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#1 sthira

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Posted 25 January 2018 - 08:51 PM


You'd think Donald Trump would be in the demographic striving for lifespan extension: wealthy, powerful, probably terrified he'll lose wealth and power to the inevitable aging and decrepitude that shall overtake us all currently. I'm surprised if he's not on board with something-something to attempt to slow his decline. We don't know what we don't know. He's 71.

Leave politics alone for a moment, turn a blind eye away from Orwell (e.g., "In our age there is no such thing as 'keeping out of politics.' All issues are political issues, and politics itself is a mass of lies, evasions, folly, hatred and schizophrenia.") and wonder if there's any value looking at Trump's recent publicized lab results.

His US taxpayer funded doctor recently reported:

"With President Trump’s consent, I release the following health information:"

Vital Statistics

Age: 71 years, 7 months
Height: 75 inches
Weight: 239 pounds
Resting heart rate: 68 bpm
Blood pressure: 122/74 mm
Hg Pulse-oximetry: 99% room air
Temperature: 98.4 degrees F

Physical Examination by System (to include studies)

Eyes: Uncorrected visual acuity was 20/30 bilaterally, with corrected visual acuity of 20/20 bilaterally. Visual fields were normal. Fundoscopic exam was normal bilaterally. Intraocular pressures were normal bilaterally. No ocular pathology was discovered.

Head/Ears/Nose/Throat: Normal exam of the head, ears, nose, mouth, and throat.

Dental: Healthy teeth and gums.

Neck: Normal thyroid exam. No noted lymphadenopathy. Auscultation of the carotid arteries normal.

Pulmonary: Lungs clear to auscultation. A screening Low Dose CT of the chest demonstrated no pulmonary pathology.

Cardiac: Heart exam normal. Regular rhythm. No murmurs or other abnormal heart sounds noted. ECG with normal sinus rhythm, rate of 71, normal axis, and no other significant findings. Transthoracic Echocardiogram demonstrated normal LV systolic function, EF 60-65%, normal LV chamber size and wall thickness, no wall motion abnormalities. RV normal, atria grossly normal, all valves normal. Exercise Stress Echocardiogram demonstrated above average exercise capacity based on age and sex, and normal heart rate, blood pressure, and cardiac output response to exercise. No evidence of ischemia noted and wall motion was normal in all images.

Gastrointestinal: Normal exam. No masses, hepatomegaly or splenomegaly noted. Normal optical colonoscopy with no polyps or abnormal findings completed June 2013. Repeat colonoscopy not indicated and was deferred until next periodic physical exam.

Genitourinary: Normal exam.

Extremities/Musculoskeletal: Normal throughout. Full range of motion in all joints. Strong distal pulses and good capillary refill in all extremities. No swelling or edema noted.

Neurological: Examination of cranial nerves, cerebellar function, deep tendon reflexes, motor function, and sensory system all normal. Cognitive Screening Exam using the Montreal Cognitive Assessment was normal with a score of 30/30.

Dermatologic: Normal exam. No evidence of melanoma, basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, or any other significant dermatologic disease.

Laboratory Results


Lipid Panel:


Total cholesterol: 223 (mg/dL)

Triglycerides: 129 (mg/dL)

HDL cholesterol: 67 (mg/dL)

LDL cholesterol: 143 (mg/dL)

Cholesterol to HDL ratio: 3.3
Complete Blood Count:
WBC: 5.5 (K/UL)

HGB: 16.1 (g/dL)

HCT: 48.7 (%)

PLT: 241 (K/UL)

Extended Metabolic Panel:


Fasting Blood Glucose: 89 (mg/dL)

BUN: 19.0 (mg/dL)

CREAT: 0.98 (mg/dL)

ALT: 27 (U/L)

AST: 19 (U/L)

Hemoglobin AlC: 5.0 (%)


Vitamin D: 20.0 (ng/ml)

PSA: 0.12 (ng/ml)

TSH: 1.76 (ulU/ml)

Urinalysis:
Appearance: Clear

Negative
Ketones: 
Negative
Glucose: 
Negative
Blood:

Past Medical History
* Hypercholesterolemia
* Rosacea

Past Surgical History
Appendectomy (age 11)

Social History
* No past or present use of alcohol.
* No past or present use of tobacco.


Medications

Rosuvastatin (Crestor), 10 mg daily to lower cholesterol.


Acetylsalicylic Acid (Aspirin), 81mg daily for cardiac health.


Finasteride (Propecia), 1 mg daily for prevention of male pattern hair loss.


Ivermectin Cream (Soolantra), As needed for treatment of Rosacea


Multi-vitamin (Centrum Silver), Daily for overall health maintenance.


Immunizations

* Prevnar 13 (to prevent pneumococcal pneumonia) and Twinrix (to prevent hepatitis A/B) given.
* Routine vaccinations, to include seasonal influenza, all up to date.
* All indicated travel vaccinations up to date.

Summary

The President’s overall health is excellent. His cardiac performance during his physical exam was very good. He continues to enjoy the significant long term cardiac and overall health benefits that come from a lifetime of abstinence from tobacco and alcohol. We discussed diet, exercise and weight loss. He would benefit from a diet that is lower in fat and carbohydrates and from a routine exercise regimen. He has a history of elevated cholesterol and is currently on a low dose of Rosuvastatin. In order to further reduce his cholesterol level and further decrease his cardiac risk, we will increase the dose of this particular medication. The President is currently up to date on all recommended preventive medicine screening tests and exams.
All clinical data indicates that the President is currently very healthy and that he will remain so for the duration of his Presidency."

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#2 tunt01

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Posted 26 January 2018 - 02:39 AM

Pretty bad Vitamin D number.  Trigs a touch high.  LDL is definitely high.

 

I know Sanjay Gupta got into a tizzy over his coronary calcium score, but it seems like there is pretty conflicting views on that.



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#3 Nate-2004

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Posted 29 January 2018 - 04:15 PM

The vitamin D is definitely insufficient but not deficient.

 

I'm baffled as to how he's got numbers this good. 


Edited by Nate-2004, 29 January 2018 - 04:16 PM.


#4 ceridwen

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Posted 29 January 2018 - 04:47 PM

Probably wonderful genes

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#5 tunt01

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Posted 29 January 2018 - 04:47 PM

The vitamin D is definitely insufficient but not deficient.

 

I'm baffled as to how he's got numbers this good. 

 

I think the statin is part of it.  Other than, he's always been a very busy, strong healthy person.  Genetics/environmental history.







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