Blood Test Results 26 November 2020

The great thing about todays technology is you can now access your test results online and so I now have my test results from the 24th November although I have not had a phonecall from the surgery yet and indeed I may not get a phone call as the test results for the most part are normal.

This test is the mid point test between my ocology appointments and the main thing I am interested in and the main thing they are interested in is my PSA which has risen slightly to 93.04 which is abnormal (as it states below) but is expected, it was previously, 6 weeks ago at 85, so while it is way above the range it should be (0.0 – 4.5) it is fairly stable and it is stability that we are looking for.

That and my general health which for the most part is good so I believe that when my Oncologist sees these results he will be pleased and will wait to see me in January 2021.

A copy of the blood test results are below for those who might be interested, I have highlighted things of interest.

Clinician viewed24 Nov 2020
Result typePathology
TestsSerum prostate specific antigen level
Filed by
ResultAbnormal, but expected
What you need to doOther (copy to oncology)

Pathology Investigations

Serum prostate specific antigen level 93.04 ug/L [0.0 – 4.5]

Above high reference limit

Please note: From 09/10/2009, age related ranges are reported — Afro-

Caribbean reference ranges:- Age :

40 – 49 Up to 2.0g/L —

50 – 59 Up to 4.0g/L —

60- 69 Up to 4.5g/L —

70 -79 Up to 5.5g/L ~

Clinician viewed24 Nov 2020
Result typePathology
TestsLiver function tests
Filed by
ResultNormal
What you need to doNo Further Action

Liver function tests

Serum albumin level 36 g/L [35.0 – 50.0]

Serum total bilirubin level 8 umol/L [0.0 – 21.0]

Serum alkaline phosphatase level 66 iu/L [30.0 – 130.0]

Serum alanine aminotransferase level 18 iu/L [10.0 – 37.0]

Result typePathology
TestsRenal function tests Bone profile Full blood count
Filed by
ResultSatisfactory
What you need to doNo Further Action

Renal function tests

Serum sodium level 143 mmol/L [133.0 – 146.0]

Serum potassium level 3.9 mmol/L [3.5 – 5.3]

Serum creatinine level 80 umol/L [62.0 – 115.0]

Glomerular filtration rate > 60 mL/min [60.0 – 150.0]

GFR COMMENT Interpret eGFR with caution for people with extremes of muscle mass.

Note: CKD staging would not apply in Acute Renal Failure.

If your patient is an Afro-Caribbean, multiply eGFR result by 1.212

For general guide www.renal.org/eGFR

Bone profile

Serum calcium level 2.19 mmol/L [2.2 – 2.6]

Below low reference limit

Calcium adjusted level 2.27 mmol/L [2.2 – 2.6]

Serum albumin level 36 g/L [35.0 – 50.0]

Serum inorganic phosphate level 1.36 mmol/L [0.8 – 1.5]

Serum alkaline phosphatase level 67 iu/L [30.0 – 130.0]

Full blood count

Haemoglobin concentration 116 g/L [130.0 – 180.0]

Below low reference limit

Total white blood count 6.2 10*9/L [4.0 – 11.0]

Platelet count – observation 237 10*9/L [150.0 – 450.0]

Mean cell volume 87 fl [76.0 – 96.0]

Red blood cell count 4.16 10*12/L [4.5 – 5.5]

Below low reference limit

PCV 0.360 /L [0.4 – 0.51]

Below low reference limit

Mean cell haemoglobin level 27.9 pg [27.0 – 32.0]

Neutrophil count 3.8 10*9/L [2.0 – 8.0]

Lymphocyte count 1.3 10*9/L [1.0 – 4.8]

Monocyte count – observation 0.7 10*9/L [0.2 – 0.8]

Eosinophil count – observation 0.4 10*9/L [0.0 – 0.4]

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