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From:"Colbert, Laurie" <>
To:"'Carson, Karla'" <>, 'Histonet' <>
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We never used to monitor temperatures on Sundays, either, until someone had
to open that can of worms.  Now someone from the Clinical side checks
certain critical temperatures on Sundays.  It actually is not a bad idea -
what if your pathologist had to come in on a Sunday for a frozen and the
cryostat was not working?

Laurie Colbert
SJMC - Burbank

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From: Carson, Karla []
Sent: Monday, March 20, 2000 10:28 PM
To: 'Histonet'
Subject: CAP

We are having CAP inspection soon.  In my 30 some years at this I have never
had a problem with the fact that we do not monitor the cryostat temperatures
on Sunday when no one works.  However, I now have a pathologist who insists
we must record temps 7 days a week?  Has anyone ever had this problem?
Thanks in advance

Karla Carson HT/HTL (ASCP)
Regional Pathology Supervisor
Mercy Health Care Sacramento
e-mail <> 

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