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S-Monovette

Ordering details
Blood Collection and Diagnostic Products

Preparations and applications for S-Monovettes and sample tubes

L 92 mm 16 mm Serum Clotting Activator Serum-Gel Clotting Activator Plasma Lithium Heparin Plasma-Gel Lithium Heparin Haematology Potassium EDTA 02.1066.001 9.0 ml 02.1063 02.1063.001 9.0 ml 02.1388 02.1388.001 9.0 ml 02.1065 02.1065.001 9.0 ml

L 92 mm 15 mm 01.1601 01.1601.001 7.5 ml 01.1602 01.1602.001 7.5 ml 01.1604 01.1604.001 7.5 ml 01.1634 7.5 ml 01.1605.001 7.5 ml

L 75 mm 15 mm 03.1397 03.1397.001 5.5 ml 03.1524 03.1524.001 4.7 ml 03.1628 03.1628.001 5.5 ml 03.1631.001 4.7 ml 03.1068 03.1068.001 4.0 ml

L 90 mm 13 mm 04.1934 04.1934.001 4.9 ml 04.1935 04.1935.001 4.9 ml 04.1936 04.1936.001 4.9 ml 04.1940 4.9 ml 04.1931 04.1931.001 4.9 ml

L 75 mm 13 mm 04.1943.001 2.7 ml

L 65 mm 13 mm 04.1904 04.1904.001 2.6 ml 04.1905 04.1905.001 2.6 ml

L 92 mm 11 mm 05.1104 05.1104.001 4.5 ml

L 66 mm 11 mm 05.1557.001 2.7 ml

L 66 mm 8 mm 06.1663.001 1.2 ml 06.1667.001 1.1 ml

Serum Separation (Clotting Activator)


After blood collection, the sample will normally clot within 20 to 30 minutes. A clotting activator is coated onto plastic barrier beads which, due to their specific density, form a layer between the blood clot and serum sample after centrifugation. The serum sample is suitable for all routine Clinical Chemistry and Serological investigations. For the physical separation of serum from the blood clot after centrifugation, we recommend our Seraplas separators (see page 22).

Serum Separation Gel (Clotting Activator)


After centrifugation, the gel provides an effective barrier between the blood clot and serum. A particular advantage of the S-Monovette Serum-Gel is its suitability for use as a direct sampling container in combination with Clinical Chemistry analysers.

04.1929.001 2.7 ml 04.1927.001 4.0 ml 04.1928 2.7 ml 04.1917 2.7 ml 04.1918

04.1906 04.1906.001 2.6 ml 04.1907 2.6 ml 04.1901 04.1901.001 2.6 ml 04.1903 04.1903.001 2.6 ml 04.1902 04.1902.001 2.9 ml

05.1106 05.1106.001 4.5 ml

05.1553 05.1553.001 2.7 ml

06.1666.001 1.2 ml 06.1669.001 1.1 ml

Plasma Separation (Lithium Heparin)


Heparin is the anticoagulant of choice for Clinical Chemistry investigations on plasma. The concentration is within the range 10-30 I.U./ml blood. Heparin is coated onto plastic beads which, due to their specific density, form a barrier between the red cell layer and plasma after centrifugation. Heparinized plasma is suitable for most routine Clinical Chemistry investigations. For the physical separation of plasma from the red cell layer after centrifugation, we recommend our Seraplas separators (see page 22).

05.1167 05.1167.001 2.7 ml 05.1073 05.1073.001 2.7 ml 05.1071 05.1071.001 5.0 ml S-Sedivette 130 x 8 mm 06.1690.001 3.5 ml 05.1165 05.1165.001 3.0 ml 05.1079 05.1079.001 2.0 ml

06.1664.001 1.2 ml 06.1665.001 1.2 ml 06.1668.001 1.4 ml

Plasma Separation Gel (Lithium Heparin)


After centrifugation, the gel provides an effective barrier between the plasma and the red cell layer. This prevents diffusion from the cells into the plasma during transport, analysis and storage.

Glucose Fluoride 2.7 ml Coagulation Sodium Citrate 1 in 10 ESR Sodium Citrate 1 in 5 02.1067.001 10.0 ml 01.1606.001 8.2 ml 04.1919 3.0 ml 04.1922 4.3 ml

Haematology (Potassium EDTA)


EDTA is the anticoagulant of choice for almost all routine haematological investigations. Each S-Monovette contains sufficient potassium EDTA to achieve a concentration of 1.2 - 2 mg EDTA/ml blood after collection. Maximum dilution caused by the liquid anticoagulant is 1%. The effectiveness of EDTA is not impaired by storage-induced drying.

Glucose Determination (Fluoride)


Fluoride salt, as a glycolysis inhibitor, is combined with an anticoagulant as a preparation for the performance of glucose estimations. Each S-Monovette contains sufficient fluoride salt to achieve a final concentration after sampling of 2-3 mg/ml blood.

Each S-Monovette is indicated with the colour code shown above. S-Monovettes with order number ending in .001 have a coloured paper label corresponding to the table.

Special S-Monovette
S-Monovette EDTA K2-Gel 92 x 16 mm; 9.0 ml 02.1333.001 90 x 13 mm; 4.9 ml 04.1932.001 S-Monovette citrate/buffer 65 x 13 mm 3.8 ml 04.1910.001 S-Monovette CPDA1 92 x 15 mm; 8.5 ml 01.1610.001 90 x 13 mm; 5.6 ml 04.1938.001 S-Monovette for trace metals 92 x 15 mm 7.5 ml 01.1604.400 S-Monovette Blood bank 92 x 15 mm green label; 7.5ml 01.1601.014 S-Monovette Li Heparin liquid 92 x 15 mm; 7.5 ml 01.1608.001 90 x 13 mm; 4.9 ml 04.1939.001 S-Monovette CTAD 65 x 13 mm 2.9 ml 04.1909.001

Coagulation (citrate)
Citrate (0.106 molar solution) is the anticoagulant of choice for all physiological coagulation studies. Provided the recommended volume of blood is drawn, each S-Monovette contains a dilution ratio of 1 in 10 (1 part citrate + 9 parts blood) after collection.

Blood sedimentation (citrate)


S-Monovette ThromboExact 66 x 11 mm 2.7 ml 05.1168.001 S-Monovette Homocysteine HCY-C 65 x 13 mm 2.9 ml 04.1911.001 S-Monovette Homocysteine HCY-Z-Gel 75 x 13 mm 2.7 ml 04.1908.001 S-Monovette Hirudin 65 x 13 mm 2.6 ml 04.1912.001 S-Monovette Na-Heparin 92 x 15 mm; 7.5 ml 01.1613.100 65 x 13 mm; 2.6 ml 04.1913.100 S-Monovette Blood gas- EDTA Monovette 65 13 66 x 11 mm; 2.0 ml 3.4 (ind. wrapped sterile) 04.1914.001 04.1914 05.1147.020 S-Monovette Blood gasACD-A Monovette 92 xx15 mm 2.0 ml 66 11 mm; 8.5 ml (ind. wrapped sterile) 05.1147.020 01.1624.001

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Citrate (0.106 molar solution) is the anticoagulant of choice for Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR) determination. Provided the recommended volume of blood is drawn, each S-Monovette contains a dilution ratio of 5 (1 part citrate + 4 parts blood) after collection. For the automatic determination of ESRs, we recommend the Sediplus S 100, S 200 and S 2000 instruments (see pages 10 - 11).

Neutral S-Monovette
Blood Gas Analysis (Lithium Heparin, calcium-balanced)
without preparation
92 x 16 mm 02.1726.001 9.0 ml 92 x 15 mm 01.1728.001 7.5 ml 90 x 13 mm 04.1926.001 4.9 ml 92 x 11 mm 05.1727.001 4.5 ml 66 x 11 mm 05.1729.001 2.7 ml

Calcium-balanced Lithium Heparin (for measuring ionized calcium or magnesium) is the anticoagulant of choice for blood gas analysis. The concentration of calcium-balanced Lithium Heparin is 50 I.U./ml blood on average after sample collection.

Packaging: All S-Monovettes detailed above are supplied sterile and are packaged in units of 50 per box, 500 per case. S-Monovettes individually wrapped, sterile are available at a minimum quantity of 10,000 pcs.

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