Price: 265 €
Timearound: 31 working days (monday to friday)
Thrombophilia, pathological tendency to develop thrombosis, is a complex state in which genetic, environmental factors and gene-environment interactions are involved. According GAIT1 study, genetic factors explain 60% of the etiology of thrombosis.
One third of patients with congenital thrombophilia have their first episode of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) when there is a risk factor acquired as pregnancy. Identifying high-risk pregnant women may reduce the incidence and complications of this disease during pregnancy.
ThrombosisChip detects expected thrombophilia with a blood test, by studying 12 allelic variants in 7 genes associated with risk of venous thromboembolism (VTE) in the coagulation cascade.
> 98% specificity and sensitivity
Includes the 12 most relevant genetic variants of risk
Unique algorithm that evaluates the risk of each factor using genetic and clinical data
Individualized recommendations report by Dr. José Manuel Soria
Recommended in case of:
- Family history of thrombophilia
- High risk pregnancies (Preeclampsia, implant failures, recurrent abortions…)