RAMP D-DIMER

The biomarker for venous thromboembolism

The Challenge

VENOUS THROMBOEMBOLISMS ARE DIFFICULT TO DIAGNOSE

  • Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) and Pulmonary Embolism (PE) are diagnostically challenging conditions that carry a high cost if not recognized and treated promptly.
  • Accurate diagnosis of DVT and PE remain a problem and with improper testing, risky, expensive, imaging and treatments may be done unnecessarily.
  • DVT and PE present like many other medical problems, but emergency medicine doctors have no time to waste, and the majority of PE-related deaths occur within the first hour
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The Solution

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TEST PRINCIPLES

  • Quantitative fluorescent immunoassay
  • Sample: 75 µL EDTA whole blood
  • Time to Result: ~15 minutes
  • Single use test cartridge with barcode defines lot specific calibration
  • Proprietary RAMP® buffer enhances performance
  • A calibrated transfer device is provided with every kit
  • RAMP ratio corrects for sources of analytical variability A calibrated transfer device is provided with every kit
  • RAMP D-dimer

    • Research shows that the fibrin degradation product D-dimer, in general, is a valuable diagnostic marker used as an aid to the rule-out of Venous Thromboembolism (VTE), including thromboembolic events such as Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) and Pulmonary Embolism (PE).
    • RAMP D-dimer, unlike traditional D-dimer assays, uses EDTA whole blood directly and samples do not require centrifugation and speed up processing time.
    • RAMP D-dimer is relatively inexpensive and provides lab quality quantitative results in ~15 minutes.

    Additional Information

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