What did I miss? I didn't see anything about being cited. When did the
war start between pathologists and histologists? Aren't we all on the
I use an external digital thermometer that has a probe attached. I got
it from Fishersci.com
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Vickroy, Jim wrote:
> I am wondering if there are any suggestions for waterbath (floatation
> bath) thermometers. In the old days we had a submersible type but I am
> wondering if there are some NIST traceable thermometers that are in use.
> Digital or regular. We haven't decided whether to use one thermometer
> for all of the baths or have a thermometer at every station. Ideas?
> Jim Vickroy
> Technical Supervisor - Surgical and Autopsy Pathology
> Memorial Medical Center
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