RE: [Histonet] HT practical exam blocks and slides

From:"Connie McManus"

Happy Monday Morning, everyone!!!

I used to use Secureline markers, but I found sometimes the writing
comes off during deparaffinizing.  These markers are great when they
work right, but it's not at all great when the writing comes off.  I
pencil the case number on the slides, then apply a sticker label with
printed information after staining is completed. This works well for me
and I assume this is acceptable to the ASCP.  

I'm interested in what the rest of you have to say about this, too.  

Connie McManus
Utah Veterinary Diagnostics Laboratory
Utah State University
Logan, UT
Phone:  435/797-1891
fax: 435/797-2805


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Sent: Sunday, May 09, 2004 4:36 PM
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Subject: Re: [Histonet] HT practical exam blocks and slides

For my HT practical, I used a Secureline marker on the slides and then I
hand wrote labels out with a regular pen.  We also use pencils for our
blocks, but I decided to use the Secureline marker on my blocks as well.


I processed my tissue first and then embedded the tissues in different
blocks labeled with the marker.  The marker won't work on our cassettes
through processing and that's the reason I did it this way.


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