[Histonet] RE: Histonet Digest, Vol 29, Issue 7
It would be good to have that vendor generated validation in writing.
This is only my opinion, I don't really have a reference for this.
On the installation, I would pick a broad sample of tests from your
(Maybe 10% -20% of the total?) And have them run (either you run them
or get the TSR to run them :) on both instruments. so you would have at
least something from your own validation process. I don't know off the
top of my head if there is a specific protocol that must be adhered to,
when installing new equipment.
Choose antibodies with different HEIR, and Enzyme digestions, also.
I would be interested to know what anyone else would do to validate in
their lab, if there is a documented process.
Hope this helps.
Becky Orr CLA,HT(ASCP)
Assistant Manager, Anatomic Pathology
Evanston Northwestern Healthcare
Date: Wed, 5 Apr 2006 07:05:58 -0400
From: "Featherstone, Annette"
Subject: [Histonet] validation for CAP
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We have just purchased 2 new Dako immuno stainers and I was wondering
what CAP requirements are for validation. The company says that both
instruments are validated against each other and therefore you can
validate the antibodies on either stainer. I hope this is fact.
Annette Featherstone HT/MLT MT(HEW)
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