03_WBC DIFFERENTIAL CELL COUNT_092409

03_WBC DIFFERENTIAL CELL COUNT_092409 - The WBC...

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The WBC Differential Cell Count Using the ® HEMA 3 ® STAIN SET Manufactured By: Fisher Diagnostics Fisher Scientific Company L.L.C. 8365 Valley Pike Middletown, VA 22645-0307, USA 800-524-0294 LABORATORY EXERCISE #3 Rev: 3/10/10 Principle : Hema 3 is a stain for manual staining of blood smears. The staining characteristics are similar to the traditional Wright and Wright-Giemsa stains. Hema 3 offers the flexibility of a three to five dip-staining sequence in both the stain and counterstain solutions. Brilliant slides, exhibiting high contrast and granular resolution are produced in less than thirty seconds. Specimens and Intended Use : The Hema 3 Stain Set is intended for the differentiation of morphological cell types in peripheral blood smears. It also stains microorganisms and spermatozoa. Materials Provided : - Hema 3 Fixative Solution ( ………………….) - Hema 3 Solution I ( ………………….) - Hema 3 Solution II ( ………………….) Additional Materials Required : Deionized Water, coplin jars or staining dishes, microscope slides, immersion oil, microscope with oil immersion lens. Quality Control : Validate results based on product performance. Storage : Store at controlled room temperature. Keep the bottles tightly closed when not in use. Do not use after the expiration date on box label. Precautions : Fixative Solution contains Methyl Alcohol in concentration greater than 99%. DANGER! MAY BE FATAL OR CAUSE BLINDNESS IF SWALLOWED. FLAMMABLE! VAPOR HARMFUL! CAUSES EYE IRRITATION!
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