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Calibration Standard for LDF100C

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Calibrate Standard for LDF100C
Part #: LDFCAL

The LDFCAL is a specially prepared colloidal solution of suspended latex spheres undergoing Brownian motion that provides a standard calibration value of 1000 BPU 5% @ 21C.

A small clamp is provided with the LDFCAL to hold probes securely in the solution.

IMPORTANT: The LDFCAL solution has a 3-month shelf-life, so it’s best to order it only when required.

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Blood perfusion monitoring via LDF is the accepted standard to assess the competence of regional blood supply

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LDF laser Doppler Flowmetry
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Part #: LDFCAL
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Subcategories: Calibrators - Research

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Probes are calibrated to a specific LDF100C laser Doppler flow module by placing the probe in the LDFCAL solution and pressing the CAL button on the LDF100C front panel.

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