Explanation Of HBsAg Examination Results?
My brother’s lab results HBsAg quantitative reactive Kons 4310.91 reference value u0026lt; 0.05 IU / mL unit method description: CMIA HBsAg non-reactive non-reactive reference value method description: ECLIA WHAT IS THE MEANING?
Hello Abil, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Examination of the presence or absence of hepatitis B virus in the body, namely HBsAg examination, has several methods of examination based on medical standards, including the CMIA method and the ECLIA method.
Both of these tests have different objectives where the examination using the CMIA method is to find out how much antigen (part of the hepatitis B virus) is found in a person's body, while the examination using the ECLIA method is only to find out whether a person's body has the hepatitis B virus or not.
Based on your brother's examination written above, the general examination using the ECLIA method, there is no hepatitis B virus antigen found on your brother's body, but after doing the calculations with other methods, the results show that there are antigens in his body, so that most likely you You have a hepatitis B infection, but it's not yet known whether the infection is new or old.
Therefore, it is highly recommended to consult these results further with a doctor who advises your brother to carry out the HbSAg examination to suit your brother's current condition and also determine whether there are further examinations that should be done or not and what treatment plans will be given .
I hope this helps.