Corvac tube

Corvac tube

Lab medicine A proprietary 1-15 ml blood collection tube, that contains a silicone-based goo for separating serum
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For all analytes except ACTH, we drew blood from 25 volunteers (age range, 24-57 years; 10 males and 15 females) into serum separator (SS) glass tubes (Becton Dickinson) and into SS plastic tubes manufactured by Becton Dickinson (Vacutainer Tube; designated as type A), Monoject (Sherwood Corvac tube; designated as type B), and Greiner (Greiner Vacuette tube; designated as type C).