Analytic Time
 
MiChart Code
TYPE AND SCREEN NO XM.
Soft Order Code
ADM

Test Updated:

Synonyms

ADM.
Blood Type, ABO, Rh, and Antibody Screen, No Wrist-band
Admission Type and Screen
ADMISSION TYPE AND SCREEN
AUTOMATED PTS
ABO RH INT
ABSC INT
ABSCR
GROUP RH
ABO RH INTERPRETATION
AUTOMATED ANTIBODY SCREEN INT
AUTOMATED ABORH INTERPRETATION
ABSC INT
AUTOMATED ANTIBODY SCREEN INT
ABO RH INTERPRETATION
TYPE AND SCREEN NO XM.
TYPE AND SCREEN-NO XM

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Test Overview

Test Methodology
 
Test Usage

Used when a specimen is submitted for Type and Screen and the patient is not wearing a patient identification wristband or the Preadmission Type and Screen Protocol has not been used.

Reference Range
 

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

Specimen Requirements

Collection Offsite

Collect specimen in a pink top tube. Refrigerate and send intact specimens. Specimens are unacceptable if collected in serum separator tube, contaminated, or grossly hemolyzed. Specimens sent for Blood Bank testing cannot be split for use by other laboratories.

Pink Top Tube
Normal Volume
6 mL whole blood
Minimum Volume
2 mL whole blood

Billing Information

CPT Code
86900 ABO, 86901 Rh, 86850 Ab Screen
Pro Fee Code
 
LOINC
 

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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.