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Pseudo-Cholinestrase

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Blood
This test is for
Male, Female
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Overview


What is Pseudo-Cholinestrase?

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 is Pseudo-Cholinestrase done?

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.


Interpreting Pseudo-Cholinestrase 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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