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PF4 Enhanced® and PF4 IgG Assay​

Detect harmful antibodies that cause Heparin Induced Thrombocytopenia (HIT).

Detect harmful antibodies that cause Heparin Induced Thrombocytopenia (HIT).

The PF4 family of products detect heparin-induced PF4 antibodies in multiple kit formats allowing the flexibility to detect either IgG/A/M or IgG specific antibodies.

Heparin-Induced Thrombocytopenia (HIT) is an adverse reaction after prolonged exposure to unfractionated or Low Molecular Weight Heparin. Work by Warkentin et al. suggests a direct link between the OD value, e.g. the titre of the Antibody, and the likelihood that a patient has HIT or could develop it if exposure to heparin is not discontinued.

  • Reduce false positives with the heparin neutralization step
  • Assure confidence with high sensitivity
  • ELISA assay using polyvinyl sulphonate (PVS)

Product offerings may differ by region, please check with your local Werfen representative for regulatory status in your area.

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June 23rd 2024

Where

Barcelona, Spain

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June 24th 2024

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When

June 25th 2024

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