[Histonet] special stain storage

Tench, Bill Bill.Tench <@t> pph.org
Mon Jul 26 12:16:36 CDT 2010

The critical issue that your CLIA, or perhaps CAP, inspector is going to
be asking is:  is it necessary to storage stain reagent X in a
refrigerator with a temperature range of Y.  That answer lies in your
procedure.  If it says refrigerate (perhaps with a range) reagent X,
then you must document that you have done so by tracking the frig
temperature. If it really is not necessary to refrigerate the reagent
(perhaps it is done so just to keep it from evaporating) indicate that
in the procedure.
Bill Tench
Associate Dir. Laboratory Services
Chief, Cytology Services
Palomar Medical Center
555 E. Valley Parkway
Escondido, California  92025
Bill.Tench <@t> pph.org
Voice: 760- 739-3037
Fax: 760-739-2604

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