We keep our options open and our systems complex!
Histopath moves in mysterious ways.
>>> [log in to unmask] 01/14/04 03:30pm >>>
... I thought you had just signed an all-iSoft contract...?
On Friday, Jan 9, 2004, at 15:52 Europe/London, Rick Jones wrote:
> Yes - we had seen this especially since we are just installing a Mysis
> Histopath system.
>>>> [log in to unmask] 01/09/04 09:42am >>>
> Read the 2003 MedWatch safety summary, including a link to the FDA/CDRH
> recall notice, at:
> Misys Healthcare Issues Domestic and International Recall of Misys
> Laboratory, a Laboratory Information System Software Device
> This is a revised version of FDA Press Release P03-79, issued on Oct.
> Corrections were made to the original version, which is now obsolete.
> Misys Healthcare Systems of Tucson, Ariz., is initiating a domestic and
> international recall of the Misys Laboratory software versions 5.2,
> 5.23 and
> 5.3. In some instances, these particular versions of this software have
> demonstrated a defect that could result in quality assurance filters
> flags not being included in the patient report used for the diagnosis
> treatment of a patient.
> To date no injuries have been reported in connection with this problem.
> has been made aware of the recall and is working with the company.
> The recalled products have been distributed to health care facilities
> throughout the world. Misys Healthcare Systems is notifying its
> and strongly advising that the health care institutions using this
> request the individual code correction package B-AUT-RAPID-LAB as soon
> Such requests should be made to the Misys Client Advocate at
> European clients may call 44 (0) 161 335 0562.