When working in your biosafety cabinet with hazardous drugs it is important to learn the proper procedure from beginning to end.
We asked NIH National Biosafety and Biocontainment Fellows what some of the most common mistakes made when ...
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Learn the proper use procedures from start up to shut down when using your Biosafety Cabinet.
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We asked NIH National Biosafety and Biocontainment Fellows what some of the most common mistakes made when working with a Biosafety Cabinet.
Good technique when working within a Class II Biosafety Cabinet will minimize air turbulence and prevent splatter or unwanted spread of aerosols.
It happens at some point to even the most seasoned laboratory technician that a spill occurs within the Biosafety Cabinet (BSC). Here are a few steps to cleaning a spill in a BSC.
The result of lower Biosafety Cabinet downflow velocities result in a higher level of sample cross-contamination using traditional work practice guidelines.