Re: [Histonet] Microscope with camera and projector


We use a Leica DMLB microscope mounted with a Leica digital camera for our Multi-disciplinary team (MDT) meetings. It's connected to a standard ceiling mounted digital projector in our MDT suite.
It works very well.
We're just about to get the digital camera upgraded to a Leica 3 megapixel camera from the current one which is only about 1.5 megapixels which is OK for most low to medium magnifications but is a little lacking at high magnification.

Hope that is of some use.

Nick Kirk
Hinchingbrooke Hospital

>  from:    Kemlo Rogerson 
>  date:    Thu, 18 Sep 2003 07:48:22
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>  subject: Re: [Histonet] Microscope with camera and projector
> We need to purchase a microscope, camera and projector for clinical
> meetings.
> Anyone got good kit in the UK?
> Mr Kemlo Rogerson MSc DMS MIBiol CBiol FIBMS
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> Subject: [Histonet] receiving un-registered specimens
> 	Hi all Netters,
> 	I was wandering how everyone rec'd specimens in the histology
> lab?
> Are they registered into the hospital system before they are grossed in
> or
> are they brought straight to the histo lab, grossed and then registered.
> We
> have an on-going problem with specimens that are coming to the histology
> lab
> before they are getting registered in the hospital system.  This causes
> a
> lot of confusion with everyone. 
> 	Also does anyone have a specific policy for handling formalin
> spills
> that they could share with me?  We have a general policy for lab spills
> but
> I don't think that it is detailed enough for the histology lab.
> 	Thanks for all the help that you all send out not only to me but
> to
> everyone.....Much appreciated.
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