"Missing TB Administered Date" What Does This Tag Mean?

1 min. readlast update: 02.08.2024

Your TB Test is missing the administered date/injection date. Typically there will be two dates for a TB skin test, one will be the "Placed/Administered" date and the second will be the "Read" date. 


The TB skin test is also called the Mantoux tuberculin skin test (TST). A TB skin test requires two visits with a health care provider.

TB blood tests are also an option to test for Tuberculosis infection and are also called interferon-gamma release assays or IGRAs. A health care provider will draw a patient's blood and send it to a laboratory for analysis and results.

You can have this done at your healthcare provider's office or a lab. 

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