We check the slide quality daily by using a control slide (usually an
appendix or gallbladder) with the first rack of slides. I then check random
slides from each rack stained, we also have a QA sheet the paths fill out
daily. They grade us on grossing, specimen sampling, processing, embedding,
microtomy, staining and cover slipping. Most of them see this as a true
quality control indicator and let us know when we have an issue; a few just
fill it out without any real critiquing, which defeats the whole purpose.
Cheryl Miller HT (ASCP)
402 738 5052
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