Abnormal levels of cholesterol or fat in their blood.
2. Type 2 diabetes
When not enough insulin is produced by their body for it to function properly, or when their body’s cells do not react to insulin.
Having an underactive thyroid gland, a gland which is found in the neck. This gland produces hormones that are released into the bloodstream to control the body's growth and metabolism.
4. Prophylaxis of thrombosis
Medication to prevent thrombosis (this group will include patients that may have had a clot in the past or are at increased risk of clots and have been prescribed blood thinning agents such as warfarin).