Primary Supply Update: Sarstedt Aliquot Tubes FAQ’s
As of March 1, 2016, Cleveland Clinic Laboratories has changed primary aliquot tubes to Sarstedt.
Key features of these new tubes include:
– A better sealing cap to ensure that the specimen does not leak during transport.
– Graduation along the side starting with 0.5 mL up to 4.0 mL to visually ensure sufficient sample is provided.
– Improved compatibility with automated analyzers.
Aspergillus galactomannan BAL (ASGALB)
BK Virus Quantitation PCR, Plasma (BKQUAN)
Bone marrow Cancer Chromosome Microarray + SNP (BMHSNP)
Chromosomal Microarray SNP, Constitutional (CRMSNP)
Chromosome Analysis, Blood (CHRBLD)
Chromosome Analysis, Bone Marrow (CHRBMH)
Chromosome Analysis, Leukemic Blood (CHRBLL)
Cytomegalovirus DNA Detection and Quantitation by PCR (CMVQNT)
EBV by PCR Quantitative (EBVQNT)
Enterovirus PCR (ENTPCR)
Hepatitis B Viral DNA, Ultra Quant (HBVDNU)
Hepatitis C Genotyping (HEPGEN)
Hepatitis C RNA by PCR (HCQPCR)
Herpes Simplex Virus by PCR, CSF (HSPCRC)
HIV Quant RNA by PCR (HIVRNA)
HIV-1 Qualitative Test by PCR (HIV1QL)
Legionella pneumophila PCR (LEGPCR)
LTT Mitogen Screen (LTTMS)
MTB Complex vs NTM by PCR on Smear Positive Specimens (TBPCR)
Pneumocystis jiroveci PCR (PCPPCR)
Respiratory Viral Panel by PCR (RVPPCR)
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