This UK Coeliac Screen by an accredited Laboratory, tests for Tissue Transglutaminase IgA and Total IgA level (if TTG IgA is very low), giving a more accurate screening test than Tissue Transglutaminase alone.
Information for this blood test
Test Name: Coeliac Screen (Tissue Transglutaminase IgA)
GP Referral: GP Referral is included
Target Turn Around Time in working days: 2 working days
Test Inclusions: Tissue Transglutaminase IgA (and Total IgA level, if TTG IgA is very low)
Further information. If you require any information on this test please email our team : firstname.lastname@example.org
How do you get a Blood Test?
1. Order Online. Select your required blood test from our test menu or email: email@example.com
2. Arrange your sample collection appointment/blood draw.(ensure you have checked if you need to fast before attending your blood draw)
3. Wait for your blood test results, once they’re ready we will send them to you via email within the turnaround time stated on the website.
Do I need a Doctors referral to use this service?
No you do not require a Doctor’s Referral, we provide one when you have placed an order. This is free of charge, and a consultation is not required unless stated on certain tests.
How soon will I get my blood test results?
The turnaround time is a guide only, and will sometimes depend upon assay run schedules. Most results are provided within the time frame provided, but there may be technical difficulties, or the results may need to be re-run to check accuracy, or our Doctor may be held up passing comment. We can easily give you a status report, so please do email us or phone us to chase results, not the Laboratory itself.
Where can I get my blood taken if I order a vacutainer kit?
If you do not know of a professional nurse or phlebotomist we can refer you to a BMI Hospital or arrange a *Nurse home visit (charges will apply). PLEASE NOTE: You cannot attend at a Spire Hospital or the Doctors Laboratory (TDL) for your blood draw using our kit as our postal service is dealt with by a completely separate laboratory network.
What is the difference between reported and unreported results?
1. Reported results will be sent to the GP for comment, this process can take up to two working days to complete in addition to the stated turnaround time for results.
2. If you select unreported results, then you choose not to have the interpretation of our GP and they will be sent directly to you. This is advisable if you already have a specialist to share the results with or are able to interpret them yourself. In the event of any results being of a critical nature we will always be in contact to make you aware of this.
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