[Histonet] Flame substitute for embedding

Celebre Julia celebrej <@t> HHSC.CA
Wed Dec 3 09:38:40 CST 2008

Hello Histoland!!

We have just been told  we are no longer allowed to use alcohol burners while embedding and we are to find a safer substitute, something to do with no liking an open flame in the lab.  Other than incinerators or 6 pairs of forceps at each centre, we've run out of ideas so we are asking all you experts out there what your current practice is.. oh.. this change needs to be done by this Friday!!

Julia Celebre MLT
Anatomic Pathology
Hamilton General Hospital
905-527-0271  ext 46179
email: celebrej <@t> hhsc.ca

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