Cleartest D-Dimer - EN
Cleartest D-Dimer - to indicate fibrinolysis
A reliable test for suspected thrombosis or pulmonary embolism, for example.
D-dimer values that are too high can indicate leg vein thrombosis, pulmonary embolism, excessive blood clotting (disseminated intravascular coagulation), malignant tumors, leukemias, or severe liver cirrhosis. Values that are too low have no clinical significance.
- The detection limit is 500 ng/ml.
- Evaluation exactly after 10 minutes.
- Storage at 2 - 30 °C.
Individual portion vials for the buffer solution are included in the kit, thus no carryover and sufficient reagent for each cassette.
You will receive the CLEARTEST D-Dimer either as a 1, 5 or 10 (without lancet) test pack.
In patients with acute chest pain and dyspnea, an elevated value for D-dimer and the absence of typical cardiac marker changes indicate pulmonary embolism.
The cleavage of the protein fibrin, which plays a crucial role in plasmatic blood clotting, results in the product D-dimer. If blood clotting starts in the body, the concentration of D-dimer in the blood increases. This test allows the exclusion of pulmonary embolism (LE), deep vein thrombosis (DVT) or disseminated intravascular coagulopathy (DIC). With D-dimer, it should be noted that the diagnostic value of the test decreases as the patient ages. Scientists have developed a formula to extrapolate the cut-off: "age in years x 10 micrograms per liter," but values above 500 micrograms per liter always require further diagnostic testing.
For healthcare professionals only
Ref. C3 0501-E - PZN 5084504 - D-Dimer - 1 piece
Ref. C3 0501-5 - PZN 5084496 - D-Dimer - 5 pieces
Ref. C3 0501-10 - PZN 5389882 - D-Dimer - 10 pieces
Only for medical professionals and only available in your pharmacy!
Declarations of conformity: here
Instructions for use: here