A coagulation screen is a group of tests used for haemostatic assessment. The screen consists of the Prothrombin time, INR, APTT, APTT ratio and derived fibrinogen. See individual tests for further information.
|Tube||05 (CP) - Citrate|
|Additional Information||Add-on restrictions: refer to restrictions defined in component test records: APTT; APTT ratio; INR; Prothrombin time; derived fibrinogen|
|Turn Around||A&E: 1 hour
Day Case: 6 Hours
In-Patient: 6 Hours
Out-Patient: 24 Hours
GP: 24 Hours
|Send to||Blood Sciences Cross Site|
|Contact||For further details please contact Leeds Pathology customer services: email@example.com.|
|Collection Con||Citrate tube must be filled to the fill line.
Instructions for Lab Staff: Standard lab processing- No special requirements.
|Ref. Range Notes||Blood Sciences Refernce ranges available through the useful information and links page:https://www.leedsth.nhs.uk/a-z-of-services/pathology/blood-sciences/useful-information-and-links/|
|Telepath||CSC2L (LGI) CSC2J (SJUH)|