Quality Assurance

Methods for Obtaining Fungus, Bacteria and Acid-Fast Controls.

Charles R. Robinson, M.D., Melrose-Wakefield Hospital Association, Melrose, Massachusetts 02176. January 1973;III(1):26.

Color Coding Rush Specimens.

Donald L. Meyers, Chief Histotechnologist, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland 21205. July 1973;III(3):37.

Gram-Positive and Gram-Negative Bacteria Control.

Anna Marie England, Independence, Missouri 64050. January 1978;VIII(1):107-108.

Prolonging the Shelf-Life of Solutions Containing Silver Nitrate.

Charles Churukian, University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, New York 14642. July 1980;X(3):147.

Negative Controls—Useful Idea.

Mack Alexander, Saint Joseph Hospital, Omaha, Nebraska 68131. January 1981;XI(1):157.

Appointment to Biological Stain Commission.

October 1981;XI(4):169.

Filing System for Chemicals.

Susan Schultz, Baptist Medical Center, Little Rock Arkansas 72201. January 1982;XII(1):173.

A Method for Making Gram Controls in Tissue.

Ms. Masaye Tanaka, R.T. (CSLT), B.Sc., B.A., Colin Henderson, B.Sc., R.T. (CSLT), Foothills General Provincial Hospital, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. November 1983;XIII(3):209.

Organizing Your Special Stain Solutions.

Chris Manor, Seaway Hospital, Trenton, Michigan 48183. January 1984;XIV(1):222-223.

The Quality Control Dilemma in Histotechnology: A Possible Answer.

Lee G. Luna, American HistoLabs, Inc., Gaithersburg, MD. May/June 1991;XXI(3):245-250.

Combination Control Blocks.

Cel Rutledge, HTL (ASCP), Histopathology Department, San Francisco General Hospital, San Francisco, CA. March 1996;XXVI(1):3-4.

Normal Tissue Controls for Immunohistochemistry.

Kurt Nauss, HT, HTL, IHC (ASCP Qualification), Nathaniel Nauss, HT, Centreville, VA 20120. Vol. XXVIII, No. 1, May 1998.

Sakura Alleviates Y2K Fears

November 1998;XXIX(1):19-20.

Y2K: Are You Ready?

Terri C. Staples, MS, HT (ASCP) HTL, Project Leader Clinical I/S, Baptist Health System, Birmingham, AL. November 1998;XXIX(1):17-19.

Making a List…Checking it Twice.

Wanda G. Smith, BHS, HT(ASCP), Medical University of South Carolina. May 2002;XXXV(1):21.

Mercury’s Rising.

Vinnie Della Speranza, MS, HTL(ASCP), Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC, Dellav@musc.edu. May 2003;XXXVI(1):12.

Tissue Microarray Controls to Demonstrate Connective Tissue Components

Yan Cai*, Zhongqiu Guo*, Aruna Kola*, Hazel Dalton*, Mark Bailey*, Sharon LeBlanc+; *University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center School of Health Sciences, Program in Histotechnology; +Baylor College of Medicine, Breast Center, Houston, TX. December 2007;XL(2):28.

The Importance of Water Quality in the Histology Laboratory.

Estelle Riche, PhD*; Ethel Macrea, HT(ASCP)Q-IHC†; Wendy Lange, HT(ASCP)Q-IHC†; Stephane Mabic, PhD*; *Research & Development, Lab Water Division, Millipore, St-Quentin en Yvelines, France, †Southwest Skin Pathology Services, Tucson, AZ, USA. December 2008;XLI(2):21.

Simple Rapid Method for Manufacturing Recipient Block for Tissue Microarray

Salah Deeb, PhD; Khalid El-Nesr, PhD; Emad Mahdi, PhD; Department of Pathology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Beni-Sueif, Egypt; December 2009;XLII(2):30.

The Impact of Study Design and Implementation on Outcome Quality

Robert A. Skinner, BS, HTL(ASCP)*; Dong Sun, MD†; William R. Hogue*, Larry J. Suva, PhD*; * Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Center for Orthopaedic Research, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR; † Orthopedic Department of Southwest Hospital Third Military University Chongqing, P.R. China. June 2015; Vol. XLVII, No. 1

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