A breakdown product of haemoglobin metabolism.
|01 (SE) - Serum Gel
|Gilbert's Syndrome is a relatively common cause of unconjugated hyperbilirubinaemia thought to be due to deficiency in bilirubin glucuronyl transferase. See entry for Gilberts Syndrome.
Day Case: N/A
In-Patient: 6 Hours
Out-Patient: 24 Hours
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|Intensive care units, renal unit, transplant unit, patients on IV heparin use lithium-heparin (Green with Yellow ring) tube. Minimum volume: 500µl serum / plasma
Instructions for Lab Staff: Standard lab processing- No special requirements
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