The amount of isohemagglutinin activity in the serum of the kidney transplant recipient is important information in cases of major ABO incompatible kidney transplantation as it may impact graft survival. IgG isohemagglutinins are titrated. Anti-A or Anti-B is titered based on the donor and recipient blood types.
* Reference ranges may change over time. Please refer to the original patient report when evaluating results.
Within 72 hours of specimen receipt (STAT: 8 hours)
- GTITER INT
- IGG TITRATION RESULTS
- Anti-A/B Titration Kidney Protocol Titer
- Kidney Transplant Isohemagglutinin Titer
- Anti-A/B Titration
- Anti-A/B Titer IgG
- Kidney Protocol Titer
Blood Bank is not able to share tubes with other laboratories. Specimens are unacceptable if: collected in serum separator tube, contaminated, grossly hemolyzed, of inadequate volume, or not properly labeled with patient identification.
Values obtained by antiglobulin technique are reported.