citrated


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cit·rat·ed

(sit'rā-ted),
Containing a citrate; specifically denoting blood serum or milk to which has been added a solution of potassium or sodium citrate, or both.

citrated

(sĭt′rāt-ĕd)
Combined or mixed with citric acid or a citrate.
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Intraassay imprecision (CV) was determined by measuring samples from 4 different citrated plasma pools 21 times in one run, and interassay imprecision (CV) was evaluated from the analysis of one sample from each plasma pool at 6 days.
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Precision of the assays was evaluated with three pools of citrated plasma obtained from patients (n [greater than or equal to] 10) with low, medium, and high D-Dimer content, respectively (Table 1).
The comparison of D-Dimer results from the corresponding citrated and heparinized plasma samples measured with the Tinaquant is shown in Fig.
The patient also received multiple citrated blood products.
Disparities between total and ionized calcium secondary to calcium citrate complexing have been reported in patients receiving citrated blood or other blood products and during donor plasmapheresis [5,61.