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Color Guard 1 | Jaundice Fluid | 24 pk



  • Intended for use with a low to moderate index arterial fluid and cool water.
  • It chemically reacts with bilirubin to change its yellow coloration to a red or rosy tone. 
  • The yellow of jaundice can be significantly reduced, especially in visible body areas.
  • Color Guard 1 does not contain preservative properties. 

Price is for 24pk case of 16oz/473ml bottles


    Regular price $125.00 USD
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    Product Speciications

    Product Information

    Fluid Type
    • Pre / Co-Injection
    • Arterial Fluid
    • Jaundice Fluid
    Fluid Index 0 Index
    Bottle Size 16 oz
    Case Size 24 pk
    Unit weight 31 lb
    Recommended Used For
    • Jaundice Cases
    Safety Data Sheet Safety Data Sheet

    Product Information

    Product Name Color Guard 1 | Jaundice Fluid | 24 pk - Default Title
    Components 31 lb

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    Usage Guide

    Color Guard I – Jaundice (no preservative properties)

    Color Guard I does not contain preservative chemicals so will not firm the body. It is intended to be used with a low to moderate index arterial fluid.

    • Use 8 to 16 ounces per gallon of cool or cold water, depending on the intensity of yellow color present and color development desired.
    • Add 7 to 12 ounces of arterial fluid according to professional preference. Use only with a low to moderate index arterial fluid.
    • Inject using intermittent drainage so it will be well distributed into all the required areas of the body. Color development will take place over a short period of time.

    We highly recommend first trying the fluid on an area of the body that will not be shown.

    To test the reaction of Color Guard I on a particular body, mix 10cc of Color Guard I with 10cc of arterial fluid and inject into the hip area. A red-pinkish tone should appear after a short time. Once appropriate levels are established for that particular case, the rest of the body can be treated.