Once you read the published article in the January issue of the
Archives of Pathology and Lab Medicine (available on the CAP website
to download for free), you will have a better idea about the extend of
work the committee has gone through to set the parameters.
Their work is *outstanding*, but it's not perfect, but the outcome is
safe and badly needed. Your criticism is well taken, but it's not
On Jan 24, 2008, at 1:12 PM, Rene J Buesa wrote:
> Where can I find the CAP validation tests? What is the level of
> capriciousness in their protocol?
> Did they quantified or even tested the results for tissues fixed
> more than 48 hours? Is it that they just work Monday thru Fridays?
> Did they analyze the administrative and scheduling effects of their
> protocol? Do they care about that?
> Is this protocol the result of sound and comparative tests during
> different periods of time, or is just "bug brother" working as
> histotech now?
> René J.
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