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  Reference guide  

PathTest provides up-to-date detailed information on every test that Mater Pathology can perform. By using the search function you can quickly view test-specific information including Medicare status and collection requirements.

  Non-Blood Bank Samples  

Each sample must be identified with patient’s full name and one other identifier – date of birth or UR number. The same two identifiers must be present on the accompanying request form.

  Blood Bank Samples  

Each sample must be identified with patient’s full name, first name and date of birth. In addition, the sample must bear the signature of the collector and date and time of collection. The details must be handwritten - pre-printed labels are not acceptable. The same identifiers, collection date and time and collector signature must be present on the accompanying standard request form and separate transfusion request form.
CodeNameAlternate NameUpdated
SFOLSerum folateSerum Folate22/09/2016 View 
ReticReticulocytesReticulocytes22/09/2016 View 
EsrErythrocyte sedimentation rateErythrocyte Sedimentation Rate22/09/2016 View 
FVLFactor V LeidenFactor V Leiden22/09/2016 View 
ELFTPMultiple biochemical analysis (ELFT) - InpatientE/LFT22/09/2016 View 
ELFTSMultiple biochemical analysis (ELFT) - OutpatientELFT22/09/2016 View 
PTHParathyroid hormoneParathyroid hormone22/09/2016 View 
PTH202Prothrombin gene mutation (G20210A)Pt gene mutation16/09/2016 View 
pompePompe testingPompe Testing13/09/2016 View 
GADGlutamic acid decarboxylase antibodiesGlutamic Acid Decarboxylase antibodies13/09/2016 View 
ZnrZinc - urineZinc (urine)07/09/2016 View 
B12Vitamin B12Vitamin B1201/09/2016 View 
HIPSHeparin induced platelet serotonin realeasePlatelet C - Serotonin Realease31/08/2016 View 

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