Reagent & Consumables

A commonly used hematological reagent is the blood coagulation test. This test determines the ability of the blood to form a clot. This is done to evaluate for a possible clotting disease or disorder, such as a form of anemia or a defect in the clotting system. The results of the test can help confirm the diagnosis and determine the appropriate treatment. It is also one of the mandatory tests if the patient will undergo surgery, given the possibility of hemorrhage.

There are also some specialized hematological reagents for the detection of hematological biometry. These test blood biometry for malignant conditions such as leukemia and tumors. Early detection is key to the treatment and prevention of these diseases. This test is also used to monitor the progress of existing treatment. 

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Blood reagent tests can also be used to compare health and pathology in patients. For example, a physician can compare the levels of various blood reagents in a healthy and a sick patient. Precisely, outliers and values far from what is expected are the initial warning signs that something is wrong. The results of these tests can be very useful to a physician in assessing the health of patients and determining the best treatment option for each case.

Blood reagent tests can also be useful in monitoring the health of patients with chronic pathologies. For example, a patient with diabetes can monitor insulin and glucose levels on a regular basis using blood reagent tests. In this way, the physician can monitor the progression of the disease and adjust treatment to keep insulin levels within appropriate limits.


Depending on the area of study to which it is intended to be applied, reagents can be classified into functions such as analysis reagents, synthesis reagents, reaction reagents, biological reagents, catalytic reagents, distillation reagents and laboratory network reagents. These are some of the most common reagents used in the laboratory. Analytical reagents are used to evaluate a variety of characteristics, such as color, concentration, density, pH, polarity, and degree of combustibility.

These reagents are generally used to perform a variety of tests, such as soil, water, air, and food analyzes. Their main characteristic is their high purity, which allows them to be used as standard reagents in quantitative analysis. Synthetic reagents are used to transform one or more chemicals into another of desired properties. These reagents are used to carry out a variety of experiments, such as producing a liquid solution from a mixture.


At Kalstein you can find the ideal Reagents and Consumables for your Laboratory

There are an infinite number of models, so it is normal that you do not know which Reagent and Consumables to buy to meet your needs. At Kalstein, we evaluate them so you can find what you are looking for.

Hematology Reagents YRA15 // YRA17

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Hematology reagents are indispensable in the use of hematology analyzer. Hematology reagents include hemolytic agents, diluents, cleaning solutions and concentrated cleaning solutions. Among them, hemolytic agent is used to destroy RBC, ensure WBC count, perform WBC classification and HGB detection; diluent is used to maintain the volume and shape of cells, and form a conductive environment; cleaning solution and concentrated cleaning solution are used for maintenance of pipes, needles, and counting pools And maintenance.

Kalstein offers a complete range of hematology reagents such as Diluent, lysing reagents and cleaners for the majority of hematology analyzers on the market including 3-part differential and 5-part differential models.

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Guides to become an expert in Reagents and Consumables

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