RE: H&E automated stainer

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From:"Carpenter, Judith A." <Jude.Carpenter@vtmednet.org> (by way of histonet)
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Ditto concerning the Leica, going on 4 years in a diversified lab, will be
buying another soon
in addition to first that is still running great w/o repair.
Jude


> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Hagerty, Marjorie A. [SMTP:mhagerty@emc.org]
> Sent:	Monday, October 12, 1998 6:20 PM
> To:	Histonet
> Subject:	RE: H&E automated stainer
>
>
> Hi Valerie,
> I would like to rave about the Leica stainer. We have had it for about a
> year now and are very pleased. It took only part of an afternoon to
> program,
> it was running within 24 hours after delivery, and has been running ever
> since. The transition was incredbly smooth considering how particular our
> pathologists can be. There are enough programs on it for us (15), however,
> I
> don't know if that would be true for a more diversified lab. What I like
> the
> best is that the time for the hemo does not need to be changed during the
> week. We used to have to increase the time as the hemo got older/weaker.
> This may be true of all automatic stainers? We have had no mechanical
> problems whatsoever. I highly recommend this instrument.
> Marg
> EMC
>  ----------
> From: Valerie DeGroff
> To: histonet@pathology.swmed.edu
> Subject: H&E automated stainer
> Date: Monday, October 12, 1998 1:49PM
>
> Hello all,
> In my previous requests, I got lots of GREAT feedback on tissue
> processors and embedders, microtomes and IHC stainers.  Now we are
> narrowing down the search for  automated H&E type stainer.  Anyone have
> strong feelings for these instruments and care to rave/vent about their
> personal experiences?
> Thanks in advance!
> Valerie Degroff
> The Ohio State University
> Columbus, OH
>
>




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