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Feces Container

Feces Container

It is an innovative, simple and easy-to-use Feces Container (FCT) that has a collection scoop integrated into the screw cap. The container body is made of unbreakable polypropylene tubes with screw threading at both ends.

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Ref. No.: Volume: Description: Qty.Cs:
NMU240211 60Ml Red cover snap 600
NMU240212 30ml Red cover screw cap 600

What is 'Feces Container'?

A Feces Container is a small, usually plastic receptacle used to collect and contain feces. Most FCTs have a lid to prevent spillage and leakage, and many have a built-in handle for easy carrying. Some models also include an airtight seal to keep contents fresh.

Types of Feces Containers

There are many different types of Feces Containers (FCTs) available on the market. Here is a list of some of the most popular types:

 

1. Disposable Feces Bags: These are usually made from biodegradable plastic and can be thrown away after use. They are very convenient and easy to use, but can be quite expensive.

 

2. Reusable Feces Bags: These are also made from biodegradable plastic and can be washed and reused multiple times. They are a more economical option, but can be more difficult to use than disposable bags.

 

3. Compostable Feces Bags: These bags are made from materials that will break down in a composting system. They are a great eco-friendly option, but may not be as convenient or easy to use as other types of bags.

 

4. Diaper Liners: Diaper liners can be used in conjunction with any type of feces container. They make cleanup easier and help to keep your diaper pail clean.

 

5. Feces Pails: Feces pails are designed to contain feces until it can be disposed of properly. Some pails come with liners, while others do not.

How to use a Feces Container

Assuming you are referring to the FCT mentioned in the blog article: The FCT is an easy-to-use feces container that can be used by anyone, anywhere. It is a simple and innovative way to store and dispose of your feces. The FCT is made of durable materials and can be used for any type of feces. It is also leak-proof and can be easily cleaned. Here are some tips on how to use the FCT:

 

1. Place the FCT on a flat surface before using it.

 

2. Open the lid of the FCT and place your feces inside the container.

 

3. Close the lid of the FCT tightly to prevent leakage.

 

4. When you are finished using the FCT, clean it with soap and water.

Appropriate usage of Feces Containers

Appropriate usage of Feces Containers is very important for the health and safety of people using them. Here are some tips on how to use them correctly:

- Make sure that the container is big enough for all the feces that will be produced during use.

- Place the container in a location where it will not be stepped on or moved around.

- Cover the container when not in use to keep flies and other insects away from the feces.

- Wash your hands thoroughly after handling the feces or emptying the container.

Alternative Solutions for Feces Containers

There are many different types of Feces Containers (FCTs) on the market today. Some are designed for specific types of waste, while others are more general purpose. Here are some alternative solutions for feces containers:

 

1. Composting Toilet: A composting toilet is a type of toilet that uses little to no water to flush human waste. The waste is instead decomposed by bacteria and other microorganisms, resulting in a nutrient-rich soil amendment.

 

2. Incinerating Toilet: An incinerating toilet burns human waste, reducing it to ash. This type of toilet requires no water for flushing and can be used in areas where water is scarce.

 

3. Dry Toilet: A dry toilet is a type of toilet that does not use water for flushing human waste. Dry toilets can be either pit latrines or urine diversion systems. Pit latrines simply collect human waste in a pit, while urine diversion systems separate urine from feces before storing the waste in a dry container.

 

4. Chemical Toilet: A chemical toilet uses chemicals to break down human waste into an easily disposable form. Chemical toilets are often used in portable restrooms or in areas where water is not available for flushing toilets.

Feces Container, The 30mL screw cap container with a spoon is ideal for the collection and transport of fecal specimens. Available in transparent polystyrene (PS) or opaque polypropylene (PP), these stool containers come completely assembled and are ready to use.

Feces Container

The FastDNA-96™ Fecal DNA Kit isolates bacterial, protist, or host DNA from up to 80 mg of wet or dry stool, and even from caecum samples, through a purification process that eliminates PCR inhibitors. Fecal microbes, fungi, parasites, and other stool organisms are first lysed in approximately 60 seconds with the FastPrep-96™ Instrument. Up to 80 mg of wet or dry feces are placed into each 1.2 mL tube of a FastDNA-96™ Lysing Matrix Rack (96-deep well plate) containing 0.5 mm specially stabilized Zirconium oxide lysing particles, which are designed to efficiently lyse a wide variety of eukaryotic and prokaryotic organisms present in the mammalian stool (i.e. humans, primates, birds, rodents, cattle, canine, feline, porcine, etc.), while in the presence of a specially formulated lysis solution. The cleared lysate is then applied to a binding matrix to isolate the DNA, Feces Container and spin-column plates are used to simplify liquid handling. Eluted DNA is then applied to the MP-96 Inhibitor Removal Plate which removes humic acids, polyphenols that can inhibit PCR. Purified DNA is eluted in an EDTA-free, DNA elution solution, and is ready for downstream applications including digestion, electrophoresis, methylation, and PCR (A260/A280 ratios = 1.8). Yield is typically 5 µg of total DNA eluted in 50-100 µL of elution solution. This procedure can be performed in minutes, Feces Container and there is no need for organic denaturants or proteinases. Feces Container

Collecting a Stool Specimen

Unlike most other lab tests, the stool is sometimes collected by the child's family at home, not by a health care professional. Here are some tips for collecting a stool specimen:
  • Collecting stools can be messy, so be sure to wear latex gloves and wash your hands and your child's hands well afterward.
  • Many kids with diarrhea, especially young children, can't always let a parent know in advance when a bowel movement is coming. Sometimes a hat-shaped plastic lid is used to collect the stool specimen. This catching device can be quickly placed over the toilet bowl or your child's rear end to collect the specimen. Using a catching device can prevent contamination of the stool by water and dirt. If urine contaminates the stool sample, it will be necessary to take another sample. Also, if you're unable to catch the stool sample before it touches the inside of the toilet, the sample will need to be repeated. Fishing a bowel movement out of the toilet does not provide a clean specimen for the laboratory to analyze.
  • Another way to collect a stool sample is to loosely place plastic wrap across the rim of the toilet, under the seat. Then place the stool sample in a clean, sealable container before taking it to the laboratory. Plastic wrap can also be used to line the diaper of an infant or toddler who is not yet using the toilet.