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additive for yellow tube ACD acid-citrate-dextrose
addive for light blue sodium citrate
additive for red glass - none plastic - silica
additive for gold (sst) silcia and gel
additive for light green (pst) lithium heparin and gel
additive for green lithium or sodium heparin
additive for lavender EDTA
additive for pink k2 EDTA
additive for gray potassium dextrose & sodium fluoride
additive for navy n2 EDTA
yellow tube = what does additive tube do compliment inactivation
light blue tube= what does additive tube do binds to calcium
red = what does additive tube do clots blood and serum is separated in centrifuge
gold (SST)= what does additive tube do forms clots quickly and gel separated serum from rbc
light green (PST)= what does additive tube do gel separates plasma & rbc
green= what does additive tube do inactivates thrombin & thromboplastic
lavender= what does additive tube do binds to calcium
pink= what does additive tube do binds to calcium
gray= what does additive tube do preserves glucose
navy= what does additive tube do forms calcium salts/ sterile
blood culture=dept microbiology
yellow=dept blood bank
light blue=dept coagulation
red=dept chemistry, immunology, serology
gold (SST)=dept chemistry, immunology, serology
light green (PST)=dept chemistry
green=dept chemistry
lavender=dept hematology
pink=dept hemotology/ blood bank
gray=dept chemistry
navy=dept toxicology
blood culture =common lab blood culture
yellow =common lab paternity test
light blue =common lab PT, APTT, Lupus
red =common lab drug levels
gold (SST)=common lab tsh, hiv, hep b, vit d, lipid, lft
light green (PST)=common lab metabolic disorders
green=common lab ammonia, STAT electolytes
lavender=common lab cbc, cbc/diff, hct, hgb
pink=common lab blood test cross and screen
gray=common lab glucose, lactose
navy =common lab copper and zinc
Created by: angelshari



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