Buying a microscope for live blood analysis can be a daunting task – lots of technical terminology, different specifications and often conflicting claims by various manufacturers. 

People usually interested in buying a microscope for live blood analysis don’t have a background in microscopy and because of the amount of information they typically need to work through to understand what is needed in a microscope, many people end up buying a microscope that actually isn’t suitable for live blood analysis.

So in this webinar Dr Okker shows you how to avoid the 5 most common mistakes when buying a microscope for live blood analysis.

We hope this will make the process of choosing a microscope for LBA a little simpler.

You will find our recommended microscope here

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