we perform almost 80 derm cases per day. We use blue sponges and not lens
paper. The blue sponges make embedding so much faster. Often, the lens paper
sticks together and makes it a nightmare to embed. Leaving any type of
tissue on the counter is borderline malpractice. Not only does the tissue
dry out, making processing and cutting difficult, it reeks havoc with
immunohistochemistry. You make get no staining, weak staining or so much
background staining you won't be able to read the slides.
Where are you working? Nothing against you, but I want to make sure none of
my family and friends are close by and pathology
Joe Nocito BS, PA, HT(ASCP)QIHC
San Antonio, TX
----- Original Message -----
From: "WAYNE HOLLAND"
Sent: Saturday, May 10, 2008 7:31 PM
Subject: FW: RE: [Histonet] I need more ammunition
>I need more ammunition, please!!
>>From: WAYNE HOLLAND
>>Sent: Fri 5/9/2008 1:47 AM
>>Subject: [Histonet] I need your help
>>Everyone, I have started a new job. I have many things that need fixed. I
>>have a gross room that are using regular cassettes metal tops and they are
>>wrapping all of the derm work in yes wet lens paper and leaving them on
>>the countertop by the hoods for periods of up to 45 minutes. I know this
>>is not good for obvious reasons. I need your comments asap to help make
>>them understand, again for obvious reasons. I have been doing this for 28
>>years and I need other field associates to back me up. Most of these
>>specimen are very small. HELP!
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