ILP Student

Fayed Morshedi

Fayed Morshedi is a UNSW student who is currently completing his Independent Learning Project in Emergency Medicine with SWERI. He is undertaking a Bachelor of Medical Studies/Doctor of Medicine degree at UNSW. His research with SWERI focuses on the neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio (NLR), a simple biomarker which could be used for assessment of patients in the Emergency Department. The project is a retrospective observational study investigating the potential for NLR to be used in the diagnosis and risk stratification of patients with abdominal pain. Univariate and multivariate analysis will be conducted on clinical data from a 2-year period to determine whether NLR is associated with and can be used to independently predict outcomes in patients who present to the Emergency Department with abdominal pain. If successful, this study could provide initial evidence for the incorporation of NLR as an inexpensive, easily accessible tool for the assessment of patients with abdominal pain.

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