Re: RETRIEVAL USING PRESSURE COOKER
At first we were marking on sheets (one for each pH) that our pH strips had
detected the correct pH. However now we save all the strips, both steam
strips and the pH strips, by just taping them all into a log book. Of course
we first let them dry out and the pH strips fade a little, but it
demonstrates that we did the necessary testing. Also, we log the date and
whether the steam strip was used in the pressure cooker or the steamer. And,
if we do more than on run we mark 1st run and 2nd run next to the strips.
Tara Oakes, H.T.
Central DuPage Hospital
>From: "Nava, Josefa"
>Subject: RETRIEVAL USING PRESSURE COOKER
>Date: Thu, 18 Apr 2002 13:55:48 -0500
>I am curious how everyone is doing their QC on the IHC pressure cooker.
>you have a form to log in your temperature and pressure evrytime you run
>your pressure cooker everyday? For those who are using the Biocare pressure
>cooker what type of Quality control do
>you have aside from using the Monitor strips. And do you have an everyday
>log to record your reaction on your monitor strips or do you even save
>those strips for CAP inspection? I appreciate any feedback you can give
>on this matter.
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