Products listed here are marketed and available for diagnostic use in at least one of the following regions as confirmed by the manufacturer: Australia, Canada, Japan, the European Union, the United States of America.
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Approval status key:
✓ = available for diagnostic use
X = not available for diagnostic use
− = unable to obtain relevant information
Light transmission aggregometry (LTA) can be used as a diagnostic test for platelet defects or to monitor anti-platelet treatment by measuring platelet aggregation in response to different agonists.
Platelet function analysis (PFA) can be used to test the ability of platelets in citrated whole blood to adhere to appropriate substrates under shear stress conditions.
Flow cytometry can be used to assess both the physical and antigenic properties of platelets.