[Histonet] Feedback Re: Tissue-Tek Express Instrument

Lori Richey lrichey <@t> u.washington.edu
Fri Jun 30 13:27:51 CDT 2006

The Sakura Express processor works well, for rapid processing during the 
day of rush liver, cardiac, renal, and prostate biopsies.  We do not use 
it for routine surgical, skin or breast biopsies.  Use of it depends on 
the pathologists reading the slides.  The H&E staining is different, 
more brilliant in color. 

Goodwin, Diana wrote:

>Since my original post was turned into a political debate, I will try
>again to solicit the information that I am interested in obtaining:
>Is anyone out there using this instrument, and if so, what are your
>thoughts on the return on investment: functionality, cost savings,
>quality compared to overnight, any savings in tech-time, etc.
>Thanks again,
>Diana Goodwin
>Supervisor, Anatomic Pathology
>Pennsylvania Hospital
>Preston 655-C
>ph. 215-829-6532
>pager 215-422-5160
>fax 215-829-7564
>e-mail goodwind@[pahosp.com
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