FW: [Histonet] cassette labels erased by processor

Cheri Miller cmiller <@t> physlab.com
Wed Mar 31 09:39:46 CDT 2010

YES! That is why I use pencil only. I had a processor full of blank/ unlabeled cassettes because the lot# of the pens was bad. There is no way of knowing if the ink is reagent proof until a disaster like you have occurs.  You don't always know if the ink lot passed its QC with absolute certainty. Pencil is fail proof. I hope your day gets better, Cheri

Cheryl Miller HT ASCP CM
Histology Supervisor
Physicians Laboratory Services
Omaha, NE. 402 731 4148

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