[Histonet] Bone saw
rsrichmond at gmail.com
Fri Oct 28 23:34:20 CDT 2016
> Terri L. Braud, HT(ASCP). Anatomic Pathology Supervisor, Holy Redeemer
> Hospital, Meadowbrook PA describes:
> >>We use an awesome little band saw made by IMEB, Inc. It has a small
> foot print, 4 blade types and added accessories for a super lab bone
> cutting station, and best of all, very inexpensive.
> It can zip through the densest of bone, or the most delicate. It can be
> set up as a water cooled station to reduce dust particulate, but we just
> have ours under a hood (It's that tiny!) and we use a standard blade.
> Our pathologists and PA LOVE it, and so do the techs, because we get such
> fabulously decaled thin, consistent sections.<<
Is this the item you're describing?
$1,600 each? No way is a pathologist going to be allowed one of these! With
a new gig, I usually go to a hardware store and buy a hacksaw, and leave it
behind at the job when I'm done.
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