Wednesday, 19th December 2018
    SEGURIDAD BIOLÓGICA
 

Responsable Servicio:
Ángeles Sánchez

 

El laboratorio de radioisótopos pertenece a la instalación radiactiva de 2ª categoría. Se trata del laboratorio 035, ubicado en la planta baja inferior (Ext: 4482).

Según la legislación vigente se encuentra señalizado como: "ZONA CONTROLADA RIESGO DE IRRADIACIÓN Y CONTAMINACIÓN."

Acceso controlado.

Reserva previa.

Acceso a través de vestíbulo con ducha de emergencia,lavabo accionado pie y taquillas equipos de protección personal

Consta de diferentes zonas:

  • Laboratorio general con diferentes Zonas con equipamiento y blindajes adecuados
  • Laboratorio de marcajes de cultivos celulares.Nivel de Bioseguridad 2
  • Almacén de residuos radiactivos
  • Laboratorio del Irradiador gamma de células y ratones de experimentación

 

Equipamiento

  1. Equipos
    • 1 Vitrina específica para emisores gamma (125I, 51Cr) con blindaje de vidrio plomado
    • 1 Vitrina para manipulación de emisores (beta) con blindaje de metacrilato
    • Gammateca, para almacenamiento de emisores gamma
    • 2 Cabinas de Seguridad Biológica Clase II A ,blindadas para marcajes de cultivos celulares
    • Neveras-congelador blindadas (2)
    • Arcón-congelador
    • 1 Microscopio
    • 2 Incubadores de CO2
    • 1 Centrífuga de mesa SIGMA
    • 1 Baño agitación SHAKER
    • 1 Centrífuga de mesa para tubos eppendorf
    • Fuentes de alto voltaje
    • Baño de incubación (2)
  2. Material de radioprotección
    • Pantallas de metacrilato de 2,5 cm de espesor
    • Pantallas de metacrilato plomado para 125I
    • Contenedores de metacrilato plomado para residuos radiactivos
    • Planchas y contenedores de plomo
    • Carro de transporte de residuos radiactivos
    • Contenedores de metacrilato y plomo para transporte de muestras radiactivas
  3. Equipos de protección personal
    • Material desechable (Tyvek): Bata, manguitos, monos, calzas, cubre-zapatos
    • Delantal y guantes plomados
    • Gafas de metacrilato
    • Mascarillas desechables de carbón activo
    • Guantes de nitrilo y látex
    • Guantes de plástico (desechables)
    • Descontaminantes líquidos específicos para la piel
  4. Material de protección-Productos radiactivos
    • Pañales absorbentes de celulosa
    • Tips con filtro para evitar contaminaciones de las pipetas automáticas
    • Gradillas
    • Abreviales de productos radiactivos
    • Abreviales para tubos eppendorf
    • Tubos de 2 ml de tapón de rosca para centrífuga eppendorf
    • Papel absorbente Powersorb para derrames de líquidos
    • Papel de aluminio de 3 mm. para blindaje de gradillas con muestras radiactivas y contenedores (emisores beta de baja energía)
    • Papel de plástico para forrar pantallas
    • Papel de plástico (Reynolon) para forrar monitores, pipetas, etc.
    • Pipetas específicas para material radiactivo
  5. Material de señalización
    • Etiquetas específicas y removibles para residuos radiactivos (color específico para cada radioisótopo)
    • Etiquetas adhesivas indicativas "Radiactivo"
    • Cinta adhesiva para acotar zonas o cerrar bolsas de residuos "ATENCIÓN. MATERIAL RADIACTIVO"
    • Carteles para señalización de contenedores de residuos radiactivos

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