Anticoagulants and their uses

The commonly used anticoagulants are: heparin, citrate, oxalate, EDTA. Citrate is used for the storage of blood. Heparin is for taking blood samples for ABG estimation. Oxalate and EDTA are used while collecting blood for investigation.

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