Lifestyle

Lifestyle

Lifestyle includes items such as daily routine, alcohol, smoking, drugs and other medications or exposures that can affect your health.

For each common blood test, Bioscore has chosen the best infographic and included information to improve the customer experience and understanding for this test.

We include the key score or value by date, along with pathology lab standard reference ranges, plot starting values and targets and include the ability to set alerts and notifications.

All of this data comes together in an infographic that is designed so that it’s easy to understand.

All Blood Health Tests

Lipid Panel
Cholesterol
HDL
LDL
Triglycerides

Blood Sugar
Fasting Blood Glucose
HbA1C
Glucose Tolerance

White Blood Cells
WBC Count
Other values

Red Blood Cells
RBC Count
Haemoglobin
Hematocrit
Platelets
Other values

Electrolytes
Sodium
Pottasium
Magnesium
Chloride
Other values

Other Wellness
Kidney tests
Liver tests
C Reactive Protein
Thyroid
Testosterone
Growth hormone
Cortisol
Selenium
Vitamin D
Iron
Omega 3&6
Many more….

Scores, Dashboard and Reports

Users have their health data presented to them in a series of dashboards, lists and reports. You can drill down on this high level material and analyse historical data sets and other information or generate your scores as a PDF for email.

Case Study: Jessica Robertson

-For example purposes only –
Jesica visited her clinician pre pregnancy in order to gain a base line medical report. She felt that her immune system was low and she had contracted influenza a few times in the year prior to her health check.

Her doctor ordered a full blood count which included the following White Blood Cell Count.

Body Test Result

Lifestyle results are normally taken from online surveys and connected to subjects such as alcohol intake, smoking, drugs and medications.

Reports & Professional Comments

Any test result can be added to a client report.

Your Scores

Test: White Blood Cell Count – WBC
Name: Jessica Robertson
Score: 3.3
Measure: k/mm3

Date: 12 April 2018
By: ABC Pathology
Test Type: Blood Test

Your Infographic

Your Personal Comments

Jessica, your scores on this test are outside the standard reference range.

The standard reference range for white blood cells is 3.6-11.0. Your score of 3.3 means that your white blood cell count is lower than most people. I note also that your electrolyte levels are low in several areas.

There are several ways to boost your your immune system to protect against infections including vitamins, supplements and a nutrition plan.

I suggest that we book another appointment to discuss these test results and talk about the alternatives to help you in this area.

Dr John Citizen
ABC Family Practice

Test Details

Test Name:
Test Abbrev:
Type:
Measure:

White Blood Cell Count
WBC
Blood Test
k/mm3

Range High:
Range Low:
High Alert:
Low Alert:

3.6
11.0

Details:

A blood glucose test measures the amount of glucose in your blood. Glucose, a type of simple sugar, is your body’s main source of energy. Your body converts the carbohydrates you eat into glucose.

Relationships:

Infections
Immune system

Other Links:

https://www.healthline.com/health/glucose-test-blood