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Pseudo-Cholinestrase

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Overview
Test Results & Interpretations

Overview

Test Description

The Pseudocholinesterase test is performed to identify people who have an inherited deficiency of serum cholinesterase or pseudocholinesterase. It Is also performed in combination with other tests to detect a liver disorder, and to confirm poisoning by insecticides containing organophosphates.

Why Get Tested

The Pseudocholinesterase test is performed when a blood relative has been previously diagnosed with pseudocholinesterase deficiency identified by a long period of apnea when a succinylcholine based anesthetic is used during surgery. It is also performed if symptoms of organic pesticide poisoning appear, and in case of liver disorder symptoms.


Precautions

No special preparation required


Test Results

Interpretations

Results are expressed in Units/Litre (U/L). The normal ranges for Pseudocholinesterase in the body are:

•    Males: 3,100-6,500 U/L

•    Females

18-49 years: 1,800-6,600 U/L

More than 50 years: 2,550-6,800 U/L




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