hepatitis panel

hepatitis panel

Lab medicine A standard battery of lab tests that are the most cost-effective in evaluating the clinical and immune status of a person with possible hepatitis. Cf Organ panels.
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Because the initial labs were non-diagnostic, we proceeded with a sputum stain and culture, human immunodeficiency virus testing, a hepatitis panel, and a peripheral blood smear.
HIV Panel, Hepatitis Panel, Sexual transmitted panel.
Laboratory tests, including red and white blood cell count, haemoglobin, cyclic citrullinated peptide antibody, rapid plasma regain, hepatitis panel, antinuclear antibody, rheumatoid factor, lyme markers and serum uric acid revealed no abnormalities.
There was only 1 group available: hepatitis panel (hepatitis B surface antigen and anti-hepatitis C virus), which did not include HAV testing.
An acute viral hepatitis panel analysis was performed and the patient was negative for Hepatitis A, B, and C.
Although viral hepatitis has become less common, an acute hepatitis panel (approved by CMS) is typically done.
Effective January 1, 2000 (CPT 2000), the acute hepatitis panel has been revised (CPT#80074) to re-include the tests for lgM anti-HAV and lgM anti-HBc.
Japan Joint Hepatitis Panel Meeting held in Tokyo in January 1995.
We expect this hepatitis panel of assays to be launched in the second quarter of 2006 and to be available to all of the markets we serve outside the United States.
If any of the liver tests are elevated, order a total bile acid level (which is the most sensitive indicator of ICP) and a hepatitis panel (or specific hepatitis tests based on the patient's history of exposures and vaccinations).
Due to these findings, gastroenterology was consulted and additional blood tests were performed including a hepatitis panel for A, B, and C and an HIV viral load, all of which were negative.
The tests involved include urine bacterial culture, blood counts, lipids, prothrombin time, iron studies, blood glucose, thyroid testing, hepatitis panel, and fecal occult blood.