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Carbon Dioxide

Elevated blood CO2 is almost synonymous with respiratory acidosis. The latter is restricted to clinical conditions with a primary increase in carbon dioxide in the inspired air or increased metabolic production of carbon dioxide.

Decreased blood CO2 is almost synonymous with respiratory alkalosis. The latter is restricted to clinical conditions with a primary decrease in carbon dioxide which can result from increased pulmonary ventilation due to mechanical ventilation or stimulation of the respiratory center.

Features and Benefits

CARBON DIOXIDE (CO2) L3K®

  • For the quantitative measurement of carbon dioxide in human serum and plasma. For IN VITRO diagnostic use. 
  • One part stable liquid. Easy to use, no additional preparation required.
  • Wide linear range. Reduces the need for diluting and repeat testing.
  • Excellent precision. Negligible bilirubin and hemoglobin interferences. Dependable results.


CARBON DIOXIDE (CO2) L3K® CONCENTRATE

  • For the quantitative determination of carbon dioxide in human serum and plasma. For IN VITRO diagnostic use. 
  • One part stable liquid reagent, 5X concentrate.
  • Serum and plasma are acceptable sample types. Flexible sample types to meet different laboratory needs.
  • Applicable to multiple chemistry platforms. Accommodates most testing requirements regardless of laboratory size or workload.

Catalog

Name Part Size
CARBON DIOXIDE (CO2) L3K® 299-17 5x100 mL (R1)
CARBON DIOXIDE (CO2) L3K® 299-30 6x30 mL (R1)
CARBON DIOXIDE (CO2) L3K® 299-50 4x500 mL (R1)
CARBON DIOXIDE (CO2) L3K® 299-55 1x500 mL (R1)
CARBON DIOXIDE (CO2) L3K® 299-80 1x1000 mL (R1)
CARBON DIOXIDE (CO2) L3K® CONCENTRATE 288-36 3x60 mL (R1)
CARBON DIOXIDE (CO2) L3K® CONCENTRATE 288-80 1x1000 mL (R1)