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Stool specimen containers

Lab Steril Box

Sterile container with spoon

Collects and seals.

WHAT IS IT?

A disposable, sterile stool specimen container allowing you to collect samples easily for testing and analysis.

WHAT DOES IT DO FOR YOU?

It combines practicality and hygiene. How? Firstly, it's very easy to use, thanks to its manageable size and large diameter, and takes moments to fill. Also, the screw top maintains maximum hygiene throughout: you don't get dirty, and there's no need to reopen the container. These benefits make collecting quick and easy.

WHAT MAKES IT UNIQUE?

The collection spoon is light and manageable, making it easy for you to collect your samples

IN WHAT FORMAT CAN YOU FIND IT?

You'll find the container in a single 60 ml size.
The pack also contains a spoon, and a label to enter
your details and attach to the container.

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