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
What Our Customers Are Saying
"We initially purchased the Vcheck V200 for the D-dimer test option, but now we find ourselves running basically all the other tests. We don't go a day in our hospital without running at least three pancreatic tests, and we consistently use NT-proBNP tests. After learning more about CRP, we are planning to use that test more frequently as well."
Amanda Fultz, Rainbow Veterinary Hospital, Darlington, PA