Lab Test For HBsAg Status Status?
what does this mean?rnAnti HBs titer non reactivernhbsag cut off 0.105rnabsorbent u0026gt;3.00rnThanks
Hello Christian Paath Mangiwa, thanks for asking HealthReplies.com.
The information you mention is the result of a lab test for HBsAg status, which is an early indicator that shows whether you are infected with the Hepatitis B virus or not.
Usually, the lab results will include the results column and the reference value. If the HBsAg result/result column is written reactive, it indicates that you have been infected with hepatitis B. The doctor will recommend further examination to determine whether the hepatitis B infection is active or not in your body. However, if the result column is written non-reactive, then at this time in your body there is no active infection with the hepatitis B virus.
Confirm again with your doctor about these laboratory results for more details to be adjusted to the symptoms that arise, physical examination, and other supporting examinations. The following is a link about hepatitis B and its sundries, please read it for additional information.
That's it, I hope it's useful.
dr. Sarah Rizqia