Re: [Histonet] temperature range of tissue floatation baths

From:Rene J Buesa



Jim:
  The water bath temperature has to be bellow the melting point (MP) of the paraffin. I always had ours at 45C and that was what we had in our logs. Not always it was 45C, sometimes it deviated 1 or 2C and that was acceptable but you should regulate yours according with the MP of the paraffin you use.
  Ren J.

"Vickroy, Jim"  wrote:
  Recently we were cited for not measuring the temperature of our water
baths (tissue floatation baths). We use Richard Allan Type 9 paraffin.
I am trying to put down a range of acceptable temperatures for our daily
quality control. Any ideas?







Jim Vickroy

Technical Supervisor - Surgical and Autopsy Pathology

Memorial Medical Center





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