[Histonet] Cleaning Tissue Molds
Valerie.Hannen at parrishmed.com
Thu Jul 14 06:56:43 CDT 2016
We soak our molds in Xylene for @ 2hrs, then soak in 100% alcohol for @ 30 minutes( with occasional stirring to clear the xylene), then rinse in H2O, let dry(laid out) and spray with the mold release.
Valerie Hannen,MLT(ASCP),HTL,SU (FL)
Section Chief, Histology
Parrish Medical Center
951 N. Washington Ave.
T: (321)268-6333 ext. 7506
F: (321) 268-6149
valerie.hannen at parrishmed.com
From: Kennedy, Lisa via Histonet [mailto:histonet at lists.utsouthwestern.edu]
Sent: Thursday, July 14, 2016 6:18 AM
To: histonet at lists.utsouthwestern.edu
Subject: [Histonet] Cleaning Tissue Molds
Dear Fellow Histo Techs,
What is the BEST practice for cleaning the paraffin block tissue molds? We do not want to use our processor due to its age and wear and tear and frequent replacement of cellanoids when we clean them via the processor.
Thanks so much for your help! In advance.
Lisa Kennedy, HT (ASCP)
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