[Histonet] Cassette Marking

Sherwood, Margaret MSHERWOOD <@t> PARTNERS.ORG
Tue Oct 19 13:49:51 CDT 2010


I would say you have quite a choice!  For the longest time, we had so much
trouble with so many pens, we went to the pencil for the cassettes which are the
best.  But we still needed pens for the slides; that's when we switched to
StatLab.  We still use the pencil for the cassettes.


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If you HAVE to manually mark cassettes - what are you using? Cassette pens ?
Pencils ? What is the rest of the world doing?

Anything else on the market?


Nita Searcy, HT/HTL (ASCP)
Scott and White Hospital
Division Manager, Anatomic Pathology
2401 S. 31st. Street 
Temple, Texas, 76502
nsearcy <@t> swmail.sw.org


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