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i took my pre-medical employment (9-29-12)  and these are the numbers:
hbsag (eia) screening      titer= 0.252    c.o.v.= 0.065

what does this mean?
what is the status of my hbv?
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Since your HBSAg titer is above the cut off value, it means you tested positive for the HBSag. It may mean you have chronic or acute Hepatitis B.
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thanks, but what is the normal average number of titer and normal COV that requires a person?
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They depend on the test kit that the lab used to carry out the assay, and they vary from manufacturer to manufacturer.
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