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 Recent changes for Isohaemagglutinin titre

Recent changes for Isohaemagglutinin titre

Date
Field
Changed From
Changed To
22nd May 2019
Request Group

ISOHGT

Processing Instructions

A Blood Group and Antibody screen should be performed by Eastern Health Pathology in conjunction with this request ( in order to check for other antibodies and allow reporting of isohaemagglutinin titre ). Blood samples should be held and transported at 4 deg C. Samples can be held ( at 4 deg C ) for up to 3 days before dispatch.

A Blood Group and Antibody screen should be performed by Eastern Health Pathology in conjunction with this request ( in order to check for other antibodies and allow reporting of isohaemagglutinin titre ). Blood samples should be held and transported at 4 deg C. Samples can be held ( at 4 deg C ) for up to 3 days before dispatch.

Method

Isohaemagglutinin titre may be requested in organ transplant patients as a base line test and at different times post transplant. The test refers to the titre of any of anti A and anti B in serum. Each individual produces different quantities of these antibodies. In Renal transplant patients ( given non ABO matched organs ) a rise from baseline isohaemagglutinin titre may prompt clinical intervention.

Isohaemagglutinin titre may be requested in organ transplant patients as a base line test and at different times post transplant. The test refers to the titre of any of anti A and anti B in serum. Each individual produces different quantities of these antibodies. In Renal transplant patients ( given non ABO matched organs ) a rise from baseline isohaemagglutinin titre may prompt clinical intervention.

Isohaemagglutinin titre

Ordering information:

Typically requested in a patient likely to undergo ABO incompatible renal transplant.

Alternate names:
Anti A titre, Anti B titre, Anti-A, Anti-B
Laboratory:
Referred Test
Test Code:
ISOHGT
Specimen types:
Blood
Container types:
Pink EDTA (6mL)Pink EDTA (6mL)
Collection Instructions:
Transport specimen at Room Temperature to lab
Minimum Adult Volume:
5 mL
Laboratory Use Only

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