Thrombin Generation - Coagulation diagnostics of the future

TGA fully automated with the Ceveron - as simple as a routine assay

The first despriptions of thrombin generation (TG) were published as early as 1986. TG in the classical meaning, should be understood as the formation of the thrombin curve after addition of a slow re­acting thrombin specific substrate. While routine parameters as Quick and aPTT measure only a part of the coagulation cascade (approx. 2% of the formed thrombin), the TG as global parameter in­cludes the total thrombin formation process. TG provides additional information. From the course of the curve, conclusions can be drawn about tendencies of haemophilia or thrombophilia as well of the effects of anticoagulants.

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