Rees-Ecker fluid

Rees-Eck·er flu·id

(rēs ek'ĕr),
an aqueous solution of sodium citrate, sucrose, and brilliant cresyl blue used in platelet counts.

Ecker,

Enrique E., U.S. bacteriologist, 1887-1966.
Ecker fluid - dilating fluid.
Rees-Ecker fluid - see under Rees, H Maynard

Rees,

H. Maynard, 20th century U.S. physician.
Rees-Ecker fluid - an aqueous solution of sodium citrate, sucrose, and brilliant cresyl blue used in platelet counts.

Rees-Ecker fluid

a diluting fluid for use in direct thrombocyte counts; contains sodium citrate, formaldehyde and brilliant cresyl blue.