rubella titer

rubella titer

Etymology: L, rubellus, somewhat red; Fr, titre, standard
a serological test to determine a patient's state of immunity against rubella.

rubella titer

A blood test to determine a person's immune status to rubella.
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a rubella titer that does not drop at the expected rate of a twofold decline per month).
As a cost-saving measure, employees who appeared to require rubella vaccine were first asked to have a rubella titer drawn to check for immunity.