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IGA QUANTITATIVE BLOOD (IGA)

Department: Chemistry
Test Synonym(s): Immunoglobulin A, IGA
CPT Codes: 82784
Methodology: Immunoturbidimetric
Reference Range: 0 Abbott-<3mo: 1-34 mg/dL, 3mo-<1yr: 8-91, 1yr CALIPER-<3yrs: 0-90, 3-<6yrs: 30-150, 6-<14yrs: 50-220, 14-<19yrs: 50-290, Abbott 19-<60yrs female: 65-421, 19-<60yrs male: 63-484, 60-150yrs female: 69-517, 60-150yrs male: 101-645
Tube Type: Light green PST (Lithium Heparin with or without gel) tube - 4.5 mL
Specimen: Serum or Plasma
Alternate Specimen: Sodium Heparin, EDTA, Red top tube - 5 mL
Pediatric Requirements: Draw 2 microtainers
Volume: 2 mL plasma
Minimum Volume: 0.5 mL plasma
Temperature: Separate immediately from clot and analyze promptly
Stability: 20-25 C: 8 months; 2-8 C: 8 months; -20 C 8 months
Reasons for Rejection: Hemolysis, improper collection
Days Performed: Daily

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