Walleye pike, IgE

Alphabetical Test listing

Walleye pike, IgE-13451

  
Walleye pike, IgE
  
13451
  
LAB13451
  
WALLEYE
  
Allergen
F415
Stizostedium vitreum
Walleye
  

Detect possible allergic responses to various substances in the environment such as animals, antibiotics, foods, grasses, house dust, mites, insects, insulin, molds, smuts, trees, and weeds; evaluate hay fever, asthma, atopic eczema, and respiratory allergy.

Allergen useful for bullet list Quantitative allergen-specific IgE test is indicated:

  • To determine if a patient has elevated allergen-specific IgE antibodies
  • If specific allergic sensitivity is needed to allow immunotherapy to be initiated
  • When testing patients for agents which may potentially cause anaphylaxis
  • When evaluating patients who are taking medications (eg, long-acting antihistamines) which interfere with other testing modalities (eg, skin testing)
  • If immunotherapy or other therapeutic measures based on skin testing results have not led to a satisfactory remission of symptoms
  • When patient is unresponsive to medical management where identification of offending allergens may be beneficial
  
Serum
  
  
0.2 mL
  
0.1 mL
  

Immediately following collection, mix sample thoroughly by gently inverting 5 times

  
  1. Allow sample to clot for a minimum of 30 minutes
  2. Spin within two (2) hours of sample collection
  

Gold serum separator (SST) tube

  
  
  1. Allow sample to clot
  2. Spin
  3. Transfer serum to a Transfer vial/tube with cap - 12mL (LabCorp), labelled as serum, within two (2) hours of sample collection
  
  

Ambient (preferred) - 14 days

Refrigerated - 14 days

Frozen - 3 months

  
LabCorp Burlington (602728): R-LC
  
Daily
  
4 days
  

ImmunoCAP®

  

Negative <0.1 kU/L

  
86003
  
Yes
  
  
Result 7761-0
  
04/05/2019
  
11/08/2019