[Histonet] Automated microtome

Christine Tambasco immrstambo <@t> hotmail.com
Fri Aug 10 12:14:36 CDT 2007

   I  use the Leica 2255 and we also have a tech that uses the 2155. Most
   all  tissues  cut excellently. Bone and some other hard tissues have a
   tendency to chatter as with any microtome.Is everything tight and does
   she  soak  her tissues long enough? Sometimes tissues that dont sit on
   icewater  for  10-20 minutes chatter because the tissue is dry. That's
   my input.

   Sincerely and Good Luck,

   Christine Tambasco, HT (ASCP)

   St. Marys Hospital at Amsterdam, New York

     From:  "Webb, Dorothy L" <Dorothy.L.Webb <@t> HealthPartners.Com>
     To:  histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu
     Subject:  [Histonet] Automated microtome
     Date:  Wed, 08 Aug 2007 12:43:41 -0500
     >I am working as a supervisor at a facility that had a Leica 2155
     >automated  microtome.  Only  having  had  experience  with  manual
     >I  need  to  ask a question concerning the reliability that others
     >with   these   microtomes.  Does   everyone  else  who  uses  this
     particular one
     >find  it  to cut all types of tissue with consistency? I only have
     >tech  who uses this piece of equipment due to ergonomic issues and
     >cannot  seem to ascertain if the problems that are encountered are
     >related  or the microtome itself.  I would appreciate any feedback
     >could  give  me  on  your  experiences  with the Leica 2155, other
     >microtomes on the market in comparison, etc.  As always, thank you
     >your help!!!
     >Dorothy Webb, HT (ASCP)
     >Histology Technical Supervisor
     >Regions Hospital, Pathology Department
     >640 Jackson Street, Saint Paul, MN 55101-2595
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     >Fax: 651-254-2741
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