What does "Missing follow up Quant. Hep B titer" mean?

2 min. readlast update: 02.26.2024

The tag, "Missing follow up Quant. Hep B titer" means that you have previously uploaded hepatitis b titer testing that states you are not immune to the hepatitis b disease.

In order to reach compliance with any mandatory quantitative hep b titer requirements you must receive a hep b booster vaccination, wait 6 weeks to allow the immunization to build up your immunity and then take a follow-up quantitative titer test stating your updated immunity to hep b. This is not to be confused with a qualitative titer.

Once you receive these results please upload documentation of your follow up hep b titer documentation including test results to your MedProctor account.

The difference between quantitative and qualitative titers:

  • Quantitative titers must include a numerical result with numerical reference ranges.
  • Qualitative titers simply indicate “immune vs. non-immune” (with no numerical value.)

How to submit another document: 

  • Sign into your MedProctor account
  • Go to your "status" page
  • Click on "click here to submit another document." 

From there you will be directed back to the document section where you can upload forms or download the optional immunization certificate.

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