von Willebrand Factor GPIbM Activity

CPT: 85397
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8539785397
Updated on 01/31/2024
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Specimen Requirements


Specimen

Plasma (3.2% citrated), frozen


Volume

1.5 mL


Minimum Volume

0.8 mL


Container

Plastic transfer tube


Collection

Venipuncture with conservative tourniquet use; centrifuge whole blood to obtain platelet-poor plasma. Transfer plasma into a plastic transport tube. Freeze at -70°C.


Storage Instructions

Freeze.


Stability Requirements

Temperature

Period

Frozen

1 month

Freeze/thaw cycles

Stable x5


Test Details


Use

This test is used for quantitative determination of the von Willebrand factor-GPIb activity and can be used as an aid in the evaluation of patients with suspected or confirmed von Willebrand factor disorders.

This test is used for quantitative determination of the von Willebrand factor-GPIb activity and can be used as an aid in the elevation of patients with suspected or confirmed von Willebrand factor disorders.

This test is used for quantitative determination of the von Willebrand factor-GPIb activity and can be used as an aid in the evaluation of patients with suspected or confirmed von Willebrand factor disorders.


Methodology

Latex-based turbidimetric


LOINC® Map

Order Code Order Code Name Order Loinc Result Code Result Code Name UofM Result LOINC
520553 VWF GPIbM Activity 520554 VWF GPIbM Activity BU/mL Pending

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