[Histonet] determining fixation time for Her 2 cases

Laurie Colbert laurie.colbert <@t> huntingtonhospital.com
Thu Jan 17 13:14:01 CST 2008

I figured out what time the tissue comes out of formalin on the tissue
processor and distributed times to the pathologists.  The pathologist or
PA dictates what time the specimen went into formalin - either put into
formalin by us or the time that is written on the tissue requisition by
Surgery.  When the pathologist dictates the micros, they figure out the
total fixation time, and that time is dictated into the final report.

Laurie Colbert 

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Subject: [Histonet] determining fixation time for Her 2 cases

Good afternoon!
  I am interested in how various institutes are determining formalin
fixation time on cases that go for Her 2 neu testing?  Are you using
your LIS or a tracking sheet?
  Thanks so much, I look forward to your responses...
  Melissa Jans
  University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics

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