Within this task I will describe what is required in a specialised laboratory and how these types of equipment will affect the progression of the lab in order for it to work to the best potential. This will explain the types of equipment will fit into this laboratory.
This is a laboratory which tests are done on clinical specimens in order to get information about the health of a patient as pertaining to the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease. Within this laboratory there are many types of equipment which are used like test tubes, a folin-Wu tube which is used for blood glucose determination, glass slides which are used with microscopes, a Petri dish, glass beakers, glass flasks, Pasteur pipette which is used for aspiration and addition of reagents, graduated pipettes which is again used to aspiration and addition of reagents but it if also it is often of minuscule amounts of the material where it is mainly used in colorimetry. They also use syringes and needles, disposable gloves, tourniquet which is used to cause an artificial venous stasis by applying pressure through this rubber tube. It leads to engorgement of the veins allowing them to be seen better, also it is used for intravenous injections and cannulations. There are many other types of equipment that are used in a medical laboratory to make it a specialised laboratory, this is because most of the equipment they use in this laboratory they wont be able to live without, they will need these types of equipment in order to analyse some samples in which they require to analyse.
A test tube is a common piece of laboratory glassware consisting of a finger-like length of glass or clear plastic tubing, open at the top, usually with a rounded U-shaped bottom. A large test tube is specifically used for boiling liquids which is called the boiling point. A test tube can havea flat bottom, a round bottom or conical bottom. Some test tubes are made...