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ProductsSynovialscopics Synovial Fluid Control
Company Quantimetrix Corporation
Item Synovialscopics Synovial Fluid Control
Features 
  • 1 month open vial stability at room temperature
  • Liquid, human protein matrix
  • 18 month unopened* and 6 month open vial stability when stored at 2-8 C
  • Quantrol Quality Control Program available

    *from date of manufacture

Description This is the only control for monitoring total cell counts in patient synovial fluid samples performed manually using a hemocytometer. It is also an aid for identifying the crystals which may indicate a pathological condition present in the synovial fluid.
Info Quantimetrix Corporation
Customer Service: (800) 624-8380
Web site: http://www.4qc.com/

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