Hep B Titer- (Hep B Surface, antibody) Quantitative for Minor
Testing for minors <16 years old
Hep B Titer Test required by most schools
Hepatitis B Surface Antibody (HBsAb or anti-HBs): The “surface antibody“ is formed in response to the hepatitis B virus. Your body can make this antibody if you have been vaccinated, or if you have recovered from a hepatitis B infection. If this test is positive, then your immune system has successfully developed a protective antibody against the hepatitis B virus. This will provide long-term protection against future hepatitis B infection. Someone who is surface antibody positive is not infected, and cannot pass the virus on to others.
This is a Quantitative test required by many schools and medical programs. Levels of anti-HBs will be provided.
Depending on the request type, state of residency, age of child successful matches typically happen within 24-48 hours. If request are denied the order is cancelled and full refund issued. LabReqs.com/Schooltiters only helps with lab testing orders. We do not provide any diagnosis or helping with any medical exemptions for vaccinations.