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  Antibiotic Level, 5FC, Itra, INH, Rifabutin, Flucon, Voricon, Posacon (Send-out) Specimen Type:
  also known as 5FC Level, Flucytosine Level, Itraconazole Level, Fluconazole Level, Antibiotic Level

Blood


MICROBIOLOGY

Specimen requirements: 7 mL Red Stopper; Plain
  or:Red Corvac
Unit of measure: mcg/mL
Ideal sample: 1.0 mL serum
Absolute minimum amount: 0.5 mL serum
Method of collection: Peripheral blood draw.
Transportation: N/A
Label instructions: Label specimen with time drawn and whether it is a trough,peak or random level.
Request test on form: Multi Labs/Micro/Viro/Serology ( 151-905 )
Order/entry screen(s): Microbiology/Virology
Stat frequency: N/A
Stat turn around time: N/A
Routine frequency: Daily
Must be in by: Noon
Routine turn around time: 24 to 48 Hours
For Hillcrest deliver to: SCRAP Lab
For Thornton deliver to: Microbiology : Processing Desk, 1st floor,
  Hospital, room 1-013
This test is sent to: ARUP Laboratory
Scheduling requirements : N/A
Method: Bioassay and HPLC
Special Instructions: Help with determining the proper timing for peak and trough levels is available by calling the Microbiology Laboratory or the infectious disease resident.
  Results are available on a Chart Copy
  Results are Quantitative
CyberLAB abbreviation: 5FC(R )(P)OR (T) FLCZ(R )(P)OR (T) ITRA(R )(P)OR(T) LEVL(R )(P)OR (T)
CyberLAB code: N/A
Lab Processing Instructions: N/A