To get into toto, literally means that all the tissue taken from a patient sent to pathologists is placed on a slide and scrutinized under the bright light of a microscope. A tissue sample submitted to pathology must be placed on at least one or more slides before a pathologist can examine it under a microscope. The slides are designed in such a way that they enable both the pathologist and the patient to view the specimen at eye-level. Pathologists use these special slides in conjunction with an optical microscope equipped with laser light to view everything from the cellular level to the molecular level. It is important to note that even though a toto has been submitted to a pathologist’s lab; the full medical history of a patient cannot be viewed until a medical doctor presents it to them for review.
It was in 1969, when a company called Toontal Systems Incorporated initiated the first digital camera computer system to be used in the medical field. The system was called Anatomically Related Electrodes and was manufactured by Philips Medical Systems. Since its inception, other companies have manufactured and sold electronic equipment based on the same basic principles of Toontal Systems. Two companies that have popularized the use of electronic medical instruments to remotely control and examine medical specimens and tissue samples are Celite Corporation and MedCure.
In order to fully understand how to use a toto toilet, it is essential to first understand what a traditional toilet is and how it works. A traditional toilet bowl is made up of a water-resistant liner that is secured to a metal body supported by castors. The liner then forms a base for the trap door and the drain/sewer line. Normally there are three flushing options, which correspond to the varying degrees of water resistance: low, medium and high.
The toto toilets and the contemporary low flush toilets share many basic design features. They typically come with a seat that reclines back straight and has a non-skid surface that makes cleaning the toilet easier after it is used. A traditional toilet also typically has a rim and a handle, which can become clogged with trapped fecal matter during heavy use, requiring a more diligent cleaning process; the Toontal systems, however, eliminate this need through their patented Flush Control Lock mechanism.
While the conventional toilet still uses a liner and rim, the toto toilet utilizes a special liner that contains powdered or glass beads to collect moisture and keep the toilet bowl clean after each flush. The unique design of the toto toilet allows them to sit on virtually any surface, including wooden decks and hard surfaces such as tile or vinyl. The unique toto bowl design does not have a seal, making it prone to mold and mildew buildup if not maintained properly. The seal also prevents the liquids and solids from seeping into the trap and causing water damage. The seal prevents odors from permeating the interior of the toilet bowl and acts as a solid barrier against pests.
The advantages of a toto toilet over a traditional model include a cleaner digestive system due to its design, which eliminates the trapped fecal matter in the bowl. It also provides a faster flushing action than a traditional flush, resulting in less water waste. The toto toilet also requires less maintenance than other types of toilets, with only occasional cleaning required to ensure proper operation and cleanliness. The unique lock-onomic drainage system provides an efficient drain line and also reduces water waste. Finally, all these advantages make the toto the perfect choice for those who want to go “green” and choose a toilet over traditional models. The waste is reduced, the atmosphere is improved, and you save money.