[Histonet] Cassette labeling
nancy_schmitt <@t> pa-ucl.com
Thu Feb 10 09:09:47 CST 2011
We use B.
Nancy Schmitt MLT, HT(ASCP)
United Clinical Laboratories
Date: Tue, 8 Feb 2011 16:54:54 -0500
From: Lee Mayhew <lmayhew5 <@t> cogeco.ca>
Subject: [Histonet] Cassette labeling
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At my hospital, we are having a discussion about how to label cassettes. I have worked at 2 hospitals, and they each do it a different way. Our cassette labeller will print either way.
Could you please indicate which way you do it at your site, A or B.
A......When the cassette is open and sitting on the bench facing you with the lid on the far side and the surface for writing on is closest to you, the surgical number is upside down.
B.....When the cassette is open and sitting on the bench facing you with the lid on the far side and the surface for writing on is closest to you, the surgical number is right side up.
Thanks in advance.
Lee Mayhew MLT
St. Josephs Hospital
Hamilton, ON Canada
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