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BD FACSPresto™
Human
CD4 Monitoring
CE_IVD


Description

The BD FACSPresto Cartridge kit is designed for venous and capillary finger-stick whole blood application. It comes with 100 cartridges (657681) and Finger-stick sample collection kit for 100 samples which has 100 BD CAL Lancets, 100 Alcohol Swabs packets, 100 Cotton Gauze packets and 100 Band Aids. The BD FACSPresto CD4/Hb Cartridge is a single use reagent cartridge to be used with the BD FACSPresto™ System for performing the direct quantification and enumeration of CD4 absolute count, CD4 percentage of lymphocytes, and determination of hemoglobin concentration in normal and HIV positive patients, in conjunction with other laboratory and clinical findings.


The BD FACSPresto Cartridge kit is designed for venous and capillary finger-stick whole blood application. It comes with 100 cartridges (657681) and Finger-stick sample collection kit for 100 samples which has 100 BD CAL Lancets, 100 Alcohol Swabs packets, 100 Cotton Gauze packets and 100 Band Aids. The BD FACSPresto CD4/Hb Cartridge is a single use reagent cartridge to be used with the BD FACSPresto™ System for performing the direct quantification and enumeration of CD4 absolute count, CD4 percentage of lymphocytes, and determination of hemoglobin concentration in normal and HIV positive patients, in conjunction with other laboratory and clinical findings.

Preparation And Storage

Store the cartridge: • In its original foil pouch. Do not use the cartridge if the pouch has been opened for more than 30 minutes. • At 4°C–31°C (39°F–88°F). • In 10%–95% non-condensing humidity. • Until the expiration date. Do not use the cartridge after the expiration date on the package. Incubate the cartridge at 10°C–40°C (50°F–104°F).

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