[Histonet] No expiration dates on chemicals
patpxs <@t> gmail.com
Thu Jan 31 14:49:44 CST 2013
We keep ours no longer than 5 years. If there is no expiration date
on the bottle when we receive it, we mark it as expired 5 years from
date of receipt.
Paula Sicurello, HTL (ASCP)
Supervisor, Clinical Electron Microscopy Laboratory
Duke University Health System
Rm.#251M, Duke South, Green Zone
Durham, North Carolina 27710
On Thu, Jan 31, 2013 at 12:36 PM, PicheGrocki, Jessica
<jpiche-grocki <@t> wtbyhosp.org> wrote:
> Hi All,
> Just wondering what everyone is doing in regards the ANP question involving expiration dates on chemicals and reagents? Is everyone getting rid of old chemicals that have been opened for 10 years or more?
> Please advise.
> Have a good day and thank you,
> Jessica Piche', HT (ASCP)
> Waterbury Hospital Histology Lab
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