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compare & contrast the normal physiological processes and the possible pathology suggested by the data collected?
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I don't know anything about Biomedical topics (Probably not the right forum on TSR for that), but information about this part is mostly available from the NHS websites:
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Outline how data collected is stored and shared to benefit patients in the National Health Service and what legislation is in place to protect the data from misuse.
How data is collected - usually with a system like this:
https://digital.nhs.uk/data-and-info...n-service-sdcs

How the data is stored - On storage devices which are attached to a secure network belonging to the NHS - https://www.england.nhs.uk/digitalte...and-care-data/ (usually inside a data centre)

Methods of accessing data and how the data is protected: https://digital.nhs.uk/services/data...t-service-dars
Also see GDPR legislation for more on Data Protection laws.
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Perform a practical task to determine the presence of glucose in the “samples” received. This practical task is a common clinical test generating patient data.
Analyse the data collected with reference to normal physiological values and suggest reasons why some samples may vary from this. Compare and contrast the normal physiological processes and the possible pathology suggested by the data collected.
Include in this report information about the following systems in the human body:
● Cardiovascular
● Urinary
● Musculoskeletal
Outline how data collected is stored and shared to benefit patients in the National Health Service and what legislation is in place to protect the data from misuse.
Reflect on 3 new skills and 3 new pieces of learning which have been of personal significance to you.
Please don't just type out your homework question without even having the common courtesy to ask someone if they would mind helping you, or indeed what sort of help you might like. It's rude and disrespectful to the people who spend their free time helping people on this forum. This isn't some sort of computerised answer bank - there are actually people behind the answers. Please have the decency to treat them as such.

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Please don't just type out your homework question without even having the common courtesy to ask someone if they would mind helping you, or indeed what sort of help you might like. It's rude and disrespectful to the people who spend their free time helping people on this forum. This isn't some sort of computerised answer bank - there are actually people behind the answers. Please have the decency to treat them as such.

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I understand that but just to let you know, I'm not looking for answers or somebody else to do my work, I'm just asking the right steps that's it hence I have no informations regarding this.
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I don't know anything about Biomedical topics (Probably not the right forum on TSR for that), but information about this part is mostly available from the NHS websites:

How data is collected - usually with a system like this:
https://digital.nhs.uk/data-and-info...n-service-sdcs

How the data is stored - On storage devices which are attached to a secure network belonging to the NHS - https://www.england.nhs.uk/digitalte...and-care-data/ (usually inside a data centre)

Methods of accessing data and how the data is protected: https://digital.nhs.uk/services/data...t-service-dars
Also see GDPR legislation for more on Data Protection laws.
Thank you so much for the clarification.
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