RE: Clean Areas

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From:"Carson, Karla" <>
To:"'Tom T. McNemar'" <>, "Einfalt, Ginny" <>, "''" <>
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So do we.  This saves many problems.

Karla Carson HT/HTL (ASCP)
Regional Pathology Supervisor
Mercy Health Care Sacramento
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		-----Original Message-----
		From:	Tom T. McNemar []
		Sent:	Thursday, April 13, 2000 8:33 AM
		To:	Einfalt, Ginny; ''
		Subject:	RE: Clean Areas

		We take the original req that comes with the specimen and
make a photocopy
		for use in grossing.  The original then goes to

		Tom Mc Nemar
		Pathology Supervisor
		Licking Memorial Hospital
		Newark, Ohio

		> -----Original Message-----
		> From:	Einfalt, Ginny []
		> Sent:	Wednesday, April 12, 2000 6:05 PM
		> To:	''
		> Subject:	Clean Areas
		> Dear Histonetters,
		> We have an ongoing issue with the pathology office about
whether or not
		> the
		> office where the girls transcribe should be considered a
clean area.
		> Since
		> all of the computer requisitions are single pages, they
are circulated
		> from
		> the pocket of the biohazard bag the specimen arrives in,
to the
		> accessioning
		> table, to the grossing area, handled by the PA and passed
on to the
		> transcriptionists who believe that they work in a "clean
area".  What are
		> the protocols in other pathology offices?
		> Ginny Einfalt
		> Virtua West Jersey Hospital

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