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Vcheck measures for the highly sensitive marker indicating thromboembolism with its D-dimer test. D-dimer is produced from degradation of crosslinked fibrin. Plasmin is the enzyme responsible for thrombolysis and acts on both fibrinogen and fibrin. Plasmin cleaves crosslinked fibrin resulting in a cleavage product consisting of 2 linked D domains or D-dimer.
Plasma (only Sodium Citrate) 5μl
A good screening test for DIC (Disseminated intravascular coagulation) and Acute Thromboembolic Disease
Assessment of Pulmonary Thromboembolism
Monitoring of Antithrombotic therapy
Prediction of survival prognosis after surgery
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