Days Set Up
Daily, 24 hrs
Analytic Time

2 hours

MiChart Code
Antistreptolysin O
Soft Order Code
ASO

Test Updated:

Synonyms

Antistreptolysin O Antibody
ASLO
ASO
ASO (Anti-Streptolysin O)
Streptolysin O Antibodies
ANTI-STREPTOLYSIN O

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Test Overview

Test Methodology

Immunoturbidimetric

Test Usage

Document exposure to group A streptococcal antigen, particularly streptolysin O. A marked rise or persistently elevated level indicates that a focus of streptococcal infection or poststreptococcal sequelae is present. Over 80% of patients with acute rheumatic fever and over 95% of patients with acute glomerulonephritis have elevated ASO levels.

Reference Range

< 5 years: 0-99 IU/ml; 5-15 years: 0-249 IU/ml; Adult: 0-199 IU/ml

* Reference ranges may change over time. Please refer to the original patient report when evaluating results.

Specimen Requirements

Collection Onsite

Collect specimen in an SST tube. Cause for Rejection: Grossly lipemic (triglyceride levels greater than 900 mg/dl)samples are not recommended for analysis.

Collection Offsite

Collect specimen in an SST tube. Centrifuge, aliquot serum into a plastic vial and refrigerate up to 48 hours or freeze for longer storage.

Yellow Top Tube
Normal Volume
0.5 mL serum
Minimum Volume
0.25 mL serum

Billing Information

CPT Code
86060
Pro Fee Code
 
LOINC
5370-2

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As the reference laboratory division of Michigan Medicine's Department of Pathology, MLabs shares the institution's commitment to applying established quality principles to clinical laboratory testing. Like other large organizations in complex, consequential fields, we rely on an established approach to monitor quality throughout the testing process.