What is a Measles titer?
A Measles titer, also known as a Rubeola titer, is a blood test that checks for immunity (from prior vaccination or infection) to Measles.
Who gets a Measles titer test?
A Measles titer test is typically ordered by healthcare workers for credentialing requirements (e.g. hospital, RepTrax, Vendormate) and students studying in healthcare programs. Additionally, some people get the Measles titer to check immunity when they are traveling.
What type of Measles titer results will I receive?
Our Measles titer is the gold standard quantitative (i.e. a number) IgG titer test.
What does a positive Measles titer result mean?
A positive Measles titer means that you are considered immune and do not need to be revaccinated.
What type of specimen will I submit?
This Measles Titer is a blood test.
Do I need to fast to take this test?
Fasting is not necessary.
How long does it take to get test results?
It typically takes 4 business days or less.