Microhaematocrit Tubes

Shop online today with International Scientific Supplies to choose the perfect microhaematocrit tubes for your needs.

What are Microhaematocrit Tubes?

Also called Microhematocrit Tubes, taken from the Merriam Webster Dictionary definition, the word “Microhematocrit” means:

A procedure for determining the ratio of the volume of packed red blood cells to the volume of whole blood by centrifuging a minute quantity of blood in a capillary tube coated with heparin.

The tubes are simply the devices used in the above procedure.

Qualities of the ISS range

A range of microhematocrit tubes, with the following special qualities:

Microhaematocrit Tubes

Code Volume Length mm (L) Colour Code Na Heparinised Pack Quantity
GC0039 75µl 75 Blue 1000 (10 x 100)
GC0040 75µl 75 Red 1000 (10 x 100)
GC0059 40µl 40 Blue 100
GC0060 40µl 40 Red 100

Buy Microhaematocrit tubes online at ISS

You can see the four standard microhaematocrit tubes available from ISS above. Click on the individual pages for more detail about each. We are only a call away if you need advice and support about selecting the best tube for your needs. Simply call 44 (0) 1274 720070 or if you prefer send an email to sales@intscientific.com.

Please contact us if you do not see the tube you require. Alternative sizes and a range of anti-coagulant types are available to special order.