Re: Sakura Vip
I have used VIP's for years and always thought the same. However, the last
one we had gave us occasional problems which we thought were caused by
carryover. Don't know what it's like in the states, but in the UK, Bayer
decided that they were not going to service old VIP 3000's anymore, which
has upset alot of UK customers. Some PR.
l.com To: JWEEMS@sjha.org
31/07/2002 Subject: Re: Sakura Vip
I have used a VIP of one generation or another for a lot of years, and can
find no unkind words to say about them. The are the steady eddy in all the
labs I have worked in over the years. You can't go wrong with them.
Performing routine cleaning and maintenance on them is important and they
will give you faithful service for years.
I have worked in labs having 6 units and currently have three, in two
different generations, that are the workhorses for our lab. We process
40,00 specimens annually.
Good luck on your demo, I don't see how you can go wrong.
Oakwood Hospital and Medical Center
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