Postoperative Haemorrhage (P2Y12)

Postoperative Haemorrhage (P2Y12) is a hereditary disease which can be tested with a DNA test. Postoperative haemorrhage (P2Y12) is an inherited bleeding disorder in which platelet function is affected. Platelets are blood cells that are necessary for the normal clotting of blood. Affected dogs typically appear healthy but are at increased risk for spontaneous bleeding including excessive gingival bleeding during tooth eruption, nose bleeds and superficial skin bleeds. Severe bleeding occurs during surgery or after injuries and usually transfusion is needed. 

Inheritance: autosomal recessive - read more

Mutation: P2Y12 gene

Genetic test: The method used for genetic testing is extremely accurate and allows complete differentiation between affected animals, carriers and healthy dogs. DNA testing can be done at any age.

Disease control: read more

DNA test sample: EDTA whole blood (1.0 ml) or buccal swabs. Detailed information about sampling can be found here.

 

Price:

48.80 €

  • You can order free sampling kit.
  • Only one sample is required for each animal, even if you order several tests.
  • Samples are stored for the option to order additional tests.
  • We offer expert assistance in interpreting the results.
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