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BD Arterial Blood Gas Syringe - 1ml A-line Drihep Slip Tip

Product Code: K924

Pack Size: 100


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Product Description

BD Vacutainer® Critical Care Syringes can be used to measure arterial blood gas, ionized calcium, ionized magnesium, as well as perform critical care tests.

BD Drihep™ A-Line™ syringes contain calcium balanced lithium heparin spray dried on the sides of the syringe. 

The BD Drihep A-Line™ permits aspiration only.

Suitable for the entire critical care panel of tests.

Blood collection syringes without needles designed for collection by manual aspiration.

  • For arterial blood gas analysis and other critical care tests
  • Can be used for arterial or venous blood collection from an arterial or IV line
  • Contains spray-dried, calcium-balanced lithium heparin for more accurate results and to minimise clotting in the sample
  • 30 units of heparin
  • Without needle
  • 1ml
  • Luer slip tip
  • Latex-free
  • Pack of 100

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