10 Best Lab Short Stem Funnels

List Updated September 2020

Bestselling Lab Short Stem Funnels in 2020


HUAOU Boro 3.3 Glass Funnel Short Stem, 50mm x 50mm(diameter x stem)

HUAOU Boro 3.3 Glass Funnel Short Stem, 50mm x 50mm(diameter x stem)
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Material: Borosilicate 3.3 glass, better quanlity than netral or soda glass
  • Fadeless white mark
  • Size: outer dia: 40mm, inner dia: 37mm, total height: 75mm, tube height: 40mm, tube outer dia: 6mm, tube outer dia: 4mm
  • Size: outer dia: 1.57inch, inner dia: 1.34inch, total height:2.95inch, tube height: 1.57inch, tube outer dia: 0.24inch, tube outer dia: 0.16inch
  • Compensate the loss during shipping

HUAOU Boro 3.3 Glass Funnel Short Stem, 40mm x 50mm(diameter x stem)

HUAOU Boro 3.3 Glass Funnel Short Stem, 40mm x 50mm(diameter x stem)
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Material: Borosilicate 3.3 glass, better quanlity than neutral or soda glass
  • Fadeless white mark
  • Size: outer dia: 40mm, inner dia: 37mm, total height: 75mm, tube height: 40mm, tube outer dia: 6mm, tube outer dia: 4mm
  • Size: outer dia: 1.57inch, inner dia: 1.34inch, total height:2.95inch, tube height: 1.57inch, tube outer dia: 0.24inch, tube outer dia: 0.16inch
  • Compensate the loss during shipping

(pack of 3 ) 120 mm Lab Funnel Short Stem Thick Glass Multiple

(pack of 3 ) 120 mm Lab Funnel Short Stem Thick Glass Multiple
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020

Funnel, Short stem, Glass - 100 mm. [ 1 Ea.]

Funnel, Short stem, Glass - 100 mm. [ 1 Ea.]
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • 100 mm funnel diameter
  • 15 mm stem diameter, 35 mm stem length

120 mm Lab Funnel Short Stem Thick Glass Multiple (pack of 3 )

120 mm Lab Funnel Short Stem Thick Glass Multiple (pack of 3 )
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Cone Anlge:58degree
  • Cone Diameter:120mm
  • Stem Length:75mm
  • Overall Length:160mm
  • pack of three

Funnel, Regular stem, glass, 50 OD x 50mm stem

Funnel, Regular stem, glass, 50 OD x 50mm stem
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Funnel Top Diameter (mm) 50
  • Stem Length (mm) 50
  • MaterialGlass
  • Sold As Each
  • Scientific Equipment of Houston

Corning Pyrex 6180-65 Borosilicate Glass Fluted Funnel, with Short Stem, 65mm Diameter (Pack of 12)

Corning Pyrex 6180-65 Borosilicate Glass Fluted Funnel, with Short Stem, 65mm Diameter (Pack of 12)
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Top inner diameter: 65mm; height: 121mm
  • Stem outer diameter: 8mm; stem length: 65mm
  • Made from Borosilicate glass code 7740
  • Fluted-style funnel with short stem is fabricated from blanks formed to a 60 degree angle
  • Angle permits accurate fitting of the filter paper - thus reducing filtering time

85mm Powder Funnel Short Stem Borosilicate Glass Plain 60 Degree Angle - Eisco Labs

85mm Powder Funnel Short Stem Borosilicate Glass Plain 60 Degree Angle - Eisco Labs
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Borsilicate Glass
  • Funnel Dimensions: 85mm Diameter, 30mm Stem Length and 24mm Stem Diameter
  • Plain 60 degree angle

American Educational 7-421LG-A Borosilicate Glass Short Stemmed Funnel, 40mm Diameter (Box of 5)

American Educational 7-421LG-A Borosilicate Glass Short Stemmed Funnel, 40mm Diameter (Box of 5)
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Short-stemmed funnel for adding liquids or fine-grained materials to flasks and other narrow-mouth containers
  • Available in various diameters
  • Short stem helps reduce clogging and enables a quick transfer of hot liquids to minimize recrystallization within the stem
  • Made of borosilicate glass for durability and heat resistance
  • Sold in a box of five

KINGSO Scientific Glass Funnel with Short Stem Laboratory Glassware Kit 120mm

KINGSO Scientific Glass Funnel with Short Stem Laboratory Glassware Kit 120mm
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Material: Glass
  • Color: Transparent
  • Cone Anlge: 58 degree
  • 120mm Size: Cone Diameter: 120mm, Stem Length: 75mm, Overall Length: 160mm,

Common Laboratory Tests Performed to Confirm Diagnosis of Diabetes Mellitus

The diagnosis of Diabetes Mellitus (DM) comes from careful evaluation of the patient's history, the physiologic symptoms and the clinical laboratory results

The following are laboratory results that could confirm DM in a patient:

1. Glucosuria

This is the presence of glucose (sugar) in urine. The urine specimen would be positive for sugar.

The renal threshold for glucose is 160 mg/dL. When this concentration is exceeded in the blood, then it would then appear in the urine making the urine specimen positive for sugar. This is an indication that the concentration of glucose in blood could be more than 160 mg/dL.

2. Ketonuria

Presence of ketone bodies (acetone, hydroxybutyric acid, etc) in urine. This indicates that the body could not utilize the carbohydrates as a source of energy because of the insufficiency of insulin; so it makes use of lipids (fats) instead. The utilization of fats as a source of energy will lead to an increase concentration of the by-product of lipid which are the ketone bodies. These will then lead to the increased excretion of ketones in the urine called ketonuria.

3. Hyperglycemia

This leads to the increased levels of sugar, predominantly glucose, in the blood stream. This could be detected by allowing the patient to fast for 8 to 12 hours before collection of blood specimen. A patient with a sample value above the normal which is 60-110 mg/dL (Orthotoluidine method), would be considered as hyperglycemic and a candidate for DM.

Oral Glucose Tolerance Test (OGTT) could also be performed on a patient suspected of DM.

1. A fasting baseline blood sample is obtained.
2. A glucose challenge (solution) which may be oral or intravenous is given to the patient.
3. A 30-minute, 1 hr, and 1 amp; ½ hr- blood samples is then obtained from the patient. The frequency will depend upon whether it is a single-oral dose or a multiple dose method.
4. Interpret the results depending upon the method selected.
5. Generally, two hours after the glucose load or challenge is taken in, the blood concentration should go back to normal levels.

Hemoglobin A1C

This is a test for the patient's adherence to his medications for DM. If the patient did not adhere to his medications, then the value of this type of hemoglobin is usually elevated.

These are the most common laboratory tests performed to confirm the diagnosis of diabetes mellitus. It is imperative therefore, that these tests are performed reliably under the expertise of a licensed Medical Technologist or Clinical Laboratory Scientists.

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