CPDA-1

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citrate

 [sit´rāt, si´trāt]
any anionic form, salt, or ester of citric acid.
citrate phosphate dextrose (CPD) a solution containing citric acid, sodium citrate, monobasic sodium phosphate, and dextrose that is the primary anticoagulant used for preservation of whole blood or red blood cells for up to 21 days. The official USP name is anticoagulant citrate phosphate dextrose solution.
citrate phosphate dextrose adenine (CPDA-1) an anticoagulant solution, containing citric acid, sodium citrate, monobasic sodium phosphate, dextrose, and adenine, used for the preservation of whole blood and red blood cells for up to 35 days; it extends red cell survival by providing adenine needed for the maintenance of red cell ATP levels. The official USP name is anticoagulant citrate phosphate dextrose adenine solution.

CPDA-1

citrate phosphate dextrose adenine; see anticoagulant citrate phosphate dextrose adenine solution, under solution.

CPDA-1

abbreviation for citrate phosphate dextrose adenine.

CPDA-1

Citrate phosphate dextrose-adenine 1. A medium which supplies ATP, and extends the shelf life of packed red cells destined for transfusion to 35 days with a higher ATP level than earlier-generation red cell preservation media.

CPDA-1

citrate-phosphate-dextrose-adenine; an anticoagulant used in blood collection bags.