CONTAINER, SAMPLE, plast., 60ml, non sterile, urine


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Transparent bottle with screw cap, used for urine or stool samples.



Bottle: polystyrene crystal (PS) or polypropylene (PP).

Technical specifications

    • non sterile
    • spoon attached to the cap
    • volume: 30 to 60 ml
    • sterile
    • Only for polio sample collection for PCR
    • material: polypropylene
    • with spoon or spatula
    • volume: 120-125 ml
  • STSSCONT6--:
    • sterile
    • Only for urine collection for culture
    • volume: 50 to 60 ml
    • non sterile
    • volume: 50 to 60 ml
  • Non graduated
  • Screw cap
  • Single use

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Instructions for use

Useful when setting up a laboratory, and for the transport of samples (urines or stools) to another laboratory.

The sterile urine container is to be used for samples sent for culture only. All other urine sampling should be done in a non sterile container (= majority of urine samples)

The sterile stool container is to be used for polio sample collection for PCR only, all other stool sampling should be done using a non sterile container. (= majority of stool samples)

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

For offline access, contact your laboratory advisor.

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