COUNTING CHAMBER, GLASSTIC, plastic, s.u., 1000 tests


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Former Code(s): ELAECOCK1PD
Single use
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W020201 - Cell count
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Slide designed for counting the cells in different biological fluids: blood, urine, CSF.


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Plastic of high optic quality

Technical specifications

  • Slide divided into 10 counting cells/wells (quantitative grids)
  • Simple grid
  • Each counting cell is an individual well including a grid with 9 big squares, each divided in 9 little squares
  • Outer grid dimensions: 3 x 3 mm
  • Grid volume = 1 counting cell: 0.9 µl
  • Single use

Packaging & Labelling

Box of 100 slides (= 1000 counting cells)

(Cf Introduction: Packaging and labelling)

Instructions for use

Indicate the used grids in order not to re-use them.

Please consult the “Updated laboratory procedures, 2022” or “Bacteriology laboratory procedures and resources“ available online via the Laboratory working Group sharepoint page: Laboratory Procedures and Resources.

For offline access, contact your laboratory advisor.

Waste management

To be destroyed by incineration.

MSF requirements

Easy to use in any context‌ on different samples: urine, trypanosoma in CSF.

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