Discuss the 3 cases of Patient A, B, C separately by talking about the risks of potential diseased by analyzing the results from the case study

Discuss the 3 cases of Patient A, B, C separately by talking about the risks of potential diseased by analyzing the
results from the case study. Include the table. Discuss the mechanism of the possible diseases associated with
each patient. Always state the normal values for each case and see if the results are normal or abnormal.
Speculate progressive diseases for each case.
Patient A is hypertensive and diabetic ketoacidosis, abnormal haematocrit, they have chronically albuminorea
however spot urine sample may not be ideal therefore correction factor should be considered. Patient A may
have cardiomyopathy, myocardial infarction, ischemia, risks of coronary vent , risks of how alcohol leads to beta
dysfunction, talk about risks of obesity as diabetic patient, speak more about diabetic neuropathy, speak about
atherosclerosis & thrombosis (renal issues should included) talk about risk of age and gender. Alcohol leads to
pancreatic beta cell dysfunction. They are obese and have renal issues.
Patient B is a female and females have higher risk of cardiovascular disease than men. She has diabetes type 2 –
discuss mechanism of insulin resistance. Person B does not smoke and no blood in the urine. Obese, have kidney
damage. May be pro-diabetic. HBIAC
Patient C is female and is healthy, normal blood pressure, BMI is normal, may have low carb diet. She smokes
and drinks alcohol, Blood pressure is normal she has urinary tract infection and mention antibiotics she has
blood in the iron suggests little albumin.
Write about BMI of each case and mention why BMI is not the greatest indicator of obesity because of muscle
and bone density. However against the big population BMI is a good indicator of obesity.
References must be in alphabetical order

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