Diagnosis of thrombosis, DIC syndrome, monitoring of thrombolytic therapy
The examination reveals whether there is an increased thrombus formation in the body
During degradation of a fibrin clot under influence of plasmin, fragments containing D-dimers are formed. D-dimer is considered as a marker of ability to hypercoagulable and endogenous fibrinolysis, elevated levels of which are recorded in patients with thrombosis.
Preparation for examination: fasting
Material for examination: venous blood
Test systems: VEDALAB (France)
Units of measurement: ng/ml
Analysis completion period: 1 working day
Reference range: up to 400 ng/ml
1. DIC-syndrome (secondary fibrinolysis).
2. Myocardial infarction.
3. Arterial or venous thrombosis.
4. Renal failure.
5. Hepatic failure.
6. Acute or chronic inflammatory diseases.
7. Severe gestosis of the second half of pregnancy.
8. Therapy by the tissue plasminogen activator.
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- Ultrasound examination of the heart
- Duplex scanning of vessels
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- Diagnosis of thrombosis, DIC syndrome, monitoring of thrombolytic therapy
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