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From:"Kolman, Kim" <>
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Date:Thu, 27 May 1999 09:18:34 -0500

	Hi fellow netters;

            It's great to have somewhere to go for help and advice; I've
learned alot from you all
            the last few months.
            Now I need some help myself.  Here's my dilemma:  We are in the
process of 
            designing a new lab.  Histology/Cytology will be moved to
another floor that will
            be remodeled for us.  I am looking for a way to ventilate as
much equipment and
            processes as possible, without overkill and a lot of expense.  I
have a gross station
            that is ventilated and a cytoprep hood, I want to include a sink
too.  Are new labs
            venting FS staining and cryostat?  I also need to cover manual
staining set-ups for
            H&E and PAP, microwave, and coverslipping.  Any suggestions for
a sensible and
            economical solution?  That's around 30 feet of bench space.  I
don't want to see
            wall to wall hoods, or have to wear lead-weighted shoes to keep
me from being
            sucked up into an exhaust system!   Any help is appreciated.

            Kim Kolman, HT (ASCP)
            VA Eastern Kansas Health Care System
            Eisenhower VA Medical Center
            Leavenworth, Kansas    66048
            (913) 682-2000 x 2537

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