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HH      Hemoglobin and Hematocrit
Reported as: HGB AND HCT
Also known as: H and H, H&H
Specimen Requirements
Collect:  One lavender (EDTA) 3.0 mL (also acceptable: EDTA microtainer)
Transport:   3.0 mL (min: 1.0 mL) whole blood refrigerated
Stability for microtainer samples obtained by fingerstick or heelstick is 8 hours ambient and 24 hours refrigerated
Unacceptable Conditions:  6.0 mL lavender (EDTA)
Frozen, hemolyzed, or clotted specimens.
Stability:  Ambient: 12 Hours / Refrigerated: 24 Hours / Frozen: Unacceptable
Test Performance
Performed:  Daily
Reporting Time:  Final within 24 Hours
CPT Codes
85018, 85014
Interpretive Information
Test performed on K3 EDTA, HCT and MCV may be slightly elevated compared to K2 EDTA.
Hemoglobin (HGB)Hematocrit (HCT)

The information on this page is current as of 10/18/2017.
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