[Histonet] Processing Specimens
Rene J Buesa
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Tue Apr 17 14:39:10 CDT 2007
The "clue" for the answer is in the "NOTE". If a pathologist is doing the tissue processing (TP) (which they don't), then don't mind to answers.
IF, the TP is done by the histotechs (which they do) the protocol has to be in the SOP and the answer would be: "described in the SOP".
Amy Self <ASelf <@t> gmhsc.com> wrote:
I was just thumbing through the checklist and came across a NEW question and wanted to see how some of you answered or would answer the following question; Thanks in advance, Amy
Are there written procedures for processing specimens.
NOTE: this question applies if a non-pathologists process specimens.
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