RE: [Histonet] Food and drink?

From:"Chung, Luong"

In cytology we have a blender to process sputum and it will make a mean frozen margarita.

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[]On Behalf Of Fred
=0ASent: Friday, February 15, 2008 10:28 AM
To:;; Robyn Vazquez;
Rene J Buesa
Subject: Re: [Histonet] Food and drink?

Is a tissue flotation bath/crock pot a bad idea?

>>> Rene J Buesa  2/15/2008 9:57 AM >>>
Was it "shaken" or "stirred"? Mind the olive though!
René J.

Robyn Vazquez  wrote:      Rene,
  There goes my mid-morning martini..=2Epromise to put a petri dish on the top of it....:D  It's Friday!!!

>>> "Rene J Buesa"  2/15/2008 5:18 AM >>>

  For your information: smoking, drinking and eating, applying cosmetics, or even using contact lens are ABSOLUTELY prohibited in a medical histology laboratory setting.
  Should I imply by your question that you do not work in a medical lab. setting? Some universities and animal labs have been able to get away with ignoring those regulations up to now, but not any medical lab. that even have to have designated lounge areas.
  René J. wrote:
  Dare I ask this question,
Does anyone use closed topped and safety mugs at their microtome station when 
cutting slides...etc.? Would cutting paraffin blocks constitute Blood Borne 
Pathogen concerns? I fully understand not eating while paraffin is flying all 
over the place......but closed containers with coffee for those of us who 
work sleep deprived hours? Someone save us!


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