No-brainerDecember 16 2008 at 10:15 PM
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Response to location of procedures
It logically occurs to me that if the size of the mortuary's prep room is too small to do things correctly (and I have heard elsewhere that it is too small, but no reasons why it is too small to do things correctly), then if CI wants to continue with this service provider, they should fund them to build on the needed space.
In another post, Ettinger seems to concur with me "Meanwhile, moving a patient from the mortuary to CI is a short trip with continuing cool-down." Of course, I doubt that he has actually participated in the process, since the time CI was prevented from using their own OR for cryopres.
I have heard that Ben Best does not think well of their current situation, and wonder if he would comment on how much of an inconvenience it really is, and if it is worse than that, what and why.
- Build? - Charles Platt on Dec 17, 2008, 2:05 AM