AFeatherstone <@t> KaleidaHealth.Org
Wed Sep 1 15:02:20 CDT 2004
Anyone using immunohistochemical methods with ZAP-70 antibody? What antibody
are you using? Vendor , ETC?
From: Patti Loykasek [mailto:ploykasek <@t> phenopath.com]
Sent: Wednesday, September 01, 2004 14:22
To: Histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu
Subject: Re: [Histonet] Equipment Validation
I'm not familiar with the JCAO requirements, but I know a little about the
GLP requirements. Usually these requirements are mainly intended for
instruments that are reporting data. In anatomic path, the pathlogists are
the "instrument". I do think it is smart to test any new equipment that
comes into the lab to ensure it does what it is supposed to do.
> Good morning everyone.
> I have a question concerning equipment validation.
> We recently had a customer that said they were cited during an inspection
> for not having a record of their new equipment being validated.
> I am assume that the validation of the equipment means that they should
> have run a parallel test with the new and "old" piece of equipment to
> verify that it indeed performs as it should. The customer felt it was our
> responsibility to do the validation testing in their lab for the
> Does anyone have some more insight or protocols as to what equipment
> validation documentation is required of inspecting agencies like Joint
> Commission ?
> I appreciate your input.
> Have a Blessed Day !
> Best regards,
> Mark Lewis
> Product Specialist
> Anatomical Pathology
> Clinical Diagnostics
> Thermo Electron Corporation
> (412) 747-4013
> (412) 788-1097
> E-mail: mark.lewis <@t> thermo.com
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