[Histonet] (no subject)

Charles.Embrey Charles.Embrey <@t> carle.com
Tue Jun 27 08:07:38 CDT 2006

If they qualify under CLIA '88 as "High Complexity Testing Personnel"
for CLIA and CAP inspection criteria they can.  Even under the CAP
guidelines this does meet the "grossing" definition because "dissection"
is involved.

Charles Embrey PA(ASCP) 

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This question is related somewhat to the question of allowing a lab
assistant to "cassette" tissue specimens.  Where do qualification issues
fall regarding weighing and measuring placentas and rolling the fetal
membranes and cutting a piece and placing in a cassette?  Is this ok for
HT's to perform?
> Amanda (Amy) Garcia
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