Never forget blood in the centrifuge again

Never forget blood in the centrifuge again

Busy day at the veterinary clinic? Use this tip to stay on track.
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Mar 01, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

Ever have one of those busy, crazy days where you've left blood inside your centrifuge? We have a sign in a plastic sleeve that we sit on top of the centrifuge machine or Velcro to the wall behind the machine. Our double coverage technician, who is the second technician assigned to the doctor, likes this because she can finish up where the last technician ended. When the centrifuge is free of tubes, we store the sign out of sight.

—Kim Fish, practice manager
Seville Animal Hospital
Seville, Ohio

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