[Histonet] Daily H&E Control
Rene J Buesa
rjbuesa <@t> yahoo.com
Thu Feb 12 09:46:24 CST 2009
The QC filled by the pathologists is a good step and can be considered enough. The thing is that from day-to-day or stain batch-to-batch you could have a difference and you should not add to that variability the intrinsic variability of all the cases reviewed by the pathologists (everyday different).
This meaning that you should have a standard section type for the QC. Because of all its components, I always used appendix as my QC daily section. They will also be filed with the date it was stained and reviewed.
--- On Thu, 2/12/09, Marshall, Kimberly <Kimberly.Marshall <@t> ahss.org> wrote:
From: Marshall, Kimberly <Kimberly.Marshall <@t> ahss.org>
Subject: [Histonet] Daily H&E Control
To: histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu
Date: Thursday, February 12, 2009, 10:30 AM
Howdy fellow Histo Techs,
I am hoping to get an answer from everyone regarding C.A.P. and the
rules about a daily H&E control. This year will be the first one for
our lab with CAP, I want to know if there is a regulation about having a
daily H&E control to view and if so what tissue do they want used. Up
till now each day I give my Pathologist a QC sheet to fill out and I
make any changes the next day if there are any problems. My pathologist
use the daily slides as a control. Is this enough or do I need to have
record of a control separate from my daily workload? Thanks in advance
for you help.
Kimberly Marshall H.T. (ASCP)
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