AGE: 49 DOB: 01/10/1961 RECEIVED: 11/02/2010, 1:03 p.m. 1 About this test This report evaluates your potential risk of heart disease, heart attack, and stroke. 2 Your results CRP level test your level of a specific protein in the blood linked to inflammation of blood vessels 3.3 Low risk O mg/L Average 1 - 3 High risk of cardiovascular disease 3 - 10 mg/L Total cholesterol level 265 Desirable Borderline High 200 - 239 240 240+ LDL “bad" cholesterol 233 Optimal O mg/DL Borderline High high Near Very High Optimal 100 - 129 160 - 189 190 190+ 130 - 159 HDL "good" cholesterol 32 Low O mg/DL Normal High 40-59 60 60 + 3 Your risk You show an elevated risk of cardiovascular disease If you're a smoker with normal blood pressure, (130 mm/Hg) but family history of heart attack before age 60 (one or both parents) your risk over 10 years is: Your risk would be lowered to 15% 12% if your blood pressure were 120mm/Hg 10% if you quit smoking 6% if you reduced cholesterol to 160mg/DL Use your CRP results and cholesterol level to calculate your 10 risk of a cardiovascular event at ReynoldsRisk.org 4 What now? Diet & exercise- can improve your cholesterol levels Quitting smoking- can decrease your heart disease risk Ask your doctor about statins or other Consider retesting in 1 to 2 weeks to exclude a temporary mhuhurlurlnlmdudanlkuke| medications that can by 50% or more lower cholesterol spike in blood levels David McCandless & Stefanie Posavec for Wired Magazine // informationisbeautiful.net Bloodwork Cardiology Result ВАСТА ORDERED BY: Dr. Francis Pulaski MEDICAL CENTRE Bellevue Medical Centre Patient info lamar.d@bactamed.edu (603) 555-54321 x1523 NAME: John Doe COLLECTED: 11/02/2010, 10:40 a.m. GENDER: M AGE: 49 DOB: 01/10/1961 RECEIVED: 11/02/2010, 1:03 p.m. 1 About this test This report evaluates your potential risk of heart disease, heart attack, and stroke. 2 Your results CRP level test your level of a specific protein in the blood linked to inflammation of blood vessels 3.3 Low risk O mg/L Average 1 - 3 High risk of cardiovascular disease 3 - 10 mg/L Total cholesterol level 265 Desirable Borderline High 200 - 239 240 240+ LDL “bad" cholesterol 233 Optimal O mg/DL Borderline High high Near Very High Optimal 100 - 129 160 - 189 190 190+ 130 - 159 HDL "good" cholesterol 32 Low O mg/DL Normal High 40-59 60 60 + 3 Your risk You show an elevated risk of cardiovascular disease If you're a smoker with normal blood pressure, (130 mm/Hg) but family history of heart attack before age 60 (one or both parents) your risk over 10 years is: Your risk would be lowered to 15% 12% if your blood pressure were 120mm/Hg 10% if you quit smoking 6% if you reduced cholesterol to 160mg/DL Use your CRP results and cholesterol level to calculate your 10 risk of a cardiovascular event at ReynoldsRisk.org 4 What now? Diet & exercise- can improve your cholesterol levels Quitting smoking- can decrease your heart disease risk Ask your doctor about statins or other Consider retesting in 1 to 2 weeks to exclude a temporary medications that can by 50% or more lower cholesterol spike in blood levels David McCandless & Stefanie Posavec for Wired Magazine // informationisbeautiful.net Bloodwork Cardiology Result ВАСТА ORDERED BY: Dr. Francis Pulaski MEDICAL CENTRE Bellevue Medical Centre Patient info lamar.d@bactamed.edu (603) 555-54321 x1523 NAME: John Doe COLLECTED: 11/02/2010, 10:40 a.m. GENDER: M AGE: 49 DOB: 01/10/1961 RECEIVED: 11/02/2010, 1:03 p.m. 1 About this test This report evaluates your potential risk of heart disease, heart attack, and stroke. 2 Your results CRP level test your level of a specific protein in the blood linked to inflammation of blood vessels 3.3 Low risk O mg/L Average 1 - 3 High risk of cardiovascular disease 3 - 10 mg/L Total cholesterol level 265 Desirable Borderline High 200 - 239 240 240+ LDL “bad" cholesterol 233 Optimal O mg/DL Borderline High high Near Very High Optimal 100 - 129 160 - 189 190 190+ 130 - 159 HDL "good" cholesterol 32 Low O mg/DL Normal High 40-59 60 60 + 3 Your risk You show an elevated risk of cardiovascular disease If you're a smoker with normal blood pressure, (130 mm/Hg) but family history of heart attack before age 60 (one or both parents) your risk over 10 years is: Your risk would be lowered to 15% 12% if your blood pressure were 120mm/Hg 10% if you quit smoking 6% if you reduced cholesterol to 160mg/DL Use your CRP results and cholesterol level to calculate your 10 risk of a cardiovascular event at ReynoldsRisk.org 4 What now? Diet & exercise- can improve your cholesterol levels Quitting smoking- can decrease your heart disease risk Ask your doctor about statins or other Consider retesting in 1 to 2 weeks to exclude a temporary medications that can by 50% or more lower cholesterol spike in blood levels David McCandless & Stefanie Posavec for Wired Magazine // informationisbeautiful.net Bloodwork Cardiology Result ВАСТА ORDERED BY: Dr. Francis Pulaski MEDICAL CENTRE Bellevue Medical Centre Patient info lamar.d@bactamed.edu (603) 555-54321 x1523 NAME: John Doe COLLECTED: 11/02/2010, 10:40 a.m. GENDER: M AGE: 49 DOB: 01/10/1961 RECEIVED: 11/02/2010, 1:03 p.m. 1 About this test This report evaluates your potential risk of heart disease, heart attack, and stroke. 2 Your results CRP level test your level of a specific protein in the blood linked to inflammation of blood vessels 3.3 Low risk O mg/L Average 1 - 3 High risk of cardiovascular disease 3 - 10 mg/L Total cholesterol level 265 Desirable Borderline High 200 - 239 240 240+ LDL “bad" cholesterol 233 Optimal O mg/DL Borderline High high Near Very High Optimal 100 - 129 160 - 189 190 190+ 130 - 159 HDL "good" cholesterol 32 Low O mg/DL Normal High 40-59 60 60 + 3 Your risk You show an elevated risk of cardiovascular disease If you're a smoker with normal blood pressure, (130 mm/Hg) but family history of heart attack before age 60 (one or both parents) your risk over 10 years is: Your risk would be lowered to 15% 12% if your blood pressure were 120mm/Hg 10% if you quit smoking 6% if you reduced cholesterol to 160mg/DL Use your CRP results and cholesterol level to calculate your 10 risk of a cardiovascular event at ReynoldsRisk.org 4 What now? Diet & exercise- can improve your cholesterol levels Quitting smoking- can decrease your heart disease risk Ask your doctor about statins or other Consider retesting in 1 to 2 weeks to exclude a temporary medications that can by 50% or more lower cholesterol spike in blood levels David McCandless & Stefanie Posavec for Wired Magazine // informationisbeautiful.net Bloodwork Cardiology Result ВАСТА ORDERED BY: Dr. Francis Pulaski MEDICAL CENTRE Bellevue Medical Centre Patient info lamar.d@bactamed.edu (603) 555-54321 x1523 NAME: John Doe COLLECTED: 11/02/2010, 10:40 a.m. GENDER: M AGE: 49 DOB: 01/10/1961 RECEIVED: 11/02/2010, 1:03 p.m. 1 About this test This report evaluates your potential risk of heart disease, heart attack, and stroke. 2 Your results CRP level test your level of a specific protein in the blood linked to inflammation of blood vessels 3.3 Low risk O mg/L Average 1 - 3 High risk of cardiovascular disease 3 - 10 mg/L Total cholesterol level 265 Desirable Borderline High 200 - 239 240 240+ LDL “bad" cholesterol 233 Optimal O mg/DL Borderline High high Near Very High Optimal 100 - 129 160 - 189 190 190+ 130 - 159 HDL "good" cholesterol 32 Low O mg/DL Normal High 40-59 60 60 + 3 Your risk You show an elevated risk of cardiovascular disease If you're a smoker with normal blood pressure, (130 mm/Hg) but family history of heart attack before age 60 (one or both parents) your risk over 10 years is: Your risk would be lowered to 15% 12% if your blood pressure were 120mm/Hg 10% if you quit smoking 6% if you reduced cholesterol to 160mg/DL Use your CRP results and cholesterol level to calculate your 10 risk of a cardiovascular event at ReynoldsRisk.org 4 What now? Diet & exercise- can improve your cholesterol levels Quitting smoking- can decrease your heart disease risk Ask your doctor about statins or other Consider retesting in 1 to 2 weeks to exclude a temporary medications that can by 50% or more lower cholesterol spike in blood levels David McCandless & Stefanie Posavec for Wired Magazine // informationisbeautiful.net Bloodwork Cardiology Result ВАСТА ORDERED BY: Dr. Francis Pulaski MEDICAL CENTRE Bellevue Medical Centre Patient info lamar.d@bactamed.edu (603) 555-54321 x1523 NAME: John Doe COLLECTED: 11/02/2010, 10:40 a.m. GENDER: M AGE: 49 DOB: 01/10/1961 RECEIVED: 11/02/2010, 1:03 p.m. 1 About this test This report evaluates your potential risk of heart disease, heart attack, and stroke. 2 Your results CRP level test your level of a specific protein in the blood linked to inflammation of blood vessels 3.3 Low risk O mg/L Average 1 - 3 High risk of cardiovascular disease 3 - 10 mg/L Total cholesterol level 265 Desirable Borderline High 200 - 239 240 240+ LDL “bad" cholesterol 233 Optimal O mg/DL Borderline High high Near Very High Optimal 100 - 129 160 - 189 190 190+ 130 - 159 HDL "good" cholesterol 32 Low O mg/DL Normal High 40-59 60 60 + 3 Your risk You show an elevated risk of cardiovascular disease If you're a smoker with normal blood pressure, (130 mm/Hg) but family history of heart attack before age 60 (one or both parents) your risk over 10 years is: Your risk would be lowered to 15% 12% if your blood pressure were 120mm/Hg 10% if you quit smoking 6% if you reduced cholesterol to 160mg/DL Use your CRP results and cholesterol level to calculate your 10 risk of a cardiovascular event at ReynoldsRisk.org 4 What now? Diet & exercise- can improve your cholesterol levels Quitting smoking- can decrease your heart disease risk Ask your doctor about statins or other Consider retesting in 1 to 2 weeks to exclude a temporary medications that can by 50% or more lower cholesterol spike in blood levels David McCandless & Stefanie Posavec for Wired Magazine // informationisbeautiful.net

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