[Histonet] Reagent rotation

Goins, Tresa TGoins <@t> mt.gov
Tue Jun 5 13:35:14 CDT 2012

We rotate by cassette number - our daily load can vary from 10 to more than 100 cassettes, so an exchange schedule based on number of runs was not appropriate.


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Subject: [Histonet] Reagent rotation

What is the normal procedure for changing the reagents in the tissue processor? We have a Sakura VIP6. Should the schedule of changing be based on number of runs vs. number of blocks processed? About 80% of our blocks are small GI biospies.

Thanks in advance for your input.

Toshia Perrin
Medical Practice Coordinator
Southern Pathology

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