Department

Microbiology

Preferred Sample Type

Rubella IgG

Suitable Specimen Types

  • Serum
5ml blood

Turnaround Time

5 days

Sample Stability

Stored for 2 years

Rubella IgG

General Information

Abbott Alinity Rubella IgG is a chemiluminescent microparticle immunoassay
(CMIA) for the quantitative determination and qualitative detection of IgG
antibodies to rubella virus in human serum and plasma on the Abbott Alinity.

The Abbott Alinity Rubella IgG assay is intended to aid in the  determination of immune status to rubella.

Patient Preparation

For taking blood samples we recommend that users follow either their local protocols or “The Royal Marsden Manual of Clinical Nursing Procedures”.

Red top blood (serum) samples

  • Sufficient blood for the test should be drawn into red topped (no additive) vacuum tubes.

Specifications

  • EQA Scheme?: Yes
  • EQA Status: NEQAS

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The Trust Laboratories at Heartlands Hospital, Good Hope Hospital and Solihull Hospital were awarded UKAS (United Kingdom Accreditation Service) accreditation to the internationally recognised ISO 15189 standard in May 2015. For a list of accredited tests and other information please visit the test database http://www.heftpathology.com/frontpage/test-database.html.
Tests not appearing on this scope are either under consideration or in the process of accreditation and so currently remain outside of our scope of accreditation. However, these tests have been validated to the same high standard as accredited tests and are performed by the same trained and competent staff.

For further information contact Louise Fallon, Quality Manager, 0121 424 1235

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