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SIDDHARTH KASYAP

7/B, HARMESH HOUSE, 4TH FLR, NR GREEN LOWN SCHOOL, SEA FACE,

Reference:Dr.JAIN SID: 110336684 Collected On:

WORLI
Tel No: 9819920666 PID NO: 402044 Age:33.00 Years Sex:MALE

03/02/2012 08:50 AM Registered On: 03/02/2012 04:09 PM Reported On: 03/02/2012 09:56 PM

Haemogram
Test Description Observed Value Biological Reference Interval

Erythrocytes : Erythrocyte (RBC) Count Haemoglobin (Hb) PCV (Packed Cell Volume) MCV (Mean Corpuscular Volume) MCH (Mean Corpuscular Hb) MCHC (Mean Corpuscular Hb Concn.) RDW (Red Cell Distribution Width) RBC Morphology Hypochromia Microcytosis Anisocytosis Poikilocytosis Macrocytosis Polychromasia Others Leucocytes: Total Leucocytes (WBC) count Neutrophils Lymphocytes Monocytes Eosinophils Basophils Platelets: Platelet count MPV (Mean Platelet Volume) PCT ( Platelet Haematocrit) PDW (Platelet Distribution Width) Smear Review by Pathologist . . . .

4.61 14.6 44.0 95.4 31.6 33.2 15.7 NORMAL 10,300 54.0 38.0 5.0 3.0 0.0 300 8.00 0.24 16.50 -

4.7 to 6.0 mill/c.mm 13.5 to 18 gm/dL 42 to 52% 78 to 100 fl. 27 to 31 pg 32 to 36 g/dl 11.5 to 14.0 %

4,000 to 10,500/c.mm 40 to 80% 20 to 40% 2 to 10% 1 to 6% 0 to 2 % 150 to 450 X 1000/c.mm 6 to 9.5 cum 0.2 to 0.5% 9 to 17%

Tests done on Automated Five Part Cell Counter. All Abnormal Haemograms are reviewed & Confimed Microscopically. Differential count is based on approximately 10,000 cells.

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SIDDHARTH KASYAP
7/B, HARMESH HOUSE, 4TH FLR, NR GREEN LOWN SCHOOL, SEA FACE,

Reference:Dr.JAIN SID: 110336684 Collected On:

WORLI
Tel No: 9819920666 PID NO: 402044 Age:33.00 Years Sex:MALE

03/02/2012 08:50 AM Registered On: 03/02/2012 04:09 PM Reported On: 03/02/2012 09:56 PM

Test Description
25 Hydroxy (OH) Vit D,serum by CLIA

Observed Value BELOW 5.0

Biological Reference Interval


Deficiency : Below 10 ng/ml* Insufficiency : 10 to 30 ng/ml Sufficiency : 30 to 100 ng/ml Toxicity : Above 100 ng/ml

Vitamin D is a fat soluble vitamin and exists in two main forms as cholecalciferol(vitamin D3) which is synthesized in skin from 7-dehydrocholesterol in response to sunlight exposure & Ergocalciferol(vitamin D2) present mainly in dietary sources.Both cholecalciferol & Ergocalciferol are converted to 25(OH)vitamin D in liver. Testing for 25(OH)vitamin D is recommended as it is the best indicator of vitamin D nutritional status as obtained from sunlight exposure & dietary intake. For diagnosis of vitamin D deficiency it is recommended to have clinical correlation with serum 25(OH)vitamin D, serum calcium, serum PTH & serum alkaline phosphatase. During monitoring of oral vitamin D therapy- suggested testing of serum 25(OH)vitamin D is after 12 weeks or 3 mths of treatment. However, the required dosage of vitamin D supplements & time to achieve sufficient vitamin D levels show significant seasonal(especially winter) & individual variability depending on age, body fat, sun exposure, physical activity ,genetic factors(especially variable vitamin D receptor responses), associated liver or renal disease, malabsorption syndromes and calcium or magnesium deficiency influencing the vitamin D metabolism Vitamin D toxicity is known but very rare.kindly correlate clinically, repeat with fresh sample if indicated.

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SIDDHARTH KASYAP
7/B, HARMESH HOUSE, 4TH FLR, NR GREEN LOWN SCHOOL, SEA FACE,

Reference:Dr.JAIN SID: 110336684 Collected On:

WORLI
Tel No: 9819920666 PID NO: 402044 Age:33.00 Years Sex:MALE

03/02/2012 08:50 AM Registered On: 03/02/2012 04:09 PM Reported On: 03/02/2012 09:56 PM

Test Description Biochemistry :


Calcium serum by cresolphthalein complexone method Creatinine, serum by Jaffe method.

Observed Value 8.81 0.79

Biological Reference Interval Adults : 8.5 to 10.1 mg/dl 0.8 to 1.3 mg/dL

Enzymes
SGOT (AST), serum by Enzymatic method

38.00 RECHECKED 76.00 RECHECKED

16 - 19 yrs. : 10 - 41 U/l
Adults: 15 to 37 U/l

SGPT (ALT), serum by Enzymatic method

14 - 15 yrs. : 24 - 59 U/l
16 - 19 yrs. : 24 - 54 U/l Adults: 30- 65 U/l

Vitamins
Holotranscobalamin(Active Vitamin B12) by MEIA

7.01 RECHECKED CORRELATE CLINICALLY

19.1 to 119.3 pmol/L **


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The Transcobolamin-Vitamin B12 Complex (Biologically avaliable cobalamin ) is called Holotranscobalamin which promotes the uptake of its cobalamin by all cells. It is a better indicator of Vitamin B12 status than Total serum Cobalamin.

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