An abnormality report shows the test results we've found in our clients that are outside the "normal" range. A "new" abnormality is one that was discovered at that year's health screening. An "old" abnormality means the problem is one that was already known to the client, either from a previous health screening with EHSS, or a visit to a physician. It's important to find old abnormalities as well, for it may mean that the client isn't following the doctor's instructions concerning medication, diet or exercise.
|Entire Service Region|
|7/1/00 - 6/30/01|
|Complete Blood Count||359||873|
|Blood Urea Nitrogen||146||310|
|Pap Test/Pelvic Exam||8||61|
|Total Number of Clients Screened = 1,415|
|Number of Clients With at Least One New Abnormality = 1,235