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We hope you are enjoying the last weeks of Summer. If you are headed to the NSH Annual Symposium/Convention, stop by Booth 717 to say hello.

Whether or not you will be in St. Louis, read below for tips from an ergonomics specialist on how to make your histology laboratory safer. 

4 reasons to visit aquaro histology at NSH

Visit Aquaro Histology at NSH Booth 717 to Demo the Aquaro ASM, Try the Wishbone, and More!

If you are headed to NSH in St. Louis later this month, stop by booth 717 in the exhibit hall. We'll have a lot going on:

Read more about why you should talk to Aquaro at this year's NSH Symposium/Convention.

A Registered Occupational Therapist's (OTR) View on Reducing Injury in the Histology Laboratory

We spoke with Susan Hardesty, MS, OTR, an ergonomic specialist, to learn about the unique ergonomic challenges of histology laboratories and her recommendations for histologists to stay healthy and minimize injuries.

Read Susan Hardesty's top tips for minimizing injuries in the histology laboratory.

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Introducing the NEW Aquaro Wishbone Microtome Blade Handling Tool

The Aquaro Wishbone is designed to make microtomy safer by allowing you to remove and dispose of microtome blades, as well as insert and align them, without ever touching the blade. 

  • Remove dull blades from the blade holder using the embedded magnet
  • Safely dispose of the blade
  • Slide blades into the microtome blade holder
  • Apply equal pressure to both ends of the blade for level alignment

Watch a video about the Wishbone and order today!

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