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Measuring D-dimer level in 12 mins

The presence of D-dimer in blood indicates that thrombin has been formed and fibrin generated from fibrinogen in vivo as a result of activation of the coagulation system. This test measures the level in the blood to help assess the thrombotic state.

Diagnosis diseases
Deep Vein Thrombosis, Pulmonary Embolism
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About Using Reagent

  • Sample Types

    whole blood, plasma
  • Reaction Time

    12 mins
  • Detection Range

    AFIAS (50 - 10,000 ng/ml)
    ichroma™ (50 - 10,000 ng/ml)
  • Indication

    Deep Vein Thrombosis, Diffuse or disseminated intravascular coagulation, Various embolisms including PE and strokes

In Your Medical Field

It produces the level of D-dimer in patient blood in 12 minutes. Attending clinicians can integrate this information with other pertinent parameters to assess the coagulation status of the patient. For example, a positive D-dimer result means that the patient has to undergo further imaging in order to diagnose whether or not he or she has DVT or PE.