Overview of Anti-HBeAg Total
What is Anti-HBeAg Total?
Hepatitis B is disease that affects the liver. The Anti-HBeAg total test is done on patients who are suffering from chronic hepatitis B condition. It is conducted in order to check the progression of the disease in the liver.
Why is Anti-HBeAg Total done?
This test is performed not only for observing the progression of the disease but also to protect the larger population who are at risk from hepatitis B infection.
Preparation for Anti-HBeAg Total
- No special preparation required
Sample Type for Anti-HBeAg Total
Interpreting Anti-HBeAg Total results
If both the test results for anti-HBeAg and HBeAg come positive then it denotes there is presence of active Hepatitis B infection. However, if the former results come positive and the latter negative then it means that there is minimal infection.