Pipettes are the most commonly used consumables for quantitative analysis experiments in our laboratory. But in the laboratory, if the pipette tip has a small amount of impurities, it will affect the accuracy of the experiment. Today, the editor of GONGODNG invited the laboratory staff to talk about what are the good ways to clean the pipette tips of the laboratory?
Disposable medical supplies: refers to various items that are discarded after being used once, penetrate into human body tissues or contact with the skin and mucous membrane surface and are used for therapeutic or diagnostic purposes.
gongdong pipette tips work with most pipette brands, including Rainin, Gilson, Eppendorf, Sartorius (BioHit), Thermo (Finn), and VWR pipettes.
At present, it is customary in clinical practice to use a single empty needle to collect blood and inject it into each test tube. If an anticoagulant is added to the tube, it must be mixed and then sent to the laboratory for inspection. However, there are sometimes insufficient or excessive blood collection, incorrect selection of anticoagulants, or clots occurring due to insufficient
In terms of specifications: Because the pipette has only a few fixed specifications, its use is limited. The pipette can be measured at will, so it is widely used. It also depends on the accuracy required by your experiment
The disposable pipettes provided by gongdong are made of transparent polymer material polystyrene (GPPS), which is widely used in clinical and scientific research experiments such as tissue culture and bacteriology.
Petri Dishes. Petri dishes are shallow cylindrical containers with fitted lids that are designed specifically for microbiology or cell culture use. Petri dishes are typically made of borosilicate glass or clear plastics (usually polystyrene or polycarbonate) and come in a variety of sizes.
Specimen container1. The container for infectious specimens can be glass, but in order to ensure safety, it is best to use plastic products (depending on actual needs).
As we all know, the most types of specimens tested by the laboratory are blood specimens, and blood collection tubes for blood specimens are also diverse. If they are used incorrectly, they will face the risk of refunding and re-blood collection.
When using a cuvette, the two light-transmitting surfaces must be completely parallel and placed vertically in the cuvette holder to ensure that when measuring, the incident light is perpendicular to the light-transmitting surface to avoid light reflection loss and ensure a fixed optical path .
Disposable medical supplies: refers to various supplies that are discarded after one use, penetrate into human tissues or come into contact with the skin and mucous membrane surface and are used for treatment or diagnostic purposes. They are divided into sterilized medical supplies and disinfected medical supplies.