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Heparin-Induced Thrombocytopenia - PEA

The next evolution in diagnostics for Heparin-Induced Thrombocytopenia, from Versiti.

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The Innovative Next-Step in HIT Diagnostics


The next evolution in Heparin-Induced Thrombocytopenia (HIT) diagnostics, Versiti’s P-Selectin Expression Assay - PEA, is now available for clinical order. When compared to the current ‘gold-standard’ SRA, the PEA is able to:

  • detect more patients with HIT antibodies; and
  • boasts a faster analytical time, resulting in an industry-leading TAT of <24 hours.

The Platelet and Neutrophil Immunology Laboratory has over 25 years of experience performing advanced testing for HIT and is pleased to be on the forefront of innovation with the PEA.

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Advantages of Versiti's PEA:

Versiti’s PEA has been developed to identify the presence of and functional ability of heparin-induced antobodies to activate platelets. Because of its high specificity, the PEA is useful for confirming weak or 'inconclusive' results obtained with the highly sensitive PF4/ELISA. 

 

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*Repeat sample runs will be performed on the next scheduled testing day, in the rare event of an assay failure

 

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