Re: [Histonet] Microscope Slide Storage/Database


In the UK the system tends to work by assigning a lab number to each case on a LIMS and then storing the slides in Lab number numerical order. That way you just look up the patient record, see the lab number, go to the slide file and hey presto.
Very simple, very effective, easy to manage.
We routinely discard our slides after 10 years, so storing the slides in this way makes that task much easier as well.
Nick Kirk
Hinchingbrooke Hospital

Phillip Huff  wrote:
Could people please describe the different ways that they organize and store their finished microscope slides? We would like to adopt a new method to organize, store and also have a computer database of our slides. What computer programs do people use/recommend for this purpose?

THank you


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