Newcastle Laboratories

Factor I Levels

Clinical Background:

Deficiency of Factor I may lead to haemolytic-uraemic syndrome.

Deficiency of Factor I may lead to haemolytic-uraemic syndrome.

Test Details

  • Discipline:

    Immunology

    Immunology

  • Specimen Container Adult:

    Serum-SST

    Serum-SST

  • Specimen Container Paediatric:

    Serum-Plain tube

    Serum-Plain tube

  • Minimum Volume Adult:

    1 ml

    1 ml

  • Minimum Volume Paediatric:

    0.5 ml

    0.5 ml

  • Special Requirement:

    Samples MUST be separated within 4 hours of venesection. Please ensure that the sample arrives in the laboratory as soon as possible after being taken.

    Samples MUST be separated within 4 hours of venesection. Please ensure that the sample arrives in the laboratory as soon as possible after being taken.

  • Freq Analysis:

    Fortnightly

    Fortnightly

  • Add On Test:

    All urgent add ons via telephone on 0191 282 4766, and must be confirmed via email to the appropriate email address

    tnu-tr.bloodsciencesadditions@nhs.net (internal)

    or

    tnu-tr.bloodsciencesadditions...

    All urgent add ons via telephone on 0191 282 4766, and must be confirmed via email to the appropriate email address

    tnu-tr.bloodsciencesadditions@nhs.net (internal)

    or

    tnu-tr.bloodsciencesadditions@nhs.net (external)

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  • Interpretation:

    None

    None

  • Reference Ranges:

    Normal Range: >21 mg/L

    Normal Range: >21 mg/L

  • Other Info:

    Measurement should be carried out in conjunction with and after discussion with the Proteins Laboratory. Samples MUST be separated within 4 hours of venesection. Please ensure that the sample arriv...

    Measurement should be carried out in conjunction with and after discussion with the Proteins Laboratory. Samples MUST be separated within 4 hours of venesection. Please ensure that the sample arrives in the laboratory as soon as possible after being taken.

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  • Routine Contact Name:

    Proteins Lab

  • Routine Telephone:

    0191 282 4766

    0191 282 4766

  • Routine Email:

Availability:

Factor I level measurement is available on a fortnightly basis.

Turn Around:

21 calendar days

Send To:

Department of Blood Sciences

Level 3
Leazes Wing
Royal Victoria Infirmary
Queen Victoria Road
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 4LP

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