[Histonet] Histonet Digest, Vol 196, Issue 3

NWL - Histology Histology at nwlabs.co.uk
Wed Mar 4 12:35:18 CST 2020

Re: Histonet digest Incomplete sectioning of blocks.

I had to manage this situation a few year back and found that the best place to capture this is at the waterbath. QC reviews I.e numbers of return slides categorised into fault type can be collated over a month and displayed easily to a team of people. This data can also be a useful KPI of your labs processes. You can then use as evidence if you had to go down the route of a capability process with a single member of staff.

Do you microscopically check each slide that is sent out?

Stuart Beaver

Head of Histology
Nationwide Laboratories

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