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    bravelilbucket is offline Newbie 510 points
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    What's the best way to get the dissection kit and 3-4 boxes of gloves down there? Should I order from the online bookstore (high shipping??), buy them locally and pack them (takes up a lot of space), or buy them locally and ship them to Saba (not sure if they'll make it before classes start)?

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    I brought my stuff with me from home. The stuff isn't very heavy so putting it in your baggage isn't too bad if you don't mind the boxes getting a little broken. (I assume you're already here now but for future people who read this).

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    for future ppl who read this... 1-2 glove boxes, blades is all u need. even if u dont hv blades thts fine, u can borrow it from someone.

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    Question dissection kit & gloves

    Quote Originally Posted by Zuckerkandl View Post
    for future ppl who read this... 1-2 glove boxes, blades is all u need. even if u dont hv blades thts fine, u can borrow it from someone.
    so basically, just buy blades instead of the entire kit? Are scapels easily available also? About how many blades should one get? which sizes are preferable? Will this kit be used on human cadavers or for animals?

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    Blades only, #10. Everything else (like scalpel handles) are in abundance in the lab already. Also, this isn't vet school or bio, we don't dissect animals. Gross anatomy involves the dissection of cadavers.

    I was one of the cutters, and I didn't make it through a box of 100 blades (though I did make a considerable dent in it). You can pick up a box on Ebay for pocket change.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Weddell View Post
    Blades only, #10. Everything else (like scalpel handles) are in abundance in the lab already. Also, this isn't vet school or bio, we don't dissect animals. Gross anatomy involves the dissection of cadavers.

    I was one of the cutters, and I didn't make it through a box of 100 blades (though I did make a considerable dent in it). You can pick up a box on Ebay for pocket change.
    Tnx a lot for d insight

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