|Downtime form:||A-1a Doctor/Provider Orders - Pathology Core and Specialty Care Nursery|
|Plasma Separator Tube 4.5 mL|
65-139 mg/dL Critical value (1 month-adults): <50 mg/dL and >450 1 month - Adult reference ranges updated 12/19/2017. Reference Range is for a random glucose concentration. The Expert Committee on the Diagnosis and Classification of Diabetes has defined impaired fasting glucose as greater than or equal to 100 mg/dL but less than 126 mg/dL. (Diabetes Care 28 (Suppl 1) S41, 2005) Pediatric Reference Ranges: Age Range Units 0-1 month 40-99 mg/dL 1 month-adult 65-139 mg/dL Critical value (0-1 month): <40 mg/dL and >300
Falsely low values may occur in specimens which are not separated promptly from RBC's.
This test is also performed in the Iowa River Landing (IRL) clinical laboratory (for specimens drawn at that site).
Icterus: No significant interference up to an I index of 60 (approximate conjugated and unconjugated bilirubin concentration: 60 mg/dL). Hemolysis: No significant interference up to an H index of 1000 (approximate hemoglobin concentration 1000 mg/dL). Lipemia (Intralipid): No significant interference up to an L index of 1000 (approximate triglycerides concentration 2000 mg/dL). There is poor correlation between turbidity and triglycerides concentration.
Glucose-Other, Body Fluid