Antistreptococcal Deoxyribonuclease-B Antibody

Antistreptococcal Deoxyribonuclease-B Antibody is a topic covered in the Davis's Lab & Diagnostic Tests.

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Synonym/Acronym:
ADNase-B, AntiDNase-B titer, antistreptococcal DNase-B titer, streptodornase.

Rationale
To assist in assessing the cause of recent infection, such as streptococcal exposure, by identification of antibodies.

Patient Preparation
There are no food, fluid, activity, or medication restrictions unless by medical direction.

Normal Findings
Method: Nephelometry.

AgeNormal Results
1–6 yrLess than 250 units
7–17 yrLess than 375 units
18 yr and olderLess than 300 units

Critical Findings and Potential Interventions
N/A

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Synonym/Acronym:
ADNase-B, AntiDNase-B titer, antistreptococcal DNase-B titer, streptodornase.

Rationale
To assist in assessing the cause of recent infection, such as streptococcal exposure, by identification of antibodies.

Patient Preparation
There are no food, fluid, activity, or medication restrictions unless by medical direction.

Normal Findings
Method: Nephelometry.

AgeNormal Results
1–6 yrLess than 250 units
7–17 yrLess than 375 units
18 yr and olderLess than 300 units

Critical Findings and Potential Interventions
N/A

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