RE: VIP short processing times

From:Rena Fail <>

<html> <font size=3>Here we are using a much shorter cycle on the VIP's for our same day rushes. Heart tx biopsies, kidney biopsies, and livers biopsies  account for the majority of our same day rushes. 5 minutes for each station used for a total of 50 minutes. The results are excellent<br> <br> <br> Rena Fail AS,HT(ASCP)<br> SS/IHC lab<br> Medical University of SC<br> Charleston, SC<br> <br> <br> <br> <br> At 01:20 PM 1/3/01 -0600, you wrote:<br> <blockquote type=cite class=cite cite>We use a short cycle on our VIP at 20 minutes for each station.    We use<br> this schedule for our heart transplant biopsies and any other "small" tissue<br> that needs same day turn-a-around.<br> Hazel<br> <br> > -----Original Message-----<br> > From:<x-tab> </x-tab> []<br> > Sent:<x-tab> </x-tab>Wednesday, January 03, 2001 6:16 AM<br> > To:<x-tab>   </x-tab><br> > Subject:<x-tab>      </x-tab>Re:  VIP  short   processing  times<br> > <br> >       A  few  weeks   ago  someone  posted  a question  about  processing <br> > schedules for  the VIP,  Fast  process, similar  to  those   used  in a  <br> > microwave  processor. someone gave a name of  someone to contact  and I<br> > have <br> >  lost  it, I  was  interested  in obtaining that information also. If<br> > anyone <br> > can help me I am looking for all  sizes of fast processing schedules.</font></blockquote><br> </html>
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