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D-Dimer(Quantitative) Test

The D-Dimer test detects blood clotting by measuring a protein produced when a clot breaks down. Healthcare professionals use it in emergency rooms to diagnose clot-related issues. High D-Dimer levels hint at problems like deep vein thrombosis or pulmonary embolism. This test, done through a simple blood draw, is non-invasive, making it quick and easy in places like clinics.

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A high D-Dimer level suggests the presence of blood clotting or fibrinolysis in the body, which may be associated with conditions like deep vein thrombosis (DVT) or pulmonary embolism (PE).

No, the test is minimally invasive and involves a simple blood draw, making it a relatively painless procedure.

D-dimer levels can be influenced by inflammation, infection, surgery, or trauma, leading to elevated readings unrelated to clotting disorders.

Results are usually available within a few hours, allowing healthcare professionals to assess and address potential clot-related concerns promptly.

While the test indicates the presence of abnormal clotting, further diagnostic testing is often necessary to pinpoint the specific clotting disorder causing elevated D-Dimer levels.

D-dimer levels can vary with age, and reference ranges may differ for different age groups. However, gender is generally not a significant factor in interpreting results.

Yes, the D-Dimer test is frequently employed in emergency rooms to assess patients with symptoms suggestive of clot-related conditions quickly.

While an average D-Dimer level makes blood clots less likely, it does not entirely rule out their presence, and further clinical evaluation may be necessary.

The test is primarily used for initial diagnosis, and ongoing monitoring typically involves other diagnostic methods tailored to the specific clotting disorder.

Certain lifestyle factors, such as smoking or a sedentary lifestyle, may influence D-Dimer levels, highlighting the importance of considering overall health in interpreting results.

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