Rapamycin Test – Reference Range

The normal values for sirolimus (rapamycin) test are 3.0-18.0ng/mL, and this range is unisex for all age groups.

Level that is higher than the established therapeutic range may cause symptoms associated with toxicity.

An inappropriately low level may lead to rejection of the transplanted organ.

Depending on the results, a health practitioner may adjust the dose that the person is given.

If the person is also taking other immunosuppressants or medications, then that person should work closely with their healthcare provider and transplant team to ensure that there is no potential interaction between the medications.

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