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Blood collection tubes are sterile glass or plastic tubes with a vacuum inside facilitating the draw of a predetermined volume of liquid. Most commonly used to collect blood samples in venipuncture, they are designed for the collection, transport, and processing of skin puncture blood. The insides of these tubes may be coated with anticoagulants that prevents the clotting of blood after being drawn and stored inside the tube or sodium fluoride - potassium oxalate preservative. Certain types of tubes come with a separating gel between the top tube and the serum tube are available. Tight seals preserve sample integrity.
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