What is in the report

The report provides easy to understand information that puts your results in context and avoids the use of medical terms where possible. Depending on which health assessment you have chosen, the report will be over 21 pages.
There is a traffic light summary to give you a clear picture of your overall health and all of the measures that your report covers.

Introduction

This printed report provides your detailed results from your health screening. Please take time to review them and look at any suggested action. If it recommands to see your GP please take this report with you along with the GP letter also provided.

Key results

The following lists your key results at a glace and indicates if any of the areas that might require further investigation. It uses a simple traffic light system for easy reference. There is also a summary of any highlighted area that might require you to see your GP.

Blood tests

Total colesterol level7 mmol/L
Serum HDL cholesterol level2 mmol/L
Non-HDL cholesterol level5 mmol/L
cholesterol ratio (TC/HDL) level3.5
Random Blood Glucose4 mmol/L (Fasting)

Impedance tests

Body Fat (Impendance)5%
Visceral Fat (Impendance)5 (Rating)
Bone Mass (Impendance)5 Kg
Hydration (Impendance)5 %

Each result is then explained in more detail on its own page that gives some context and understanding on what the measure is telling you and your result. If there is any follow up action recommended, this will be explained. You will be sent a letter to give to your GP if the follow up action involves going to see your GP. We will call you to talk over the results if there is any urgent follow up required.

Your 10 year cardiovascular risk (QRISK2)

0% 10% 20% 30%
Cardiovascular Risk Score (QRISK2): 5.6%
< 10 >= 10 to < 20 >=20 to < 30 >=30
Desirable Raised High Very High
Next steps: Normal Reading - No action required
QRISK2 Heart Age: 57 years

QRISK2

QRISK2 is a prediction algorithm that gives a predication of how likely you are to have a cardiovascular event. It is based on parameters that have been measured during your screening and includes items like your cholesterol levels, your age, your weight etc.

Our reports reflect our approach which is to give you the information to understand your state of health and take actions which let you live healthy and live well.

If your risk is greather than 20%:

You have a greater than 20% chance of developing CVD over the next 10 years. You can reduce your risk, where appropriate, by quitting smoking, reducing your blood pressure, eating healthily, reducing your cholesterol level, becoming more physically active and reducing your weight. You may also benefit from taking medication (statin) and you should see your GP about this.

If your risk is above 10 and less than 20%:

You have a greater than 10 and less than 20% chance of developing CVD over the next 10 years. You can reduce your risk, where appropriate, by quitting smoking, reducing your blood pressure, eating healthily, reducing your cholesterol level, becoming more physically active and reducing your weight. You may also benefit from taking medication (statin)

Our reports reflect our approach which is to give you the information to understand your state of health and take actions which let you live healthy and live well.