Allergy Panel, Northeastern Upper Respiratory, Region 1 (CT, MA, ME, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VT)

CPT Code(s):

  • 82785
  • 86003 (x22)

Test Component(s):

  • Dermatoph Pteronyssinus-Phadia Code: D1 Dermatoph Farinae-Phadia Code: D2 Cat Epithelium-Phadia Code: E1 Dog Dander-Phadia Code: E5 Cockroach-Phadia Code: I6 Bermuda Grass-Phadia Code: G2 Mugwort -Phadia Code: W6 Penicillium chrysogenum-Phadia Code: M1 Box-Elder (Maple) -Phadia Code: T1 Aspergillus fumigatus-Phadia Code: M3 Oak-Phadia Code: T7 Common Silver Birch-Phadia Code: T3 Elm-Phadia Code: T8 Common Ragweed-Phadia Code: W1 Cottonwood-Phadia Code: T14 Common Pigweed-Phadia Code: W14 White Ash-Phadia Code: T15 Mountain Juniper-Phadia Code: T6 Mulberry-Phadia Code: T70 Timothy Grass -Phadia Code: G6 Sheep sorrel-Phadia Code: W18 Alternia alternata-Phadia Code: M6 Immunoglobulin IgE
  • Total.

Preferred Specimen:

3 mL serum

Minimum Volume:

2 mL

Transport Container:

Red-top tube or gel-barrier tube (SST). (If a red-top tube is used, transfer separated serum to a plastic transport tube.)

Transport Temperature Name:

Room temperature

Specimen Stability Components:

  • Room Temperature: Room temperature: 8 hours Refrigerated: 48 hours

Testing Schedule:

2-3 days per week



Reference Range:

Allergen Specific Reference Ranges (kU/L): Class O: <0.10 Ð Absent Class O/I : 0.1-0.34 Ð For Specialist Use Only* Class I: 0.35-0.7 Ð Low Class II: 0.71-3.5 Ð Moderate Class III: 3.51-17.5 Ð High Class IV: 17.6-50 Ð Very High Class V: 51-100 Ð Very High Class VI: >100 Ð Very High *Clinical relevance undetermined

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