Iron carrier protein. Usually ferritin levels will be above 1000 ug/l in clincally established haemochromatosis. Serum ferritin is now the test of choice for diagnosing iron deficiency anaemia. Please note, ferritin is an acute phase protein and may be affected by intercurrent illness.
|01 (SE) - Serum Gel
Day Case: N/A
In-Patient: 24 Hours
Out-Patient: 24 Hours
GP: 24 Hours
|Blood Sciences Cross Site
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|Minimum volume - 250µl serum / plasma
Instructions for Lab: Store at 2-8oC centrifuged prior to analysis if delayed
|Ref. Range Notes
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|LGI: FER2LSJUH: FER2J