D-Dimer test

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A d-dimer test is a blood test that measures a substance that is released when a blood clot breaks up. Doctors order the d-dimer test, along with other lab tests and imaging scans, to help check for blood-clotting problems.

Symptoms are:   Leg pain or tenderness, usually in one leg

Leg swelling, edema

Discoloration of the leg

It may be ordered when someone has symptoms of pulmonary embolism such as: 

 

Sudden shortness of breath, labored breathing

Coughing, hemoptysis (blood present in sputum)

Lung-related chest pain

Rapid heart rate

Proteins normally help the body repair tissue. They also prevent fatty buildup and damage to the liver cells. . . . Taking vitamins and medicines and prescribed by your doctor for low blood count, nerve problems, or nutritional problems from liver disease. Limiting your salt intake

To prevent liver disease: Drink alcohol in moderation. . . . Avoid risky behavior. . . . Get vaccinated. . . . Use medications wisely. . . . Avoid contact with other people's blood and body fluids. . . . Take care with aerosol sprays. . . . Protect your skin. . . . Maintain a healthy weight.

Treatment for ARLD involves stopping drinking alcohol. This is known as abstinence, which can be vital, depending on what stage the condition is at. . . . Nevertheless, if you have alcohol-related cirrhosis or alcoholic hepatitis and don't stop drinking, no medical or surgical treatment can prevent liver failure. 

Test Method 1 : The D-dimer test is a blood test. You will need to get a blood sample drawn. 

Report available : Turnaround Time is :24 hours. 

A person have the following symptoms should get this done:     Leg pain or tenderness, usually in one leg

Leg swelling, edema

Discoloration of the leg

It may be ordered when someone has symptoms of pulmonary embolism such as: 

Sudden shortness of breath, labored breathing

Coughing, hemoptysis (blood present in sputum)

Lung-related chest pain

Rapid heart rate

Liver disease and cardivascular disease.