Q-May Laboratory Coagulation Reagents
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The correlation between FDP and D-dimer
 
P-FDP is the fibrin/fibrinogen degradation product. Fibrin clot that is generated in coagulation on the blood and fibrinogen are degradated by plasmin which is generated in fibrinolysis, generate fibrin/fibrinogen degradation product. The existence of FDP in the blood means the fibrinolysis has occurred in vivo.
 
D-dimer is the fibrin degradation product. Fibrin clot that is generated in coagulation on the blood is degradated by plasmin which is generated in fibrinolysis, generates fibrin degradation product (XDP). D-dimer is the general name of high molecular degradation product (mainly contain Y-Y/D-X-D fragment), medium molecular product (mainly contain D-Y/Y-D fragment) and low molecular product (mainly contain D-D/E fragment).
The existence of D-dimer in the blood means the fibrinolysis has occurred in vivo.
That is to say, it is useful to measure it as the diagnosis of DIC, various thrombotic diseases, and as the index of the treatment the follow-up.
 
 
 
Features
-    Measured value is not reserved between FDP and D-dimer (in case of Factor Auto).
-    The balance of primary fibrinolysis and the secondary fibrinolysis in the blood vessel can be perceived by measuring it together D-dimer and FDP.
-    High molecular D-dimer, medium molecular one and low molecular one can be measured almost even.
-    Factor Auto is available for various analytical instruments.
 
 
Designation
Packing
Factor Auto D-dimer
R1 Buffer: 11 mL x 2
R2 Latex Reagent: 6mL x 1
D-dimer Calibrator
1 mL x 5 kinds
Factor Auto P-FDP
R1 Buffer: 11 mL x 2
R2 Latex Reagent: 6mL x 1
P-FDP Calibrator
1 mL x 5 kinds
Common diluent
100 mL
Multiple Sera N Control
0.5 mL x 5
Multiple Sera A Control
0.5 mL x 5

 

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