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Dr. Andrew Turrisi
Radiation Oncology
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In brief: Chelator

Ethylene diamine citric Acetic Acid grabs divalent cations (ca++, mg++, mn++, etc) and used in blue top lab tubes because calcium is needed to clot blood; this allows clotting parameters in the lab.
It is n o t a drug or safe to use in humans.

In brief: Chelator

Ethylene diamine citric Acetic Acid grabs divalent cations (ca++, mg++, mn++, etc) and used in blue top lab tubes because calcium is needed to clot blood; this allows clotting parameters in the lab.
It is n o t a drug or safe to use in humans.
Dr. Andrew Turrisi
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