The washing machine served as the packaging department and the warehouse was a typical suburban garage. It was 1980 and Dr. Stewart Lipton fused his entrepreneurial spirit, his clinical experience as Lab Director at a major Chicago Hospital and his wife Roberta's business acumen, "if we can't find a way, we will make one." This simple, tenacious problem solving mission has remained the guiding principle behind the business since its modest beginnings.Today, our almost one thousand current customers commonly refer to us as ‘those gadget people.' We are immensely proud of our reputation for being one of the most flexible, innovative and customer responsive small companies in the industry. While our family of talented employees remains committed to the needs of laboratory technicians, Scientific Device Laboratory is rapidly expanding its development of OEM products for larger corporations and working with research institutions to bring novel new materials and products to market. It is the unique combination of expertise in the fields of manufacturing, microbiology and the vastly technical field of printing and coating microscope slides that gives our customers the ability to tap into our expertise and creatively ‘find a way' to solve any difficult manufacturing and laboratory issues.
Acri-Fluor This fluorescent technique for documentation of Acid Fast organisms in tissue and smears is both rapid and specific. AcriFluor stains all acid fast organisms so that you can find them easily. Whether you have Cryptosporidia & Isospora in stool, or Nocardia or Mycobacteria in sputum, the organisms simply light up on the slide. Read More
Custom Printed Microscope Slides Design your own slide or use one of our standard patterns. For a listing of standard slides, visit our web-site at www.scientificdevice.com and click on the ‘Printed Slides section or just call us to begin to design your own slide. FREE artwork and no screen charges. Read More
Disposable Forceps Exceptionally affordableSterile four inch forceps (Cat. No. 904) are exceptionally economical and are available in individually wrapped sterile packets. Inquire about non-sterilized forceps.r062512 Read More
Fine-Tipped Forceps The new design of Scientific Device Laboratorys disposable finetipped forceps (Cat. No. 9005) facilitate work with smaller specimens at a more economical price. They are made of an autoclavable plastic. Length is 4 3/8. Packaged in units of 25, 50 or 100. r062512 Read More
Flormount This mounting medium is used when slides are processed using aqueous reagents. This stain does not produce fluorescent background. FlorMount dries quickly. r062512 Read More
Modified Auramine This rapid and economical two step staining technique for acid fast organisms saves time and money and takes only 2 minutes. Easier to perform than traditional methods since the permanganate step is omitted. Read More
Slide Forceps Extra-wide grips allow for greater stability. The extra wide tip and tenacious ridges of these handy forceps holds microscope slides securely while protecting your hands from getting stained. Autoclavable and made of durable plastic, the forceps last as long as comparable metal forceps at a fraction of the cost. r062512 Read More
Sterile Tissue Grinders These Sterile Disposable Tissue Grinders are ideal for needle biopsy specimens or small amounts of tissue meant for microbiological analysis. The grinder is made of high-quality borosilicate glass without any frustrating sand particles. Each grinder is individually packaged in a sterile, easy-to-open pouch. r062512 Read More
The landscape of mobility strategies and moblie device usage in hospitals is maturing-but there is still a long way to go. Mobility is the future of healthcare communications, though the particulars of that future remain in flux.
Communications in healthcare have become a web of information that is difficult to navigate and manage. Learn nine tips to cope with this chaos and establish the order your patients and staff so desperately need.
Many leading hospitals are still maintaining their proven, affordable paging systems while adding many other device types to the mix. In this eBrief, we'll explore why pagers are still being used. This whitepaper looks in depth at the technologies at play and how they actually work in different ways to keep staff in touch about important patient care activities.