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LPL - PSC VASUNDHARA 2


1205 ,SECTOR- 5, NR CITY MALL
VASUNDHARA GHAZIABAD. Ph
No-0120-4297111

Name

Ms. RADHIKA SOOD

Lab No.

110282258

Age: 20 Years

A/c Status

Ref By :

Gender:

DR ANURAG GOEL

Female

Collected
Received
Reported

: 26/7/2015 10:28:00AM
: 26/7/2015 10:26:12AM
: 26/7/2015 9:42:33PM

Report Status

: Final

Test Name

Results

Units

Bio. Ref. Interval

UREA, SERUM
(Urease UV)

15.00

mg/dL

17.00 - 43.00

URIC ACID, SERUM


(Uricase)

4.70

mg/dL

2.60 - 6.00

CALCIUM, SERUM
(Arsenazo III)

8.90

mg/dL

8.80 - 10.60

THYROID PROFILE, FREE, SERUM


(CLIA)

T3, Free; FT3

2.96

pg/mL

2.30 - 4.20

T4, Free; FT4

1.15

ng/dL

0.80 - 2.00

TSH, Ultrasensitive

1.686

uIU/mL

0.700 - 6.400

Reference Ranges for pregnancy


------------------------------------------------------------------------| PREGNANCY
| REFERENCE RANGE for TSH in | REFERENCE
|REFERENCE
|
|
| uIU/mL (As per American
| RANGE for FT3|RANGE for FT4 |
|
| Thyroid Association)
| in pg/mL
|in ng/dL
|
|-------------|----------------------------|--------------|---------------|
|1st Trimester| 0.100 - 2.500
| 2.11-3.83
|0.70 -2.00
|
|-------------|----------------------------|--------------|---------------|
|2st Trimester| 0.200 - 3.000
| 1.96-3.38
|0.50 -1.60
|
|-------------|----------------------------|--------------|---------------|
|3st Trimester| 0.300 - 3.000
| 1.96-3.38
|0.50 -1.60
|
--------------------------------------------------------------------------

Note

1. TSH levels are subject to circadian variation, reaching peak levels between 2 - 4.a.m. and at a
minimum between 6-10 pm. The variation is of the order of 50%. hence time of the day has influence
on the measured serum TSH concentrations.
2. TSH Values <0.03 uIU/mL need to be clinically correlated due to presence of a rare TSH variant in
some individuals
Clinical Use

Primary Hypothyroidism
Hyperthyroidism
Hypothalamic - Pituitary hypothyroidism
Inappropriate TSH secretion
Nonthyroidal illness
Autoimmune thyroid disease
Pregnancy associated thyroid disorders
Thyroid dysfunction in infancy and early childhood

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LPL - PSC VASUNDHARA 2
1205 ,SECTOR- 5, NR CITY MALL
VASUNDHARA GHAZIABAD. Ph
No-0120-4297111

Name

Ms. RADHIKA SOOD

Lab No.

110282258

Age: 20 Years

A/c Status

Ref By :

Gender:

DR ANURAG GOEL

Female

Collected
Received
Reported

: 26/7/2015 10:28:00AM
: 26/7/2015 10:26:12AM
: 26/7/2015 9:42:33PM

Report Status

: Final

Test Name

Results

Units

VITAMIN D, 25 - HYDROXY, SERUM


(CLIA)

158.35

nmol/L

Bio. Ref. Interval

Interpretation
------------------------------------------------------------| LEVEL
| REFERENCE RANGE | COMMENTS
|
|
| IN nmol/L
|
|
|---------------|-----------------|---------------------------|
| Deficient
| < 50
| High risk for developing |
|
|
| bone disease
|
|---------------|-----------------|---------------------------|
| Insufficient | 50-74
| Vitamin D concentration
|
|
|
| which normalizes
|
|
|
| Parathyroid hormone
|
|
|
| concentration
|
|---------------|-----------------|---------------------------|
| Sufficient
| 75-250
| Optimal concentration
|
|
|
| for maximal health benefit|
|---------------|-----------------|---------------------------|
| Potential
| >250
| High risk for toxic
|
| intoxication |
| effects
|
-------------------------------------------------------------

Note

The assay measures both D2 (Ergocalciferol) and D3 (Cholecalciferol) metabolites of vitamin D.

25 (OH)D is influenced by sunlight, latitude, skin pigmentation, sunscreen use and hepatic function.

Optimal calcium absorption requires vitamin D 25 (OH) levels exceeding 75 nmol/L.

It shows seasonal variation, with values being 40-50% lower in winter than in summer.

Levels vary with age and are increased in pregnancy.

The recommended test for evaluation of 25 Hydroxy Vitamin D is by LC-MS/MS

Comments

Vitamin D promotes absorption of calcium and phosphorus and mineralization of bones and teeth. Deficiency
in children causes Rickets and in adults leads to Osteomalacia. It can also lead to Hypocalcemia and
Tetany. Vitamin D status is best determined by measurement of 25 hydroxy vitamin D, as it is the major
circulating form and has longer half life (2-3 weeks) than 1,25 Dihydroxy vitamin D (5-8 hrs).
Decreased Levels

Inadequate exposure to sunlight

Dietary deficiency

Vitamin D malabsorption

Severe Hepatocellular disease

Drugs like Anticonvulsants

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LPL - PSC VASUNDHARA 2
1205 ,SECTOR- 5, NR CITY MALL
VASUNDHARA GHAZIABAD. Ph
No-0120-4297111

Name

Ms. RADHIKA SOOD

Lab No.

110282258

Age: 20 Years

A/c Status

Ref By :

DR ANURAG GOEL

Test Name

Gender:

Results

Female

Collected
Received
Reported

: 26/7/2015 10:28:00AM
: 26/7/2015 10:26:12AM
: 26/7/2015 9:42:33PM

Report Status

: Final

Units

Bio. Ref. Interval

Nephrotic syndrome

Increased levels

Vitamin D intoxication

Dr Onjal Taywade
MD (Biochemistry)
Consultant Biochemist

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