Clinical Labs of Hawaii provides test updates for educational purposes to physicians, specialists, and the general public.
Clinical Labs of Hawaii is please to announce the introduction of the QuantiFERON-TB Gold Plus (QFT-Plus) assay, which offers optimized analyses with tuberculosis (TB)-specific antigens that elict both CD4+ and CD8+ T-cell responses.
Effective January 30, 2019 Clinical Labs of Hawaii will offer in-house testing for N-terminal pro B-type Natriuretic Peptide (NT-proBNP) as a replacement for current BNP testing.
Effective January 30, 2019, Clinical Labs will offer in-house testing for High Sensitivity Cardiac Troponin T (cTnT GEN 5) as a replacement for current Troponin I testing.
Effective January 30, 2019, Clinical Labs of Hawaii will be implementing the Roche Diagnostic Cobas® System of immunoassay analyzers. Please read bulletin for important reference range updates.
Effective January 14th, 2019, Clinical Labs of Hawaii will be offering the FibroACT test for the assessment of liver fibrosis through Sonic Reference Laboratory (SRL).
FibroACT – Non-invasive serum test to assess liver fibrosis and inflammation due to viral hepatitis
Effective January 7, 2019, Clinical Labs of Hawaii will begin reporting estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR) using the improved Chronic Kidney Disease Epidemiology Collaboration (CKD‐EPI) equation.
Effective December 10, 2018, Clinical Labs of Hawaii will offer in-house testing for Procalcitonin (PCT).
It is now easier than ever to get vital information about tests that CLH offers via your mobile phone, tablet, computer, or other internet connected device.
Coagulation Testing Reference Range Update - Fibrinogen and Heparin Therapeutic Range updates
Cancer Antigen 27-29 Update- Testing performed at ARUP Laboratories effective June 18, 2018.
Biotin Testing Update - More on biotin interference and updates from our manufacturer, Roche.
CRP Testing Update - Effective May 1 , 2018 there are two test code options for C-Reactive Protein: CRP Quantitative (for Adults and Pediatrics) and Highly Sensitive CRP.