Re: QA Daily H&E's
|From:||Rena Fail <RFail@charleston.net>|
We have devised a simple log sheet for QA of H&E's. A slide from a uterus
control block is the first slide stained. One of the first Pathologist in
reviews it and signs the sheet. Acceptable or unacceptable with room for
comments and space to note corrective action.
Our lab manager believes we "should own our work" The cutters are required
to put their initials on their slides. You would be surprised at how picky
people get when their initials are on the slide. If any problms arise later
with the slide all the coordinator or manager needs to do is peel back the
label to see who cut it.
Rena Fail AS,HT(ASCP)
Medical University of South Carolina
At 01:42 PM 10/2/00 -0700, you wrote:
>We are a large histology lab and would like to implement daily QA for H&
>E's, however checking every single slide is not manageable with current
>staffing, to to have the pathologists check is unmanageable also, they are
>just as short as we are. We do approximately 750 slides a day, any good
>suggestions how to start tackling this. We have approximately five cutters
>per day, is there an easy way to monitor all five? Thanks in advance. Will
>wait for your replies.
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