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What are lab procedures?

What are lab procedures?

Definition. Laboratory techniques and procedures are performed on patient specimens to detect biomarkers and diagnose diseases. Blood, urine, semen or tissue samples can be analysed using biochemical, microbiological and cytological methods.

How should you dress during a lab experiment?

Clothing: Wear long pants or skirts and closed toed shoes, and tie back long hair. Do not wear shorts, short skirts, sandals, loose clothing, or dangling jewelry. 2. Lab coat: Wear a lab coat that covers the arms.

What are the most common lab safety problems?

Common Laboratory Safety IssuesStorage of combustible materials near the ceiling.Storage of corrosive, flammable, or toxic chemicals above face height.Incomplete/improper labeling of liquid waste containers.Poor labeling of stock solutions or secondary containers.Faded labels or label falling off.Degraded plastic chemical containers.

What is the problem in a lab?

Purpose/Problem: The purpose or problem states the reason(s) why you are doing the experiment. Write down exactly the problem that will be investigated or experimented. Purposes can be stated as a question.

What are 4 dangers that you will meet in the laboratory?

Are You Prepared for the Top 5 Laboratory Hazards?Fire/Explosions. In a laboratory, all chemicals and liquids should be treated as if they are as potent as gasoline. Thermal and Chemical Burns. Many chemicals, both organic and inorganic, may be flammable or corrosive to the skin and eyes. Skin Absorption of Chemicals. Inhalation of Toxic Fumes. Cuts to the Skin.

What is the most common type of lab accident?

The most common type of lab accident is accidental cuts to the hands due to handling broken glass.

What is the first thing to do in the event of an accident in the laboratory?

Attend to injured or contaminated persons and remove them from exposure. Alert people in the laboratory to evacuate. If spilled material is flammable, turn off ignition and heat sources. Call for assistance.

Which piece of equipment is responsible for the most common type of lab injury?