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HIV 1 and 2 Ag and Ab Screen

Centralized Core Laboratory - : Chemistry

Test ID :
Test Workstation :
Specimen Type:
Tube Type:
Purple top (EDTA) tube
Collection Volume:
10.0 mL (minimum 3.0 mL)
Minimum Volume:
1.5 mL (3 mL if confirmatory testing is required.)
Preferred Volume:
3 mL
Shipping- Send Refrigerated; Storage- Room Temp: 7 days; Refrigerated: 4 weeks; Frozen: 3 months
24 hours/day, 7 days/week
Roche- Electrochemiluminescence Immunoassay sandwich principle
Special Instructions:
Initially Reactive specimens will be sent out for supplemental HIV Antibody Confirmation/ Differentiation testing. If confirmatory testing is required, EDTA plasma is the only acceptable specimen type.
4 hours
Additional Info:
Reference range: Non-Reactive
CPT Code:

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