[Histonet] Block cutting protocols

Tapper, Sheila STapper <@t> slhduluth.com
Mon Oct 17 11:10:59 CDT 2005

NEVER - For all of the obvious reasons.  The opportunity for error is
way too great.  

Sheila Tapper HT(ASCP)
St. Luke's Hospital
Duluth, MN
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Subject: [Histonet] Block cutting protocols

Hello All:
I hope that you all won't "flame" me with this question.  I do not want
to offer any information yet as to why I am asking.  I want your
responses to be unbiased by the circumstances for which I am asking.
The question:
Do any of you techs cutting clinical paraffin embedded blocks, lay out
multiple ribbons from multiple blocks on your water bath at one time and
then pick up your sections for each block?  
I would like tech and supervisor responses please.  Thanks so much.  You
guys are always such a help.

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