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Order of Draw

The order of draw for our class

TermDefinition
1st Tube Class In The Order of Draw Yellow, Sterile Tubes: Needs To Be Kept Sterile
2nd Tube Class In The Order of Draw Light Blue Tubes: Used for Coagulation Test
3rd Tube Class In The Order of Draw Glass or Plastic Red Tubes: Serum Tubes
4th Tube Class In The Order of Draw Gold Hemogard or Red-Gray Tubes: Contain Clot Activators
5th Tube Class In The Order of Draw Heparin Tubes (ie: Green, Light Green, etc.): Anticoagulant that is less likely to interfere than EDTA
6th Tube Class In The Order of Draw EDTA Tubes (ie: Lavendar, Pink, etc.): Anticoagulant that binds metals including Ca and K. Can cause falsely lower Ca or K readings.
7th Tube Class In The Order of Draw Gray Top Tubes: Contains potassium oxalate which can cause higher Na & K levels and destruction of cell membranes
Created by: PayneLabTech