[Histonet] Specimen Labeling
Caroline.Pratt <@t> uphs.upenn.edu
Fri Nov 1 10:39:49 CDT 2013
We accept single specimens without a site if the patient's full name and
dob match the protocol exactly. Most physicians label the site, but we
won't send a single sight case back for that reason. We do request and
prefer the site as well.
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Subject: [Histonet] Specimen Labeling
I'm curious about what the majority of labs accept for specimen
labeling, in addition to the usual, ie: name and medical record
number/PHN. What is your policy concerning specimen type/source do you
require this to be on all specimen containers as well as paper
Is this a requirement for multiple specimens on the same patient only?
or do you require it for single specimen as well?
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