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The study was carried out on 30 clinically healthy dogs of various breeds. Haemoglobin concentration, haematocrit, platelet count and platelet haematocrit were significantly lower in citrate blood than in tripotassium ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA-K3) blood. The study confirmed the limited usage of sodium citrate in haematology analysis, unless canine EDTA-dependent thrombocytopenia is suspected.


M Zmigrodzka, A Winnicka, M Guzera. Comparison of the influence of EDTA-K3 and sodium citrate on haematology analysis in healthy dogs. Polish journal of veterinary sciences. 2012;15(2):391-2

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PMID: 22844720

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