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We use an IH-500.  If the reactions in the software have no discrepancies (from previous or within the current results, weak reactions, error codes, etc.) they will autovalidate to our LIS. 

Our LIS does not autoverify.  Those are always looked at before being released.

sandra

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On 4/14/2022 at 7:14 AM, AuntiS said:

We use an IH-500.  If the reactions in the software have no discrepancies (from previous or within the current results, weak reactions, error codes, etc.) they will autovalidate to our LIS. 

Our LIS does not autoverify.  Those are always looked at before being released.

sandra

We use the Immucor Echo and have it set up the same way.  No reason to look at it twice, but I definitely would not set it to autoverify.

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No here as well. Curious though, is there a standard or regulation that forbids autoverification in Blood Bank? I have always heard that it is not allowed in blood bank but why? Can someone point me to the standard? This question has come up where I work several times and I have always just said it is not allowed but can't say why.

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7 hours ago, jayinsat said:

No here as well. Curious though, is there a standard or regulation that forbids autoverification in Blood Bank? I have always heard that it is not allowed in blood bank but why? Can someone point me to the standard? This question has come up where I work several times and I have always just said it is not allowed but can't say why.

My impression (and experience) is that when instruments are initially set-up the system is not really trusted and everyone is more comfortable with manual verification. Over time change becomes harder, drops in priority and so manual verification becomes dogma. 

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