|Sodium Fluoride Potassium Oxalate Tube
|CE, ISO13485, ISO9001
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Potassium oxalate/sodium fluoride grey cap Sodium fluoride is a weak anticoagulant, which is usually used in combination with potassium oxalate, and its ratio is 1 part sodium fluoride and 3 parts potassium oxalate. 4mg of this mixture can make 1ml of blood not coagulate within 23 days and inhibit the decomposition of sugar.
It cannot be used for the determination of urea by the urease method, nor the determination of alkaline phosphatase and amylase. It is recommended for blood sugar testing. It contains sodium fluoride potassium oxalate or disodium ethylenediaminetetraacetate (EDTA-Na) spray, which can inhibit the enolase activity in glucose metabolism. After drawing blood, invert and mix 5-8 times. The liquid plasma is reserved for use, and it is a special tube for rapid blood glucose measurement.
A glucose tube is a small plastic tube that can be vacuum-sealed. It is used to collect and store blood samples. The blood sample is then used to measure glucose levels.
The glucose tube contains a chemical reagent that reacts and reacts with the glucose in the sample. This response is then measured using a device called a glucose meter.
Sodium fluoride tubes are more accurate than glucose meters because they can detect glucose levels much earlier in the process. They are also more cost-effective and do not require any special equipment.
|Sodium Fluoride + Heparin Sodium Sodium Fluoride + EDTA
Sodium Fluoride + Potassium Oxalate
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