tissue processor

tissue processor

1. A device that prepares tissue samples for sectioning and microscopic examination in the clinical laboratory.
2. A device that disinfects tissues to use in transplantation or allograft surgery.
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[USPRwire, Mon Aug 19 2019] Rising Demand for histopathology Triggers the Vacuum Tissue Processor Market Vacuum tissue processors are utilized in the processing of tissue, preparing it to be embedded in a firm medium a solid matrix strong enough for support such as paraffin and it giving it sufficient rigidity for being cut into thin sections.
Summary: Tissue processor equipment market is expanding worldwide that is in direct proportion to the increase in adoption of tissue processors to enhance lab efficiency.
By technology, vacuum tissue processor segment is expected to dominate the global market during the assessment period and is estimated to reach a value little under USD 320m by 2025 end.
Remeny, Robyn and Steven together as a team were able to supply a tissue processor, a paraffin bath and a microtome which they no longer had use for, assisting Vaiola Hospital to re -establish its Histology Service.
has acquired allograft tissue processor Transplant Technologies of Texas Ltd.
The LOGOS is the all-in-one tissue processor with the exclusive Milestone patented microwave hybrid processing technology; addressing the needs of "lean" labs for a flexible tissue processor, LOGOS is highly adaptable to customized workflow streams.
The system incorporates a continuously adjustable paraffin dispenser paddle for user specific sample sizes, and can accommodate all cassette sizes and accept baskets from any tissue processor in its large-capacity specimen drawer.
"With RemoteCare, if a temperature is out of range on a tissue processor, an alarm and email are sent to us and the customer, who makes the adjustment before losing a specimen.
"The manufacturer of Bone Allograft, Plus Orthopaedics, and the tissue processor, Regeneration Technologies Industries, have verified that all appropriate screening and processing steps were carried out with respect to bone sources from Biomedical Tissue Services, thus confirming the risk is negligible," MHRA said.