GC/CHLAM AMP PRB(EC/URE/URINE) (900398)
URINE: Patient should not have urinated for at least one hour. Collect the specimen in a sterile, preservative-free specimen collection cup. The patient should collect the first 20-60 mL of voided urine (NOT MIDSTEAM). Transport refrigerated. Urine may be transferred to a Qx UPT (Urine Preservative Transport) tube. DO NOT over- or under-fill this tube. The correct volume has been added when the fluid level is in the fill window. Transport refrigerated or room temperature. ***For all swab collection kits*** Only the swab supplied with the collection kit is acceptable FEMALE ENDOCERVIX: Use the Female Endocervial Collection Kit for the BD ProbeTec(TM) Qx Amplified DNA Assays. Transport refrigerated or room temperature. OR MALE URETHRAL: Use Male Urethral Collection Kit for the BD ProbeTec(TM) Qx Amplified DNA Assays. Transport refrigerated or room temperature. OR PATIENT-COLLECTED VAGINAL SWABS: Use only the Vaginal Specimen Transport Kit for the BD ProbeTec(TM) Qx Amplified DNA Assays. Transport refrigerated or room temperature.
URINE: NEAT IN Qx UPT Room Temperature: N/A 30 Days Refrigerated: 7 Days 30 Days Frozen: 6 Months 6 Months Qx ENDOCERVICAL or URETHRAL SWABS: Room Temperature: 30 Days Refrigerated: 30 Days Frozen: 6 Months Qx VAGINAL SWABS: Room Temperature: 14 Days Refrigerated: 14 Days Frozen: 6 Months
Minimum Collection Volume:
15 mL urine
Strand Displacement, Nucleic Acid Amplification
ONLY BD COLLECTION KITS ARE ACCEPTABLE. Samples received with no swab, cleaning swab or non-BD Kit supplied swabs are unacceptable. Samples received with correct swab, but shaft broken too short are unacceptable. Eye, throat, or rectal specimens are unacceptable. Over- or under-filled Qx UPT tubes. Specimens submitted in outdated or expired media will not be tested. No exceptions can be made.
Urine Nucleic Transport (NAT) Probetec Wet Swab
(The CPT codes provided are based on AMA guidelines and are for informational purposes only. CPT coding is the sole responsibility of the billing party. Please direct any questions regarding coding to the payer being billed.)