|Lab result. please advice on what to do? ;(
Oct 13, 2010
Please help to interpret this result.
Anti HBe (CMIA) 0.020 C.O.V. 1.000 REACTIVE
AHBe count below the cut -off~value is considered REACTIVE
Anti HBs (CMIA) 0.000 C.O.V. 10.000 NON-REACTIVE
HBeAg (CMIA) 0.388 C.O.V. 1.000 NONREACTIVE
HEMATOLOGY Prothrombin Prothrombin time (pt)Time PT Patient 11.00 sec 10 ~ 14
PT Control 12.70 sec 11.79 ~ 14.23
% Activity 98.90
< 6 IU/ml < 35 copies/ml The method used for HBV DNA Viral Load PCR is COBAS TaqMan HBV Test. The detectable range with this method is 6 - 110,000,000 IU/ml (35 - 640,200,000 copies/ml). The quantification is homogenous for all HBV genotypes tested.
Please advice on what to do.;( I appreciate your feedback. Thank you so much and god bless.
| Response from Dr. McGovern
You need testing for HB surface antigen and HBV DNA and liver function tests. You may have chronic HBV infection, but I can't tell yet from the limited number of tests you got.
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