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Title Advances in tissue banking. Vol. 4 / editor-in-chief, G.O. Phillips
Published Singapore : World Scientific, [2000]
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Description 1 online resource (xviii, 381 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Series Advances in Tissue Banking ; v. 4
Advances in tissue banking.
Contents ADVANCES IN TISSUE BANKING; International Advisory Board; LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS; PREFACE; CONTENTS; 1 QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS IN TISSUE BANKING; 1. Introduction; 1.1. Structure of the ISO 9000 standard series; 1.2. The structure of the documentation; 2. The Quality Assurance Elements in Tissue Banking; 2.1. Element 1: Management responsibility; 2.2. Element 2: Quality system; 2.3. Element 3: Contract review; 2.4. Element 4: Design control; 2.5. Element 5: Document and data control; 2.6. Element 6: Purchasing; 2.7. Element 7: Control of customer-supplied product
2. Legislation in Finland3. Organisation of Bone Banks in Finland; 4. Donors and Procurement; 4.1. Massive allografts; Screening; 4.2. Femoral heads; Screening; 4.3. Screening of tissues harvested; 4.4. Research and educational training in the Tampere Bone Bank; 4.5. Histology of the femoral head grafts; 4.6. Retrieval technique of massive allografts; 4.7. Storage of allografts and record keeping; 5. Clinical Results and Complications; 5.1. The present clinical practice with bone allografts; 5.2. Femoral heads; 5.3. Massive grafts; 5.4. Immunology
2.20. Element 20: Statistical techniques3. Reflections on the ISO 9000 Standard Series from the Point of View of Tissue Banking (Conclusions); 4. Acknowledgement; 5. Bibliography; Chapter 2 INTERNATIONAL TISSUE BANKING; 2.1 RADIATION STERILISATION AND THE SURGICAL USE OF BONE ALLOGRAFTS IN ARGENTINA; 1. Introduction; 2. Establishment of a Human Tissue Bank Using Gamma Radiation for Sterilisation; 3. Bone Allograft Radiation Sterilisation; 4. Surgical Use of Irradiated Bone Allografts; 5. References; 2.2 BONE BANKING AND CLINICAL USE OF ALLOGRAFT BONE IN FINLAND; 1. Introduction
2.8. Element 8: Product identification and traceability2.9. Element 9: Process control; 2.10. Element 10: Inspection and testing; 2.11. Element 11: Control of inspection, measuring and test equipment; 2.12. Element 12: Inspection and test status; 2.13. Element 13: Control of non-conforming products; 2.14. Element 14: Corrective and preventive action; 2.15. Element 15: Handling, storage, packaging, preservation and delivery; 2.16. Element 16: Control of quality records; 2.17. Element 17: Internal quality audits; 2.18. Element 18: Training; 2.19. Element 19: Servicing
6. Discussion, Conclusions and Future Prospects7. Acknowledgements; 8. References; 2.3 FRENCH NATIONAL TISSUE BANKING ACTIVITY; 1. Introduction; 2. Materials and Methods; 3. Results; 3.1. National census; 3.2. Year-to-year changes in activity; 4. Discussion; 5. References; 2.4 THE DEVELOPMENT OF TISSUE BANKS IN INDONESIA; 1. Introduction; 2. Background; 3. New Centres; 4. Application of Amnion Membranes for Clinical Use; 5. Validation of Radiation Sterilisation Dose; 6. National Barrier to Tissue Donation and Transplantation; 7. References; 2.5 TISSUE BANKING IN SCOTLAND; 1. Introduction
Summary This series has now established itself as the leading publication on the multi-disciplinary subject of tissue banking. The high quality of the contributors and the broad coverage of the subject have continued in Volume 4. The material given in this volume is not presented anywhere else as systematically or as authoritatively. The essential feature in establishing confidence in the quality and safety of allografts is the manufacturing quality system utilised. This volume describes the most recent approach to good manufacturing control. Throughout the world, the old cottage approach to tissue bank
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Preservation of organs, tissues, etc.
Procurement of organs, tissues, etc.
Tissue banks.
Form Electronic book
Author Phillips, Glyn O.
ISBN 9789812792990 (electronic bk.)
9812792996 (electronic bk.)