Effect of processing and sawing techniques on the measurement of aerosolized formaldehyde from cutting bone tissue samples.

Pathology band saws are designed for histopathology laboratories for cutting hard tissue (e.g., bone, cartilage) and soft tissue (e.g., liver, spleen) and metal/ceramic/plastic/composite implants with tissues. As hospitals and other pathology facilities process tissue samples in formaldehyde solution, it produces aerosolized formaldehyde (HCHO) in the air during the cutting process of the tissue samples.

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