An Introduction to Medical Laboratory Technology by F. J. Baker

By F. J. Baker

Complete undergraduate textbook at the ideas and perform of labor in clinical laboratories. incorporates a normal advent, and chapters on: scientific chemistry,cellular pathology, microbiology, hematology, and transfusion technological know-how. Halftone illustrations. prior variation: c1985. Softcover. DNLM: Laboratory recommendations and strategies.

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The dimensions of the capillary are governed by the size of flame and the speed with which the tubing is drawn. The larger the flame and the slower the pulling, the wider is the capillary. These pipettes may be repulled after use, provided they are thoroughly washed first. 4 Dropping pipettes ' These are made to deliver a specific number of drops per millilitre. The size of drop delivered varies with the external diameter of the capillary, for example, pipettes to deliver 50 drops per millilitre have an external diameter of 0-95 milli41 ELEMENTARY GLASS-BLOWING metre.

21) Gas enters tube (A), passes into the chamber and escapes through (B) and the by-pass (C) to the burner. As the capsule (D) expands it closes the gap (E), and the by-pass (C) provides the only gas reaching the burner to maintain the pilot flame. The capsule contracts on cool­ ing, opening the gap (E), and gas again passes through (B) to the burner. With this type of thermostat, the only adjustment necessary is made by tightening or loosening the screw (F). Thermostat for electrically-heated incubators (Fig.

Using a small flame, heat one side of the junction and blow gently into the unstoppered arm. Repeat this process all round the circumference until the two tubes are fused together and the line of the junction has disappeared. X>r Ü FIG. 32. A method of making a T piece. For explanation see text. (a) At» • (C) (d ÖL A Y tube is made in a similar manner, but the tube is first bent to the desired angle. The other tube is then attached in the manner described. All such junctions should be carefully annealed.

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