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Block GA, 4th Floor, NPR Complex, Plot No 311 Survey No 197, Hoody Village KR Puram Hobli Mahadevapura Post, Bangalore-560048

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Citra-Lock™ 4%

the safe & effective way to lock every central cathetervial-2016-4

Citra-Lock™ 4% is recommended in the European Renal Best Practice Guidelines (ERBP) and the American Society of Diagnostic and Interventional Nephrology (ASDIN).

Citra locks have been extensively studied.

Citra-Lock™ 4% offers the best benefit/risk ratio.

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Weijmer JC, Superior Antimicrobial Activity of Trisodium Citrate over Heparin for Cahteter Locking. Nephrol Dial Transplant 17:2189-2195, 2002

Citra-Lock™ is effective in maintaining catheter patency.

Trisodium Citrate 4% (TSC) works as an anti-coagulant and decreases the incidence of infection.

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Clinical advantage of Citra-Lock™ 4% (compared to heparine):

  • safe
  • avoids heparin-associated bleeding
  • improves reliability of INR assyas (prothrombin time – time/international normalised ratio)
  • safe for heparin induced thrombocytopenia (HIT patients)
  • no side effects
  • reduction of tPA use
  • better outcomes over catheter exchange
  • reduces biofilm
  • reduction of hospitalisation
  • cost efficient

Increase Safety & Simplified handling

The Citra-Lock™ vial features a drip free Luer-Slip/Luer-Lock connector:

  • preventing microbial contamination
  • protecting against needle stick injuries
  • reducing handling steps
  • promoting intuitive handing

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Citra-Lock™ 4% 5ml vial

Boxes contain 20 x 5ml vials

Art. code: 24060201

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