Centrifuge on arrival
No special requirements
Hypoalbuminaemia may occur due to a variety of illnesses, such as hepatic disease, dietary influences, tissue damage due to burns or inflammation and proteinuria due to nephrotic syndrome. Hyperalbuminaemia is of little diagnostic significance except in cases of severe dehydration and malnutrition.
No significant interference from haemolysis, icterus or lipaemia.
35-50 g/L (Pathology Harmony)
UK NEQAS for Clinical Chemistry Scheme