[Histonet] Tube station

Bonner, Janet Janet.Bonner <@t> FLHOSP.ORG
Wed Feb 25 14:27:22 CST 2009

No, the patient tissue is too precious to "loose" should the tube get stuck, and the legal implications are well.....
   Nor do you want a hazardous fluid such as Formalin to spill within the tube system.  
            So we just don't.  We have couriers to go among the departments or our staff will do the pick-up.
    The tube system is great for paper items, addressograph labels, or if a floor/department needs a form.  
Janet L. Bonner, HTL (ASCP)
Pathology Laboratory


From: histonet-bounces <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu on behalf of Marcia Funk
Sent: Wed 2/25/2009 1:32 PM
To: histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu
Subject: [Histonet] Tube station

        We have just installed a tube station do you send your tissue specimens through the tube
        station ?      Thanks Marcia

Marcia Funk
Histology Laboratory
Mercy Medical Center North Iowa
Mason City, IA, 50401

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