A male asked:
Sir i m hbsag positive and doctor told me its acute infection. i did my final reports by elisa cut of value 0.177 and patient od 0.827. what is this ?
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Dr. John cuong Doananswered
Family Medicine 20 years experience
Statistical numbers: You should be concerned with the HbsAg positive titer, which MEANS that you have an acute Hep B infection, and not the numbers quoted. Those are statistical laboratory values used for quality control and tracking purposes, and for comparison with other positive results in the population, in order to keep the results accurate. Please discuss with your healthcare provider about what you need to do
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