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HbsAg acute or chronic?

Hi Stefano,

Last month I did HbsAg in MEIA methodology.Result shows that I'm reactive.

HbsAg- 179.02 ng/ml

What does it means?...If you cannot explain with the above value,Please share us what all other tests shall be done?
Expecting your earlier response..

Ani
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hbsag quantification is made by iu/ml so you should find a conversion factor, if it excists, ng/ml to iu/ml but i don t think this is possible

if hbsag is positive more than 6 months you are cronic (chronic)

you have to find abbot architet if you want hbsag quantification in iu/ml, all other methods tell you positive/negative


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