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ID:385 Vitamin D (1,25-OH Vitamin D)
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DescriptionCalcitriol is the active form of vitamin D (has been hydroxylated in kidney). This test should only be done if 25-OH results do not fit in with clinical picture.
IndicationAssess vitamin D status
Additional InfoPlease note - test not available on ICE. Requests must be discussed with duty biochemist first (Ext 26922). If requesting please hand write a request form and mark FAO Duty Biochemist. Send to: Specialist Laboratory Medicine Block 46 St James hospital Beckett Street Leeds LS9 7TF
Concurrent Testsna
Dietary Requirementsna
InterpretationCalcitriol is the active form of vitamin D (has been hydroxylated in kidney). This test should only be done if 25-OH results do not fit in with clinical picture.

DepartmentBiochemistry
SampleBlood
TubeSerum Gel
Tube Picture
Collection ConditionsNo restriction on time of day for test collection. Contact duty biochemist before collecting (26922). SEND TO LABORATORY IMMEDIATELY.
Min. Vol2 mL
Freq.Refered to external laboratory

Ref. Range (Male)
Ref. Range (Female)
Ref. Range (Paed)
Ref. Range Notes20-120 pmol/L
Unitspmol/L
IP Acute TAT30 days
IP Routine TAT30 days
GP Acute TAT30 days
GP Routine TAT30 days
Turnround CommentLinda MacKinnon:linda.mackinnon@ggc.scot.nhs.uk

Originally edited by : JHB. Review due on 23/01/2020 09:05:54. Published By on 23/01/2019 09:05:54.