Experts say that exposure of women’s pap-tests to contaminants, influences the final results of medical examinations.
They say the results of these tests must be within approximately 15 days to not affect the diagnosis.
These tests include samples of blood, bacteria and fungi to be displayed or under unfavorable conditions may produce other microorganisms.
The Ombudsman insists that the problem is not just a lack of professionals, but is due to mismanagement Cytology Center.
The CCSS says they need time to process the prey of these tests. Also ensure that they are now by investing in resources such as extra time to solve the problem.
In addition the Defense insists that the solution of this problem requires immediate action because it compromises the health of many women.