sodium citrate anticoagulant preparation instructions

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A minimum of 2 5 mL of whole blood was collected in 4-mL BD Vacutainer CPT™ cell preparation tubes containing 0 1 M sodium citrate anticoagulant according to the manufacturer's instructions (BD Franklin Lakes New Jersey) Each filled tube was inverted 8 to 10 times to mix the contents after the blood was drawn and immediately before

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Specimen Collection and Preparation

• Light Blue-Top (Sodium Citrate) Tube: This tube contains sodium citrate as an anticoagulant—used for coagulation studies Note: It is imperative that the tube be completely filled The ratio of blood to anticoagulant is critical for va l id c og utn er G y b 8 t o10 im es r v nc agul L ig ht Gr en- To p( um H a l) b : This tube contains

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Plasma and Serum Preparation

Serum is the liquid fraction of whole blood that is collected after the blood is allowed to clot The clot is removed by centrifugation and the resulting supernatant designated serum is carefully removed using a Pasteur pipette Plasma is produced when whole blood is collected in tubes that are treated with an anticoagulant

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Sodium Citrate 0 11M for anticoagulation of blood

Sodium Citrate: May be used for anticoagulating blood specimens for coagulation or platelet function studies Replacing 3 8% and 3 2% weight to volume preparations Sodium Citrate is formulated at 0 11M as recommended by the International Committee of Thr

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IDEXX Coag Dx Citrate Prothrombin Time (PT) Test Insert

tube containing sodium citrate (3 2%) and allow blood to be drawn into the tube until the flow stops Mix gently Discard the syringe with the needle Operating Instructions Before performing any assay refer to the IDEXX Coag Dx™ Analyzer Operator's Guide for detailed operating instructions Material provided • Citrate PT test cartridges

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ACD

Synonyms: Anticoagulant Citrate Dextrose Solution Formula A EP Anticoagulant Citrate Phosphate Dextrose Solution ACD-A Solution ACD Solution ACD-A ACD ACD Solution USP formula A ACD-A anticoagulant Anticoagulant Citrate Dextrose Solution USP Formula A (ACD-A) Intended Use Of The Product Use of the substance/mixture: Anticoagulant For

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Influence of K 2 EDTA sodium citrate and lithium heparin

Meanwhile mean levels of TC (p0 05) TG (p0 05) LDL-c (p0 05) were reduced and significantly different in sodium citrate tubes compared to gel separator tubes Mean HDL-c levels did not significantly differ using heparin K 2 EDTA and sodium citrate anticoagulant tube compared to gel separator tubes (p0 05)

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Anticoagulant Citrate Phosphate Dextrose Solution USP

Instructions for Blood Collection Using Anticoagulant Citrate Phosphate Dextrose Solution USP (CPD) BLOOD-PACK™ Unit with an Integrally Attached Container of ADSOL™ Red Cell Preservation Solution Rx only Contains Sample Diversion System for the collection of whole blood samples for laboratory testing Also includes the DONORCARE

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Anticoagulant Citrate Phosphate Dextrose Solution USP

Instructions for Blood Collection Using Anticoagulant Citrate Phosphate Dextrose Solution USP (CPD) BLOOD-PACK™ Unit with an Integrally Attached Container of ADSOL™ Red Cell Preservation Solution Rx only Contains Sample Diversion System for the collection of whole blood samples for laboratory testing Also includes the DONORCARE

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Physical compatibility of 4% sodium citrate with

2010-07-15However data are limited regarding the compatibility of antimicrobials with the anticoagulant sodium citrate Antimicrobial locks containing sodium citrate are likely to be of interest to clinicians especially when treating patients with a history of heparin-induced thrombocytopenia (HIT) or active HIT

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Anticoagulant Citrate Dextrose A Acd

ANTICOAGULANT CITRATE DEXTROSE A ACD-A- anticoagulant citrate dextrose a acd-a injection solution Arteriocyte Medical Systems Inc -----Anticoagulant Citrate Dextrose Solution Solution A USP ACD-A 50 mL Catalog # AMSACD-A Anticoagulant intended for use only with devices that prepare Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) products for

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BD Vacutainer

BD Vacutainer Specialty Tubes Closure Reference # Description Tube Size Draw Volume Type Colour Label type (mm) (mL) Molecular 362753 G Tube with polymer gel and sodium heparin for mononuclear cell preparation (CPT) 16x125 8 0 Mylar 362760 G Tube with polymer gel and sodium citrate for mononuclear cell preparation (CPT) 13x100 4 0 Mylar

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Sodium Citrate 0 11M for anticoagulation of blood

Sodium Citrate: May be used for anticoagulating blood specimens for coagulation or platelet function studies Replacing 3 8% and 3 2% weight to volume preparations Sodium Citrate is formulated at 0 11M as recommended by the International Committee of Thr

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BD Vacutainer

BD Vacutainer Specialty Tubes Closure Reference # Description Tube Size Draw Volume Type Colour Label type (mm) (mL) Molecular 362753 G Tube with polymer gel and sodium heparin for mononuclear cell preparation (CPT) 16x125 8 0 Mylar 362760 G Tube with polymer gel and sodium citrate for mononuclear cell preparation (CPT) 13x100 4 0 Mylar

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LUPUS ANTICOAGULANT

Pre-Test Preparation: A PT/PTT is included in this test All special coagulation tests (DRVVT LAPTT PRC PRS and AT) can be performed on the same sample See: Order of Draw Inversions Label Placement Collect the PT/PTT sample first followed by 3 Citrate tubes for the special coagulation testing

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IDEXX Coag Dx

tube containing sodium citrate (3 2%) and allow blood to be drawn into the tube until the flow stops Mix gently Discard the syringe with the needle Operating Instructions Before performing any assay refer to the IDEXX Coag Dx™ Analyzer Operator's Manual for detailed operating instructions Material provided • Citrate aPTT test cartridges

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Coagulation Testing : Coagulation Testing

3 2% citrate plasma shipped frozen is the only acceptable sample type All other anticoagulants (heparin EDTA oxalate) are NOT acceptable VACUTAINER tubes must be filled to completion to ensure the proper 9:1 blood to anticoagulant ratio is achieved Routine collection requires 4 5-mL blood added to 0 5-mL sodium citrate

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Collection Protocols: Coagulation Testing

eneral Drawing Instructions 1 3 2% Sodium citrate plasma shipped frozen is the only acceptable sample type for coagulation testing All other anticoagulants (heparin EDTA oxalate) are NOT acceptable 2 Proper 9:1 blood to anticoagulant ratio is required Routine collection yields 4 5 mL blood added to 0 5 mL sodium citrate The vacutainer

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Instruction pour l'utilisation : Dextrose + acide Citrique

Instruction pour l'utilisation : Dextrose + acide Citrique + Sodium dihydrophosphate + citrate de Sodium Instructions dtailles pour l'application et le rsum au mdicament la composition d'ingrdients actifs effets secondaires indications et contre-indications Achetez en ligne

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