[Histonet] biopsy run schedule

Wellborn, Janci R Janci.Wellborn <@t> stlukes-stl.com
Fri Nov 9 10:20:24 CST 2007

Janci R Wellborn, BS, BSeD, HTL (ASCP)
Anatomic Pathology Supervisor
St. Luke's Hospital
232 South Woods Mill Road
Chesterfield, Missouri 63017
(314) 205-6228
janci.wellborn <@t> stlukes-stl.com

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Subject: [Histonet] biopsy run schedule

Good morning,

I currently have a VIP300 and a VIP5. I run my routines on the 5 and run a biopsy run on the 300. 
My biopsy run is 15 min. in each solution and they come out great. I also have it delayed so they come off at the same time.  I use the following solutions:
2- formalin
1 - 70 %  - found Penfix tends to over fix and make them drier.
1- 80%
2- 95%
2- 100%
2- xylene
3- paraffin

I hope this helps...good luck

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