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  1. eosinophil
    • whole blood: lavender to hematology
    • refrigerate
  2. epstein-barr virus panel
    • serum: red top or gel barrier to serology/immunology
    • refrigerate
  3. erythrocyte sedimentation rate
    • hole blood: lavender top to hematology
    • refrigerate
  4. factor assays
    • light blue to coagulation
    • centrifuge, separate, and freeze in plastic vial
  5. ferritin
    • serum: plain red or gel barrier to chemistry
    • refrigerate
  6. fibrinogen
    • plasma: light blue to chemistry
    • centrifuge, separate, and freeze in plastic vial
  7. fibrin split products/
    fibrin degradation product
    • plasma: light blue to coagulation
    • centrifuge, separate, and frozen
  8. fluorescent
    • serum: plain red top to serology/immunology
    • refrigerate
  9. gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase
    • serum: red top or gel barrier to chemistry
    • separate, and refrigerate
  10. gastrin
    • serum: red top or serum gel barrier to chemistry
    • fast required, freeze serum
  11. glucose,
    fasting
    • plasma: grey top or heparin gel tube
    • serum: red top or serum gel barrier to chemistry
    • refrigerate
  12. glucose tolerance
    • plasma: grey top no department specified
    • refrigerate
  13. glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase
    • whole blood: 2 lavender to chemistry
    • refrigerated
  14. gonorrhea screen
    • taken from urethra in males or endocervical canal in females to microbiology
    • ambient or refrigerated=3 days
  15. hemoglobin
    • whole blood: lavender top to hematology
    • ambient or refrigerated=30 min
  16. hemoglobin A1c
    • whole blood: lavender to chemistry
    • refrigerate
  17. hemoglobin electrophoresis
    • whole blood: lavender to chemistry
    • refrigerate
  18. hepatitis B surface antibody
    • serum: plain red (preferred) or gel barrier to serology/immunology
    • refrigerate
  19. homocysteine
    • Plasma: EDTA (preferred)
    • serum: red top or serum gel barrier on ice to chemistry
    • centrifuge, separate, and refrigerate
  20. human immunodeficiency virus
    • serum: plain red or serum gel barrier to serology/immunology
    • refrigerate
  21. Human leukocyte antigen -B 27
    • whole blood: yellow tube to immunohematology
    • ambient
  22. human chorionic gonadotropin
    • serum: serum gel barrier to chemistry
    • refrigerate
  23. immunoglobulin
    • serum: plain red or serum gel barrier to chemistry
    • refrigerate
  24. iron and total iron binding capacity
    • serum: serum gel barrier to chemistry
    • fasting, refrigerate
  25. lactic acid (blood lactate)
    • plasma: grey top (no tourniquet) to chemistry
    • centrifuge, separate,
    • refrigerate
  26. lactate dehydrogenase
    • serum: red top or serum gel barrier to chemistry
    • ambient
  27. lead
    • whole blood: royal blue EDTA or tan lead free tube to chemistry
    • ambient =1 week, refrigerated 2 weeks
  28. lapase
    • serum: red top or gel barrier.
    • plasma: green to chemistry
  29. lipoprotein
    • serum: plain red or serum gel barrier
    • plasma: green top to chemistry
  30. high density lipoprotein
    serum: red top or serum gel barrier (fasting) no department specified
  31. low density lipoprotein
    serum: red top or serum gel barrier (fasting) no department specified
  32. magnesium
    • serum: serum gel barrier.
    • plasma green top gel barrier to chemistry
  33. mononucleosis screen
    • serum: plain red or serum bel barrier
    • plasma: lavender or pink to serology/immunology
  34. partial thromboplastin time
    plasma: light blue to coagulation
  35. phosphorus
    serum preferred: serum gel barrier to chemistry
  36. plasminogen
    whole blood: light blue to coagulation
  37. platelet aggregation
    whole blood four 5-mL sodium citrate and one 5mL lavender or pink to hematology
  38. platelet count
    whole blood: lavender to hematology
  39. prostate-specific antigen,
    total and free
    • serum: red top or serum gel barrier
    • plasma: green top gel barrier to chemistry
  40. prothrombin time
    plasma: light blue to coagulation
  41. red cell count
    whole blood: lavender top to hematology
  42. reticulocyte count
    whole blood: lavender top to hematology
  43. rheumatoid factor
    • serum: red top or serum gel barrier
    • serology/immunology
  44. rapid plasmin reagin
    serum: plain red top or serum gel barrier to serology/immunology
  45. serum protein electrophoresis
    serum: red top or serum gel barrier to chemistry
  46. sputum screen
    sputum: true sputum, not saliva (early morning sample) to microbiology
  47. streptococcus
    submit culture to microbiology
  48. sweat chloride
    sweat: collect sweat specimen by iontrophoresis to chemistry
  49. thyroid profile
    serum: serum gel barrier ro red top tube to chemistry
  50. tryglicerides
    serum preferred: red top or serum gel barrier to chemistry
  51. vitamin B12
    serum: serum gel barrier to chemistry
  52. Urea nitrogen
    serum: serum gel barrier to chemistry
  53. uric acid
    serum: serum gel barrier or red top to chemistry
  54. white cell count
    whole blood: lavender to hematology
  55. zinc
    serum: nonadditive royal blue to chemistry
  56. zinc
    whole blood: royal blue EDTA to chemistry

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