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Calcium chloride

Reagent for Recalcification of Citrate Plasma and Citrate Blood (Calcium Chloride) according to TU 9398-039-05595541-2011 is intended for initiating the coagulation reaction during coagulological tests such as prothrombin time (PT), activated partial thromboplastin time (APTT), plasma recalcification time, partial thromboplastin time (PTT) (cephalin time), activated recalcification time (ART) (kaolin time), testing the activity of all coagulation factors, analyzing coagulation inhibitors, XIIa-dependent fibrinolysis, etc. The reagent is designed for use both manually and on all types of semi-automatic and automatic coagulometers.

Method Principle: The addition of an excess of calcium ions to the investigated plasma neutralizes citrate ions that stabilize the plasma, initiating coagulation under the influence of a specific activator.

Calcium chloride reagent is a transparent colorless liquid, and the concentration of calcium ions in it is in the range of 0.0245–0.0255 mol/liter

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Kit Composition: R-9: Calcium chloride 0.025 M solution (5 ml/vial) – 6 vials. R-9/1: Calcium chloride 0.025 M solution (10 ml/vial) – 6 vials, code R-9/1.

One kit with the code R-9 is intended for conducting 600 analyses, and one kit with the code R-9/1 is intended for conducting 1200 analyses, with a consumption of 0.05 ml of calcium chloride per analysis.

Normal and pathological values of tests conducted with calcium chloride should be monitored using Control Plasma (pool of healthy donors) (Plasma N), code KM-1.