#ExistRefRange>Allergens included: Alternaria alternata (tenuis), Aspergillus fumigatus, Bermuda Grass, Cat Epithelium & Dander, Common/Short Ragweed, Cottonwood Tree, Cow Hair & Dander, D. farinae (Mites), D. pteronyssinus (Mites), Dog Dander, Elm Tree, English Plantain, Hormodendrum (Cladosporium), Horse Hair & Dander, House Dust Greer, IgE, Serum Total, Johnson Grass, June Grass/Kentucky Bluegrass, Lamb's Quarters, Mesquite Tree, Mountain Cedar (Juniper) Tree, Mugwort, Oak Tree, Olive Tree, Penicillium notatum, Perennial Rye Grass, Russian Thistle, and Timothy Grass.
Less than 0.10 kU/L: No significant level detected
0.10-0.34 kU/L: Clinical relevance undetermined
0.35-0.70 kU/L: Low
0.71-3.50 kU/L: Moderate
3.51-17.50 kU/L: High
17.51 kU/L or Greater: Very High
#ExistInterpData>Allergen results of 0.10-0.34 kU/L are intended for specialist use as the clinical relevance is undetermined. Although increasing ranges are reflective of increasing concentrations of allergen-specific IgE, this may not correlate with the degree of clinical response or skin testing when challenged with a specific allergen. The correlation of allergy laboratory results with clinical history and in vivo reactivity to specific allergens is essential. A negative test may not rule out clinical allergy or even anaphylaxis.