Vacutainer


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Vacutainer

A proprietary blood collection tube with a vacuum to facilitate blood collection
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Tenders are invited for Vacutainer Vial With Clot Activator Mfg.
It then uses ultrasound to ensure sufficient blood flow before aligning the needle and drawing blood with a vacutainer system.
Gel flotation has been previously reported in clinical samples drawn in plasma and serum BD Vacutainer (Becton Dickinson and Company, Franklin Lakes, New Jersey) specimen tubes with gel separator.
Factors of interest that result in hemolyzed specimens include: over-manipulation of the extremity at the draw site, intravenous catheter size, Vacutainer pressure, over-shaken or vigorously shaken tubes, utilization of an improperly sized tube or a tube without the proper additive, method of transport, and transport time to processing.
Venous blood collected into lithium-heparin-coated Vacutainer tubes was used to determine hematocrit.
Simple in design, the patented visual guide technology developed by BD combined with the TimeMed v-notch label lets the user line up the secondary label's color-coded notch and the color-coded sidebar on the BD primary label on the Vacutainer collection tube.
You say to yourself that if you see another syringe or vacutainer needle, you'll probably run out screaming to the hills.
A tourniquet was applied to the patient's arm to increase distention of the vein, and a 21-gauge vacutainer needle was inserted into the patient's vein.
Evaluation of vacutainer plus lo lead tubes for blood lead and erythrocyte protoporphyrin testing.
The needle was then entered into an SST Vacutainer, and the remaining blood specimen (1 mL) was emptied into the Vacutainer.
NYSE: BDX) announced that it received Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval to market its blood collection device, BD Vacutainer Rapid Serum Tube, in the U.
Tenders are invited for Vacutainer Vial Advanced Sst Ii With Gel Plus Clot Activator , Mfg.