can you interpret this result
patients count: 3.000
cut off:0.658 reactive
patient count: 0.385
cut off:0.709 non reactive
patients count: 0.406
cut off 0.621 non reactive
patients count: 0.338
cut off: 1.321 reactive
patients count: 0.420
cut off: 0.796 non reactive
patients count: 0.421
cut off: 0.741 non reactive
Qualitative means the results should be positive(reactive) or negative(non-reactive). The numbers in the results are not meaningful.
A quantitative test on the other hand will give you a number in standard unit.
So a test can tell you whether you are tall or short (qualitative) or exactly how tall/short you are in inch/feet/cm (quantitative).
As far as I can tell, you are
To know the state of your disease, we will need to know at least your ALT, hbvdna.
Hepatitis B is a chronic disease, it can be complex, so we need to know the conditions of your liver (liver functions, ALT etc), the state of the virus (HBSAg, HBeAg , hbvdna etc). Also see a liver specialist, get regular check up, and start treatment when it is necessary.
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