Re: [Histonet] vapor monitoring

From:Rene J Buesa

We also used the services of an outside contractor BUT only after 6 years with an intensive and extensive "in house" monitoring system with badges developed "in house" and others sent outside for develoiping.
  If you don't know your conditions, just to be in the "safe side", I would try to do a monitoring with badges developed by a company (like KEM).
  René J.

"Coomer, Linda"  wrote:
  I am inquiring how the majority of the "histology world" monitors
vapors. Currently the hospital has an outside agency twice a year. I
would like to monitor by the vapor badges. Are they as effective as the
outside agency?

Linda Coomer

Supervisor of Histology/Cytology

Palos Community Hospital


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