#ExistRefRange>Allergens included: Alternaria alternata (tenuis), Aspergillus fumigatus, Bermuda Grass, Cat Epithelium & Dander, Common/Short Ragweed, D. farinae (Mites), D. pteronyssinus (Mites), Dog Dander, Elm Tree, Johnson Grass, Lamb's Quarters, Marsh Elder, Mountain Cedar (Juniper) Tree, Oak Tree, Pecan (White Hickory) Tree, Privet Tree, Russian Thistle, Sycamore Tree, Timothy Grass, White Ash Tree.
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.
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