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Pathology Specimen Identification

Made as simple as A, B, C, with tissue correlator labels.

CAT. NO. TCA: CASSETTE LABELS

Sturdy card stock preprinted with your accession numbers. Offered in tablets of up to 50 sheets with as many matching numbers as needed. Each sheet is divided into 1⁄4" x 11⁄2" labels by “easy tear perforations”. These labels fit perfectly into a standard tissue cassette. Each sheet also comes with free blanks for hand-writing extra numbers as needed. The special ink used is unaffected by processing solvents and will not interfere with the tissue specimen. NOTE: Prefixes and suffixes aren’t any problem either just tell us your needs.

CAT. NO. TCB: PARAFFIN RING LABELS

The matching sequence of numbers to the cassette labels—to correlate the paraffin blocks. These are 1⁄4" x 1" labels and are printed on permanent pressure sensitive stock that adheres readily to paraffin rings. Also excellent for Identifying gross specimen bottles. As with the cassette labels free blanks with each sheet.

CAT. NO. TCC: ROUND CORNER MICROSLIDE LABELS

The finishing touch: matching numbers for the microslides are provided on easy-to-use round corner labels measuring 15/16" x 15/16". The rounded corners give your laboratory that little extra: a better looking finished slide. Label material used not only stands up to years of filing and use but is the same thickness as a standard cover slip, making for easy stacking. For easy identification and that final touch of pride, your hospital or deparment name can be printed on each label for an additional 25%.

Specific hospital departments can be identified by ordering color background tints for 20% additional. Cytology technologists will find these labels ideal if ordered on standard (thin) stock.

 

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