with patient rate of 027 Please tell me whatdoes it means HI, i am 48 years old and i just got my HBsAg test done. As per report of a lab I am nonreactive with patient rate of 0.27 . Please tell me whatdoes ...
if even 3 years later on hiv test results as non-reactive,,what it means...???? as i usually sex without ny protection with my gf,,her divorced husband has now hiv+,but she had no relation with him since ...
my vdrl is reactive 1:2 2yrs ago.then 1:4 a year ago.been tested for TPHA TPPA and were negative.also done work ups for SLE, HIV, Hep B all yields negative result also.doctors said i have no disease and i ...
was tested hiv elisa which came nonreactive but at the bottom of paper it was written, this test was done out of four different blood samples . Would you be kind enough to to tell me whatdoesnonreactive ...
I got a letter from cord blood bank that my hep b was reactive for hep b core antibody. Whatdoes it mean for me and my baby? I tested neg at the beg of pregnan
It means that hep B was there just dormant, core antibody shows you are the chronic carries case. dont worry only Surface antigens are threats to babies. core ones dont do that much
i got the result of my blood test today and it says HBsAg w/ titer (cmia) 5268.97 reactive. whatdoes it mean
You are positive for Hepatitis B infection, get your HBV viral load done and if the values are more than 1,000 IU/Ml consult a gastroenterologist. you will need treatment if the viral load is more than 10,000 IU/ml. get your liver function tests done. if you are married with children and other members in the family have to be tested for HBsAg if they are neagtive vaccinate them 100% effective
I just received a lab report indicating that my C-reactive protein is high (6.3). whatdoes this mean abd what should I do?
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It is an acute phase reactant like sedimentation rate (ESR)
It only indicates there is a problem (not the nature) and its approximate severity
See an Internist (or Immunologist) / get yourself examined / at times, more investigation may be necessary...
Generally, prognosis is excellent
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