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N/AALB*CCL, James, RRL East, MMMP, SSCBC
This Albumin method is a modification of the Doumas and Rodkey procedures utilizing a different buffering system. At pH 4.2, bromocresol green reacts with albumin to form an intense green complex. The absorbance of the albumin-BCG complex is measured bichromatically (600/800nm) and is proportional to the albumin concentration in the sample.
g/dLN/AOSUWMC Reference Range Study effective 12.11.2013; Pediatric Reference Ranges, Soldin, 1999 ; Synchron Performance Verification Manual A222191.5-6.01.5-18.0
Mint Green (Plasma) or Gold SST (Serum)
7 Days
30 Days
2 mL Serum-Plastic vial
Avoid hemolysis. Separate from blood cells as soon as
possible.
CCL, RRL, James Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. MMMP, SSCBC M-F 7:30a-4:30p Expected TAT = 8 hours
Chemistry1502CAP-C: UH, SSCBC, MMMP  122-API: EastCCL: AU1  RRL: 2111884  MMMP: AU3  SSCBC: AU 680 #3 (SN  3102651)ModerateYESA
  
N/AALP*CCL, James, RRL East, MMMP, SSCBC
This ALP procedure is based on the method developed by Bowers and McComb2 and has been formulated as recommended by the AACC and IFCC3. Alkaline phosphatase activity is determined by measuring the rate of conversion of p-nitro-phenylphosphate (pNPP) in the presence of 2-amino-2-methyl-1-propanol (AMP) at pH 10.4.
U/LN/AOSUWMC Reference Range Study effective 12.11.2013; Pediatric Reference Ranges, Soldin, 1999 :Synchron Performance Verification Manual A222195-15005-15,000
Mint Green (Plasma) or Gold SST (Serum)
1 Day
4 Days, stored frozen (-20°C) after this time
2 mL Serum -Plastic vial
Avoid Hemolysis. Serum should be separated from the cells within two hours after
collection
CCL, RRL, James Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. MMMP, SSCBC M-F 7:30a-4:30p Expected TAT = 8 hours
Chemistry1504CAP-C: UH, SSCBC, MMMP 122-API: EastCCL: AU1  RRL: 2111884  MMMP: AU3  SSCBC: AU 680 #3 (SN  3102651)ModerateYESA
  
N/AFLALPCCL
See ALP
U/L
The reference range and other method performance specifications have not been established for this fluid specimen.
N/AN/A5-15005-15,000
Fluid
See serum stability
See serum stability
N/A
N/A
CCL Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. Expected TAT = 4 hours
Chemistry4271FLD2AU1ModerateNoA
  
SGPTALT*CCL, James, RRL, James, MMMP, SSCBC
Transfer of the amino group from alanine to a-oxoglutarate to form pyruvate and glutamate. The pyruvate enters a lactate dehydrogenase (LD) catalyzed reaction with NADH to produce lactate and NAD+. The decrease in absorbance due to the consumption of NADH is measured at 340nm and is proportional to the ALT activity in the sample.
U/L
Female: 18+ years 9-48 Male: 18+ years: 10-52
>1000OSUWMC Reference Range Study effective 12.11.2013; Pediatric Reference Ranges, Soldin, 1999                                   (Lower end of reference range modified to agree with the linear limits.)3-5003-25,000
Mint Green (Plasma) or Gold SST (Serum)
1 Day
3 days refrigerated,  store frozen (-20°C) after this time
2 mL SERUM-PLASTIC vial
Avoid Hemolysis. Serum should be separated from the red cells as soon as
possible after collection.
CCL, RRL, James Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. MMMP, SSCBC M-F 7:30a-4:30p Expected TAT = 8 hours
Chemistry1501CCL: AU1  RRL: 2111884  MMMP: AU3  SSCBC: AU 680 #3 (SN  3102651)ModerateYESA
  
N/AFALTCCL
See ALT
U/L
The reference range and other method performance specifications have not been established for this fluid specimen.
N/AN/A3-5003-25,000
Fluid
See serum stability
See serum stability
N/A
N/A
CCL Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. Expected TAT = 4 hours
Chemistry4342FLD2AU1ModerateNoA
  
N/ANH3*CCL,RRL, MMMP, James
Direct enzymatic procedure based on the following reaction sequence:-
Glutamate dehydrogenase (GLDH) NH4 + α-ketoglutarate + NADH —> Glutamate + NAD + H2O. The reagent contains LDH in excess, to rapidly reduce endogenous pyruvate so that it does not interfere with the assay system: reagent also incorporates a patented stabilization process which renders the reagent stable in the liquid phase.
umol/L
All 11.0-35.0
N/AClinical Guide to Laboratory Tests, Tietz, 199510-60010-3,000
Sodium heparin, Lithium heparin or EDTA {Must be collected on ice} Centrifuge cold and keep at 2-4 °C
N/A
Stable for 3 hours or 24 hours at -20°C
Only collected as inpatient; if oupatient is needed, they MUST be collect at Ross lab; For URL customers: specimens are time sensitive, contact URL for detailed handling instructions.
Collect on ice; For URL customers: specimens are time sensitive, contact URL for detailed handling instructions.
CCL, RRL Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. MMMP M-F 7a-4:30p Expected TAT = 4 hour
Chemistry1505CAP-C: UH, MMMP  138-API: EastUH: AU1  EAST: 2111884   MMMP:AU3ModerateNOA
  
N/AAMY*CCL, RRL, MMMP, James
The release of 2-chloro-4-nitrophenol (CNP) from the substrate and the resulting absorbance increase per minute is directly related to the α-Amylase activity in the sample. The resulting increase in absorbance can be measured
spectrophotometrically at 410/480nm.
U/L>500OSU validated 48 outpatints from Family Practice See Method Val binders. Pediatric Reference Ranges, Soldin, 199910-2,00010-10,000
Mint Green (Plasma) or Gold SST (Serum)
7 Days
30 days
2 mL Serum-Plastic vial
Avoid Hemolysis. Separate from blood cells as soon as possible.
CCL, RRL, James Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. MMMP M-F 7:30a-4:30p Expected TAT = 8 hours
Chemistry1506CAP-C: UH, MMMP  122-API: EASTUH: AU1  EAST: 211884   MMMP:AU3ModeratelyYESA
  
N/AFAMYCCL
See Amylase
U/L
Pleural: Fluid amylase measurements greater than the reference interval for serum or a fluid to serum amylase ratio greater than 1.0 may suggest acute pancreatitis, chronic pancreatic pleural effusion, or esophageal leakage.
N/AState of the art. The pleura Sahn SA Am Rev Respir Dis. 1988;138(1):184.10-2,00010-10,000
Fluid
Analyze upon receipt
See serum stability
N/A
N/A
CCL Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. Tested Immediately Upon Recipt Expected TAT = 4 hours
Chemistry1594CAP-FLDUH: AU1ModeratelyNoA
  
N/AUAMY (AMYU1, Random) CCL
The release of 2-chloro-4-nitrophenol (CNP) from the substrate and the resulting absorbance increase per minute is directly related to the α-Amylase activity in the sample. The resulting increase in absorbance can be measured
U/L
None established
N/AN/A10-150010-dilute to end point
Urine
Recommeneded to analyze within 2 hours of collection No preservative is required. Adjust ph to 7.0 before storage
N/A
N/A
N/A
CCL Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. Tested Immediately Upon Recipt Expected TAT = 4 hours
Chemistry1507CAP-UUH: AU1ModeratelyNoA
  
SGOTASTCCL, RRL, James, MMMP, SSCBC
Catalyzes the transamination of aspartate and α-oxoglutarate, forming L-glutamate and oxalacetate. The oxalacetate is then reduced to
L-malate by malate dehydrogenase, while NADH is simultaneously converted to NAD+.The decrease in absorbance due to the consumption of
NADH is measured at 340 nm and is proportional to the AST activity in the sample.
U/L>1000OSUWMC Reference Range Study effective 12.11.2013; Pediatric Reference Ranges, Soldin, 19993-10003-50,000
Mint Green (Plasma) or Gold SST (Serum)
1 Day
4 weeks
2mL Serum-Plastic vial
Avoid Hemolysis
CCL, RRL, James Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. MMMP, SSCBC M-F 7:30a-4:30p Expected TAT = 8 hours
Chemistry1600CAP-C: UH, SSCBC, MMMPUH: AU1; East: 2111884; MMMP: AU3; SSCBC: 680 #3 (SN 3102651)ModeratelyYesA
  
N/AFLASTCCL
See AST
U/L
The reference range and other method performance specifications have not been established for this fluid specimen.
N/AN/A3-10003-50,000
Fluid
See serum stability
See serum stability
N/A
N/A
CCL Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. Expected TAT = 4 hours
Chemistry4341FLD2UH: AU1ModeratelyNoA
  
Serum Pregnancy TestBHCG*CCL, RRL, James, SSCBC
Lateral-flow test using a monoclonal antibody specific to the beta subunit of hGC.
Qualitative
Non-pregnant = Negative Pregnant = Positive
N/APackage InsertPositive                                  NegativePositive                                  Negative
Gold SST (Serum)
8 Hours
48 Hours, freeze at -20C after 48 hours
N/A
N/A
CCL, RRL, James Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. SSCBC M-F 7:30a-4:30p Expected TAT = 8 hours
Chemistry1603UH:HCG  East: API-407 SSCBC: Cap Kit CNAModeratelyYesB
  
Urine Pregnancy TestUHCG*CCL, RRL, James, MMMP, SSCBC
Lateral-flow test using a monoclonal antibody specific to the beta subunit of hGC.
Qualitative
Non-pregnant = Negative Pregnant = Positive
N/APackage InsertPositive                                  NegativePositive                                  Negative
Urine
8 hours
72 Hours
N/A
N/A
CCL, RRL, James Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. MMMP, SSCBC M-F 7:30a-4:30p Expected TAT = 8 hours
Chemistry2743 (CCL/RRL), 2730 (MMP)  2732 (SSCBC)UH, SSCBC, MMMP: Cap-CMP  East: API-232NAModerateNoB
  
N/ABHY*CCL, RRL
D-3 Hydroxybutyrate in the presence of NAD gets converted to acetoacetate and NADH. NADH produced reacts with INT in the presence of diaphorase to produce color at 505nm. Absorbance is proportional to B- Hydroxybutyrate in sample.
mmol/L
0.02-0.27
≥1.2Stanbio-Package Insert0-8.00-24.0
Gold SST (Serum )
Separate from cells immediately
7 Days
2 mL Serum-Plastic vial. REFRIGERATE
Grossly hemolyzed specimens MUST be rejected.
CCL, RRL Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. Expected TAT = 8 hours
Chemistry2161UH: C-KET  East: WSLHUH: AU1; East: 2111884ModerateNOB
  
N/ABILD*CCL, James, RRL East, MMMP, SSCBC
Direct (conjugated) bilirubin couples directly with a diazonium salt of 3,5-dichloroaniline (DPD) in an acid medium to form azobilirubin.
The direct bilirubin in serum is directly proportional to the color development of azobilirubin which is measured bichromatically at 570/660 nm.
mg/dL
All < 0.3
N/AClinical Guide to Laboratory Tests, Tietz, 19950.0-10.00-30
Mint Green (Plasma) or Gold SST (Serum)
8 hours (Analyze as soon as possible)
3 days when protected from light
2 mL Serum-Plastic vial
Avoid Hemolysis. Preferred specimen is protected from light.
CCL, RRL, James Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. MMMP, SSCBC M-F 7:30a-4:30p Expected TAT = 8 hours
Chemistry1508UH, SSCBC, MMMP: CAP-C  East: API-122UH: AU1;  East 2111884; MMMP AU3; SSCBC AU 680 #3 (SN 3102751)ModeratelyNOB
  
N/AFBILDCCL
Direct (conjugated) bilirubin couples directly with a diazonium salt of 3,5-dichloroaniline (DPD) in an acid medium to form azobilirubin.
The direct bilirubin in serum is directly proportional to the color development of azobilirubin which is measured bichromatically at 570/660 nm.
mg/dL
Peritoneal: Elevated peritoneal bilirubin may suggest bile within the abdomen.
N/AAscitic fluid bilirubin concentration as a key to choleperitoneum. Runyon BA J Clin Gastroenterol. 1987;9(5):543.0.0-10.00-30
Fluid
Analyze upon receipt
See serum stability
NA
Avoid Hemolysis. Preferred specimen is protected from light.
CCL Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. Tested Immediately Upon Recipt Expected TAT = 4 hours
Chemistry1848FLD2UH:AU1ModeratelynoB
  
N/AFBILICCL
A stabilized diazonium salt, 3,5-dichlorophenyldiazonium tetrafluoroborate (DPD), reacts with bilirubin to form azobilirubin which absorbs at 570/660 nm.
mg/dL
Peritoneal: Elevated peritoneal bilirubin may suggest bile within the abdomen.
N/AAscitic fluid bilirubin concentration as a key to choleperitoneum. Runyon BA J Clin Gastroenterol. 1987;9(5):543.0.0-30.00-90
Fluid
Analyze upon receipt
See serum stability
NA
Avoid Hemolysis. Preferred specimen is protected from light.
CCL Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. Tested Immediately Upon Recipt Expected TAT = 4 hours
Chemistry1848FLD2UH:AU1ModeratelyNoB
  
N/ABILTCCL, James, RRL East, MMMP, SSCBC
A stabilized diazonium salt, 3,5-dichlorophenyldiazonium tetrafluoroborate (DPD), reacts with bilirubin to form azobilirubin which absorbs at 570/660 nm.
mg/dLnoneClinical Guide to Laboratory Tests, Kaplin, 20030.0-30.00-90
Mint Green (Plasma) or Gold SST (Serum)    Protect from light
1 Day
3 days when protected from light
2 mL Serum-Plastic vial
Avoid Hemolysis. Preferred specimen is protected from light.
CCL, RRL, James Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. MMMP, SSCBC M-F 7:30a-4:30p Expected TAT = 8 hours
Chemistry1509UH, SSCBC, MMMP: CAP-C  East: API-122UH:AU1; East 2111884; MMMP AU3; SSCBC AU680 #3 (SN 3102651)ModeratelyYESB
  
N/ABUNCCL, jAMES, RRL East, MMMP, SSCBC
Urea is hydrolyzed enzymatically by urease to yield ammonia and carbon dioxide. The ammonia and α-oxoglutarate are converted to glutamate in a reaction catalyzed by L-glutamate dehydrogenase (GLDH). Simultaneously, a molar equivalent of reduced NADH is oxidized.3,4,5 Two molecules of NADH are oxidized for each molecule of urea hydrolyzed. The rate of change in absorbance at 340 nm, due to the disappearance of NADH, is directly proportional to the BUN concentration in the sample.
mg/dL
All 7-22
>100.0OSUWMC Reference Range Study effective 12.11.20132-1302-650
Mint Green (Plasma) or Gold SST (Serum)
1 Day
5 Days
2mL Serum-Plastic vial
Avoid Hemloysis
CCL, RRL, James Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. MMMP, SSCBC M-F 7:30a-4:30p Expected TAT = 8 hours
Chemistry1835UH, SSCBC, MMMP: CAP-C  East: API-122UH:AU1; East 2111884; MMMP AU3; SSCBC AU680 #3 (SN 3102651)ModeratelyYESB
  
N/AFBUNCCL
Urea is hydrolyzed enzymatically by urease to yield ammonia and carbon dioxide. The ammonia and α-oxoglutarate are converted to glutamate in a reaction catalyzed by L-glutamate dehydrogenase (GLDH). Simultaneously, a molar equivalent of reduced NADH is oxidized.3,4,5 Two molecules of NADH are oxidized for each molecule of urea hydrolyzed. The rate of change in absorbance at 340 nm, due to the disappearance of NADH, is directly proportional to the BUN concentration in the sample.
mg/dL
Peritoneal: Peitoneal fluid urea nitrogen and creatinine levels that are greater than serum levels may imply intraperitoneal leakage of urine outside of the urinary tract. Normal reference intervals for peritoneal creatinine and urea are thought to be e
N/APeritoneal fluid urea nitrogen and creatinine reference values. Obstet Gynecol. Manahan KJ, Fanning J. 1999 May;93(5 Pt 1):780-2.2-1302-650
Fluid
Analyze upon receipt
See serum stability
N/A
N/A
CCL Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. Expected TAT = 4 hours
Chemistry1866FLD2UH:AU1ModeratelyYesU
  
N/AUREARCCL, RRL
Urea is hydrolyzed enzymatically by urease to yield ammonia and carbon dioxide. The ammonia and α-oxoglutarate are converted to glutamate in a reaction catalyzed by L-glutamate dehydrogenase (GLDH). Simultaneously, a molar equivalent of reduced NADH is oxidized.3,4,5 Two molecules of NADH are oxidized for each molecule of urea hydrolyzed. The rate of change in absorbance at 340 nm, due to the disappearance of NADH, is directly proportional to the BUN concentration in the sample.
mg/dL
None established
N/AClinical Guide to Laboratory Tests, Tietz, 199520-130020-13,000
Random Urine
Recommended that urine assays be performed within 2 hours of collection.
5 Days
Refrigerate
N/A
CCL, RRL Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. Expected TAT = 8 hours
Chemistry1557UH: CAP-U East: API-143UH: AU1; East: 2111884ModeratelyNoU
  
N/ACA*CCL, James, RRL East, MMMP, SSCBC
Calcium ions (Ca2+) reacting with Arsenazo III (2,2’-[1,8-Dihydroxy-3,6-disulphonaphthylene-2,7-bisazo]-
bisbenzenear-sonic acid) to form an intense purple colored complex.absorbance of the Ca-Arsenazo III
complex is measured bichromatically at 660/700 nm.
mg/dL<6.0                    >12.0OSUWMC Reference Range Study effective 12.11.2013; Pediatric Reference Ranges, Soldin, 19994.0-18.04.0-18.0
Mint Green (Plasma) or Gold SST (Serum)
7 Days
22 Days
2mL Serum-Plastic vial
Avoid Hemolysis. Separated from red cells as soon as possible.
CCL, RRL, James Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. MMMP, SSCBC M-F 7:30a-4:30p Expected TAT = 8 hours
Chemistry1510UH, SSCBC, MMMP: CAP-C  East: API-122UH: AU1;  East: 2111884; MMMP: AU3; SSCBC: AU 680 #3 (SN 3102751)ModeratelyYESC
  
N/AFCACCL
Calcium ions (Ca2+) reacting with Arsenazo III (2,2’-[1,8-Dihydroxy-3,6-disulphonaphthylene-2,7-bisazo]-bisbenzenear-sonic acid) to form an intense purple colored complex.absorbance of the Ca-Arsenazo IIIcomplex is measured bichromatically at 660/700 nm.
mg/dL
The reference range and other method performance specifications have not been established for this fluid specimen.
N/AN/A4.0-18.04.0-18.0
Fluid
See serum stability
See serum stability
N/A
N/A
CCL Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. Expected TAT = 4 hours
Chemistry1849FLD2UH: AU1ModeratelyNoC
  
N/ACALCRCCL, RRL
See Calcium / Creatinine
Ca mg / Creat mg
0-6 months: <0.86
7-18 months: <0.60
19 months-2 years: <0.42
>3 years: <0.22
N/AClinical Guide to Laboratory Tests, Tietz, 1995NA calculationNA calculation
Urine (Acidified to pH 1.5-2.0 at the time of testing), no preservatives
Recommended to analyze within 2 hours of collection. Stable for 5 Days
5 weeks
REFRIGERATE.
It is recommended that testing be performed within 2 hours of collection.
CCL, RRL Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. Tested Immediately Upon Receipt Expected TAT = 8 hours
Chemistry1511UH: CAP-U East: API-143UH: AU1; East: 2111884ModeratelyNoC
  
N/ACARB*CCL
Competition between
drug in the sample and drug labeled with the enzyme glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PDH)
for antibody binding sites. Enzyme activity decreases upon binding to the antibody, so the drug concentration in the sample can be measured in terms of enzyme activity. Active enzyme converts oxidized nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) to NADH, resulting in an absorbance change
mcg/mL
All 4.0-12.0  (Therapeutic Range)
>15.0Applied Clinical Pharmacokinetics, 2001                       Micromedex, OSU Intranet2.0-20.02-100.0
Mint Green (Plasma) or Gold SST (Serum)
8 hours
Refrigerated stability 48 hours, freeze after 48 hours
2mL Serum-Plastic vial. Refrigerate serum/plasma as soon as possible after separation from the cells
Draw sample just before next dose. Specify draw time on requisition.
CCL, RRL Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. Tested Immediately Upon Recipt Expected TAT = 8 hours
Special Chemistry1637UH: CAP-C  East: API-132UH: AU1; East: 2111884ModeratelyYESC
  
N/ACHOLCCL, RRL, MMMP, SSCBC
Cholesterol esters in serum are hydrolyzed by cholesterol esterase (CHE). The free cholesterol produced is oxidized by cholesterol oxidase (CHO) to
cholest-4-en-3-one with the simultaneous production of hydrogen peroxide (H202), which oxidatively couples with 4-aminoantipyrine and phenol in the
presence of peroxidase to yield a chromophore.
The red quinoneimine dye formed can be measured spectrophotometrically at 540/600 nm as an increase in absorbance.
mg/dLN/AClinical Guide to Laboratory Tests, Tietz, 1995; Pediatric Reference Ranges, Soldin, 199925-70025-2100
Mint Green (Plasma) or Gold SST (Serum)
1 Day
7 Days
2 mL Serum-Plastic vial
Patient should be fasting 12-14 hours.
CCL, RRL Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. MMMP, SSCBC M-F 7:30a-4:30p Expected TAT = 8 hours
Chemistry1514UH, SSCBC, MMMP: CAP-C  East: API-122UH: AU1;  East: 2111884; MMMP: AU3; SSCBC: AU 680 #3 (SN 3102751)ModeratelyYESC
  
N/AFCHOLCCL
See Cholesterol
mg/dL
Pleural: A pleural cholesterol measurement greater than 45 mg/dL is one component of the diagnostic criteria for exudates.
N/ADiagnostic value of tests that discriminate between exudative and transudative pleural effusions. Primary Study Investigators Heffner JE, Brown LK, Barbieri CA Chest. 1997;111(4):970.25-70025-2100
Fluid
Analyze upon receipt
See serum stability
N/A
N/A
CCL Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. Tested Immediately Upon Recipt Expected TAT = 4 hours
Chemistry1852CAP-FLDUH: AU1ModeratelyNoC
  
N/ACK*CCL, RRL, James, MMMP
CK reversibly catalyzes the transfer of a phosphate group from creatine phosphate to (ADP) to give creatine and (ATP) as products. The ATP formed is used to produce glucose-6-
phosphate and ADP from glucose. This reaction is catalyzed by hexokinase (HK) which requires magnesium ions for maximum activity. The glucose-
6-phosphate is oxidized by the action of the enzyme glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6P-DH) with simultaneous reduction of the coenzyme
nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NADP) to give NADPH and 6-phosphogluconate. The rate of increase of absorbance at 340/660 nm due to the formation of NADPH is directly proportional to the activity of CK in the sample.
U/L
Female: 19+ years 30-184 Male: 19+ years 30-220
>500OSUWMC Reference Range Study effective 12.11.2013; Pediatric Reference Ranges, Soldin, 199910-200010-200,000
Mint Green (Plasma) or Gold SST (Serum)
4 hours
8-12 hours
2mL Serum-Plastic vial. Frozen
Avoid Hemolysis; protect from light for maximum stability.
CCL, RRL Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. MMMP 7:30-4:30p Tested Immediately Upon Receipt Expected TAT = 8 hours
Chemistry1516UH: CAP-C  East: API-122UH: AU1; East: 2111884ModeratelyYESC
  
N/ACL*CCL, James, RRL East, MMMP, SSCBC
The ISE module for Na+, K+, and Cl- employs crown ether membrane electrodes for sodium and potassium and a molecular oriented PVC membrane for chloride that are specific for each ion of interest in the sample. An electrical potential is developed according to the Nernst Equation for a specific ion. When compared to the Internal Reference Solution, this electrical potential is translated into voltage and then into the ion concentration of the sample.
mmol/L<75.0  >130.0OSUWMC Reference Range Study effective 12.11.2013; Pediatric Reference Ranges, Soldin, 199950-20050-200
Mint Green (Plasma) or Gold SST (Serum)
7 Days
7 Days
2 mL Serum-Plastic vial
Avoid Hemolysis
CCL, RRL, James Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. MMMP, SSCBC M-F 7:30a-4:30p Expected TAT = 8 hours
Chemistry1561UH, SSCBC, MMMP: CAP-C  East: API-122UH: AU1;  East: 2111884; MMMP: AU3; SSCBC: AU 680 #3 (SN 3102751)ModeratelyYESC
  
N/AFCLCCL
See Chloride
mmol/L
The reference range and other method performance specifications have not been established for this fluid specimen.
N/AN/A50-20050-200
Fluid
See serum stability
See serum stability
N/A
N/A
CCL Test performed 24 hrs/7 days. Tested Immediately Upon Recipt Expected TAT = 4 hours
ChemistryFLD2UH:AU1ModeratelyNoC
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