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Nydrazid, ARUP #2009206, EPIC: LAB6078, SOFT: XISON

Specimen Collection Criteria

Collect: One plain Red-top tube. (Minimum Whole Blood: 2.0 mL)

Do not use Serum Separator Tubes.

Record the exact time of specimen collection on the tube or in the computer system.
Critical frozen. Send specimen for processing immediately after collection. 

Physician Office/Drawsite Specimen Preparation

Critical frozen. Let specimen clot 30-60 minutes then centrifuge to separate serum from cells within one hour of collection. Transfer serum to a plastic transport tube and freeze (-20°C/-4°F or below) immediately.

Preparation for Courier Transport

Transport: 2.0 mL serum, frozen (-20°C/-4°F or below). (Min: 0.5 mL)

Rejection Criteria

  • Severe hemolysis.
  • Serum Separator (SST) tubes.
  • Specimens not collected and processed as indicated.


Specimen Stability for Testing:

Room Temperature (20-26°C or 68-78.8°F): Unacceptable
Refrigerated (2-8°C or 36-46°F): Unacceptable
Frozen (-20°C/-4°F or below): 1 month

Specimen Storage in Department Prior to Disposal:

Specimen retention time is determined by the policy of the reference laboratory. Contact the Sendout Laboratory with any questions.


Sent to ARUP Laboratories, Salt Lake City, UT, forwarded to National Jewish Health, Denver, CO.


Results available in 4-11 days.

Reference Range

By report.

Test Methodology

Quantitative High Performance Liquid Chromatography.


By report.

Clinical Utility

Isoniazid acts against actively growing tubercle bacilli. It is indicated in the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis in which the organisms are susceptible. This assay is used for the therapeutic monitoring and toxicity assessment of isoniazid.

CPT Code


Test Codes

ARUP #2009206, EPIC: LAB6078, SOFT: XISON

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