Only offer if you are from a scientific background and know how to analyse haematology, microbiology, cellular pathology and other relevant results. If you do it will be a very straightforward task for you. Some starting info: A 38-year old man made an appointment to see his GP after suffering from a fever for 24 hours. On examination, the patient was found to have a temperature of 38.4oC and a distended abdomen. On discovering the patient had returned from a business trip to West Africa 9 days earlier, the GP immediately referred him to the local hospital for further investigation. Urine and blood samples were taken and the following results were generated by the Clinical Chemistry laboratory of the hospital: 32 g/L Albumin (reference range: 39-50 g/L) 156 IU/L Alkaline phosphatase (reference range: 44-147 IU/L) 48 IU/L Alanine aminotransferase (reference range: 8-37 IU/L) 46 IU/L Aspartate aminotransferase (reference range: 10-34 IU/L) 23 mmol/L Bicarbonate (reference range: 20-29 mmol/L) 2.07 mmol/L Calcium (reference range: 2.20-2.60 mmol/L) 90 mmol/L Chloride (reference range: 96-106 mmol/L) 150 μmol/L Creatinine (reference range: 80-120 μmol/L) 4.3 mmol/L Glucose (reference range: 3.5-5.5 mmol/L) 4.5 mmol/L Potassium (reference range: 3.7-5.2 mmol/L) 132 mmol/L Sodium (reference range: 136-144 mmol/L) 40 μmol/L Total Bilirubin (reference range: 2-20 μmol/L) 64 g/L Total Protein (reference range: 63-79 g/L) 6.2 mmol/L Urea (reference range: 3.0-7.0 mmol/L). Urinalysis revealed blood and protein in the urine. Urine protein test indicated there was 210 mg/L protein in the urine (normal range: <150 mg/L). Once this project is awarded I will send you the rest of the info and if you are successful at it I will be providing you with more work.
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I am an MD, with MSc in epidemiology and Ph.D in pathology. I am from Colombia but studied in Canada. I have full record of Scientific publications in many peer reviewed and high impact journals.