- Anti-Xa for LMWH monitoring
- alpha 2 antiplasmin activity
- Prothrombin fragment 1:2
- Factor XIII
- Fibrinogen Ag
- TAFI antigen
All results are available within two weeks although anti-Xa estimations can be performed urgently.
External users may contact the laboratory for information related to result progress.
Requests for these assays and urgent anti-Xa levels must be discussed with a consultant of the Centre for Haemostasis and Thrombosis.
Citrate (blue top tube)
Anti-Xa samples must be taken to the laboratory on ice, please contact laboratory for details of phlebotomy and delivery. Each test requires one 4.5ml citrated sample.
FXIII requests also require a special Lithium Heparin tube from Clinical Biochemistry for an ammonia level to be performed.
Monday - Friday: 9am - 5.15pm
Dr Gary Moore - principal biomedical scientist. Tel: 020 7188 2797 Email: email@example.com
Tina Whitham - head biomedical scientist. Tel: 020 7188 2797 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
David Gurney - laboratory platelet specialist. Tel: 020 7188 2797