[Histonet] New rapid processors
arvidsonkristen <@t> yahoo.com
Sun Dec 10 07:35:34 CST 2006
We are in the process of budgeting for new processors. The idea of these new (large) rapid processors has come up (I think they are considered microwave processors). Our current problem is volume not turn-around times, because in our lab turn-around times are only as good as the Pathologist reading the case. I guess my question is what is the benefit to these (besides turn-around), because they are very expensive. How do they work? Can you put all types of tissue in there? I feel with our needs a more conventional processor would be better (better for the budget!). Also, they are fairly new...and we have had brand new equipment in our lab before and it seems the bugs were never quite worked out. Help!!
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