Sperm-Chex® Post VC

Sperm-Chex Post VC is the only FDA-cleared post-vasectomy sperm count control that contains real stabilized sperm cells, not latex beads. The manual sperm count control can be handled like a patient sample and provides a positive and negative sperm count sample to help validate the manual post-vasectomy sperm count procedure.

Sperm-Chex Post VC post vasectomy sperm count control

Sperm-Chex Post VC is a positive/negative control that validates the laboratory’s manual post-vasectomy sperm counting procedure. Sperm-Chex Post VC is the only manual post-vasectomy sperm count control that contains stabilized sperm cells. Competitor quality controls contain latex beads which do not have the same chamber loading or optical characteristics. Sperm-Chex Post VC can be used like a patient sample and provides a positive sperm count and negative sperm count sample.

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Sperm-Chex Post VC post vasectomy sperm count control

Features

  • The only post-vasectomy control that contains real sperm cells
  • Provides a positive and negative sperm count sample
  • Same chamber loading or optical characteristics as a patient sample
  • Compatible with hemacytometers and other counting chambers
  • 42-day open-vial stability
  • 12-month closed-vial stability

Benefits

Product Information

DescriptionCatalog Number
 
2 x 300 µL Positive, Negative230200

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Clinical laboratory technologists know they can rely on a control manufactured by Streck. This reputation for excellence is the driving force behind Streck’s body fluid control products, including manual and automated body fluid controls, sperm count controls and patient-like urinalysis controls.

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