(centrifuge, haematocrit) TUBE, CAPILLARY, heparinized, 75mm


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Former Code(s): ELAETUCA1H-
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(centrifuge, haematocrit) CAPILLARY TUBE


Very fine glass tube provided with or without (plain) anticoagulant for haematocrit determination.

The heparinised tube (red tip) is designed to sample blood through capillarity.

The plain tube (blue tip) is designed for anticoagulated veinous blood.

Used for determining the haematocrit, as well as for the parasitical concentrations (trypanosomiasis).




Technical specifications

  • Single use
  • Length: 75 mm
  • Internal Ø: 1.1 - 1.2 mm
  • Capacity: 75 µl
  • ELABTUCA1H-: anticoagulant: heparin: Na, NH4, ... (red tip)
  • ELABTUCA1P-: plain tube (blue tip)

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Instructions for use

For haematocrit determination use plain capillaries when sampling is done with EDTA vacuum tube and heparinized capillaries when blood is collected from a finger prick.

These tubes are not suitable for Determine rapid tests since these require specific capillary tubes.

Requires a haematocrit centrifuge.

Homogenize the sample by oscillating the tube.

Do not exceed the expiry date.

Single use only (risk of contamination).


  • Store between 2 and 40°C.
  • Shelf life: 24 months.

Waste management

Immediately after use, dispose of the tube into a sharps container (see related articles below).

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