In general, results between laboratories, when using the same test method and sample type, will be very similar, but not necessarily exactly the same. This is expected because each laboratory establishes its own reference ranges. Reference ranges are the span of measured values in which patient samples are considered normal and/or abnormal. The College of American Pathologists (CAP) requires inter-laboratory testing and monitors the results to ensure that laboratories are not operating out of acceptable range. Often the sample type that is tested differs. The method of testing may also differ. If the sample type and/or the test method differ from your Flow Health test, you may notice that the result values are different.
If your test results differ significantly, consider first whether the sample type and test methods are really the same. If your results are the same for the two tests, then the reference ranges are likely different because the test methods are not directly comparable.
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