[Histonet] XXXL Latex Gloves

srishan <@t> mail.holyname.org srishan <@t> mail.holyname.org
Tue Aug 11 10:12:51 CDT 2009


Does anyone know a company who makes XXXL latex gloves?  We do have a 
morgue  attendant who claims the XXL gloves that we purchased(after a very 
long search) is too tight.  Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Nirmala Srishan
Holy Name Hospital
Teaneck, NJ


What are the special stain chemicals that need to be shipped out as 
Hazardous Waste and not go down the drain into the sewer system. We know 
silver,chromic,gold,formalin and alcohols.
What about 30 ml of Carbol Fuschsin solution or  working iron stain?
Any clarification on this will be helpful.

Meredith Fuller-Fedorczyk
Senior Histologist
Southern Maine Medical Center
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