2ml Purple Top Vacuum Blood Collection EDTA Tube K3 Coagulation Tests

Basic Information
Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: CIPING
Certification: CE,ISO13485
Model Number: CP-K2E
Minimum Order Quantity: 10000pcs
Price: usd0.25-0.45pcs
Packaging Details: 100pcs/rack,1800pcs/ctn or 100pcs/rack,1200pcs/ctn
Delivery Time: 10-15days
Payment Terms: L/C, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram, Paypal
Supply Ability: 1200000 Piece/Pieces per Day
Material: Pp/pet/glass Color: Purple
Application: BLOOD COLLECTION VOLUME: 1ML-10ML
Size: 13*75mm/ 13*100mm/ 16*100mm Place Of Origin: ZHEJIANG CHINA
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2ml EDTA Tube

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2ml EDTA Tube Purple Top Vacuum Blood Collection EDTA Tube K3 Coagulation Tests

2ml EDTA Tube Purple Top Vacuum Blood Collection EDTA Tube K3

1. Product Introducation:

EDTA prevents clotting by chelating calcium, an essential component of coagulation. This is your basic hematology tube (by which I mean identifying and counting blood cells, blood typing, etc).

Plasma stored from EDTA-treated blood can also be used to measure most proteins, and genetic material can easily be stored from EDTA buffy coats (the interface between the red cells and the plasma after centrifugation, containing white cells and platelets). Note: these tubes contain either K2EDTA or K3EDTA.

2. Vacutainer EDTA tubes FAQ

Q: What does EDTA stand for and how does the anticoagulant work?

A: EDTA stands for Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid. EDTA functions by binding calcium in the blood and keeping the blood from clotting

Q: What is the concentration of EDTA in the lavender and pink stoppered tubes?

A: The nominal EDTA concentration is 1.8mg EDTA per milliliter of blood.

Q: Why do some Vacutainer lavender top blood collection tubes contain K2EDTA and others contain K3EDTA?

A: Vacutainer Plus Blood Collection Tubes contain K2EDTA, which is spray-dried to the walls of the tube. K2EDTA is recommended by the CLSI (CLSI guideline - Evacuated Tubes and Additives for Blood Specimen Collection-Fifth Edition H1-A5, 2003) and the ICSH (International Council for Standardization in Hematology). Vacutainer glass blood collection tubes contain K3EDTA, the liquid form of EDTA.

Vacutainer/sample tube types for venipuncture/phlebotomy edit
Tube cap color or type Additive Usage and comments
Blood culture bottle Sodium polyanethol sulfonate (anticoagulant) and growth media for microorganisms Usually drawn first for minimal risk of contamination.[8] Two bottles are typically collected in one blood draw; one for aerobic organisms and one for anaerobic organisms.[9]
Light blue Sodium citrate (anticoagulant) Coagulation tests such as prothrombin time (PT) and partial thromboplastin time (PTT) and thrombin time (TT). Tube must be filled 100%.
Plain red No additive Serum: Total complement activity, cryoglobulins
Gold (sometimes red and grey "tiger top"[10]) Clot activator and serum separating gel[11] Serum-separating tube: Tube inversions promote clotting. Most chemistry, endocrine and serology tests, including hepatitis and HIV.
Dark green Sodium heparin (anticoagulant) Chromosome testing, HLA typing, ammonia, lactate
Mint green Lithium heparin (anticoagulant) Plasma. Tube inversions prevent clotting
Lavender ("purple") EDTA (chelator / anticoagulant) Whole blood: CBC, ESR, Coombs test, platelet antibodies, flow cytometry, blood levels of tacrolimus and cyclosporin
Pink EDTA (chelator / anticoagulant) Blood typing and cross-matching, direct Coombs test, HIV viral load
Royal blue EDTA (chelator / anticoagulant) Trace elements, heavy metals, most drug levels, toxicology
Tan EDTA (chelator / anticoagulant) Lead
Gray Glucose, lactate[13]
Yellow Acid-citrate-dextrose A (anticoagulant) Tissue typing, DNA studies, HIV cultures
Pearl ("white") Separating gel and (K2)EDTA PCR for adenovirus, toxoplasma and HHV-6


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