[Histonet] While on the topic of harmful chemicals...
one_angel_secret <@t> yahoo.com
Thu Feb 23 23:52:28 CST 2012
I would still use nitril gloves fir that. Nitril may be a little more expensive but for our department it's the only way to go if safety is practiced. Also I would recommend that you look at the Msds of all reagents you work with. Your department should gave a book. While we are on the subject all should be familiar with the chemicals we work with by looking at the Msds and the protocols which should include proper PPE. Our field of study is a dangerous field. We not only deal with biohazards of fresh tissue blood included we gave mass amounts of chemicals Be safe out there. And Claire I hope you feel better:)
On Feb 23, 2012, at 11:10 PM, "Ingles Claire " <CIngles <@t> uwhealth.org> wrote:
> I have been having some health issues lately (understatement) Does anyone know the best formalin resistant disposable gloves? I gross (skin only) under a fume hood but the gloves still come in contact with formalin naturally. I am also (OK, mostly) interested in the health effects involving formalin, Propar, and the alcohols as they pertain to the liver. (No guys, I mean REAGENT alcohols, not the ingestable kind.) :)
> Any direction I can be pointed in would be great. I am praying I won't have to find a creative way of practicing my beloved career because these chemicals are causing or making worse my health problems.
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