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D-dimer (D-D dimer) is a fibrin degradation product that is produced when plasmin degrades stabilized fibrin that has been cross-linked by activated factor XIII. The blood contains DD complexes (D-dimers) of various molecular forms, such as YY/DXD, YD/DY, and DD/E.
Because an increase of the blood D-dimer level indicates that a clot has formed in vivo and has undergone fibrinolysis, this marker is known to be useful for diagnosing various diseases such as malignancy, obstetric diseases, vascular disorders, disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC), deep venous thrombosis (DVT), and pulmonary embolism (PE).
Specification of Rapidchip D-dimer
|Drug Classification||In Vitro Diagnostics|
|Certification No. in Japan||225ADAMX00125000|
|Package||Test device 20 pcs. Accessory: CAL 1 pc.|
|Samples||Plasma or whole blood (citrated, heparinized)|
|Measurement Time||10 min|
|Reference standard range||≤ 1.0 µg/mL1)|
|Detection Method||Reflected light intensity as measured by dedicated instrument Manufacturer|
1) Wakui M. et al. : Laboratory test guide 2003–2004, 639, Bunkodo, 2013. Japanese.
|Rapidchip D-dimer Control*||1 × 2conc. × 0.5mL(lyophilized)||2-10℃|
- *Not an in vitro diagnostic product in Japan.
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