Venous Blood Collection Tubes

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TUD ESR Tubes (0.109M / 0.129M)
TUD ESR tubes are used for measuring the Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR).
Gel tubes
Contains clot activator and gel for serum separation and further use for serum testing.
Lithium Heparin
Heparin is the only anticoagulant that should be used in a blood collection device for the determination of pH, blood gases, electrolytes and ion calcium.
Plain tubes
Plain tube is used when serum is needed. Beside that it also can be shortened the spinning time to get the serum.
EDTA tubes used EDTA(K2) and EDTA(K3) as anticoagulants. They are widely used to collect blood for clinical hematology examination and suitable for blood cells analysis and determinations of blood groups.
K2EDTA Gel Tube
The interior of the TUD K2EDTA Gel tubes is coated with K2EDTA. EDTA binds calcium ions and blocks the coagulation cascade. These tubes, which upon centrifugation separate undiluted plasma, are used for testing plasma in molecular diagnostics and viral load detection.
Fast Clot Tubes
Fast Clot Tubes could reduce the clotting time up to 90% which means it could come to 5 - 8 mins of clotting period before centrifugation, in such way could achieving the efficiency and the cost saving.
Lithium Heparin with Gel
Plasma tubes with lithium heparin and gel. The specific gravity of this material lies between that of the blood cells and plasma.
NaF + Oxal / NaF + EDTA
This tube contains fluoride and oxalate or fluoride and EDTA. Fluoride prevents enzyme inolase in the blood from working,in such glucose will not be gradually used up during storage. Oxalate is an anticoagulant.