European Association of Tissue Banks Standards for Cryopreserved Cardiovascular Tissue Banking View Full Text


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DATE

2000-09

AUTHORS

Robert Parker, Charlie Hunt

ABSTRACT

The Cardiovascular Tissue Banking Standards are designed as an addition to the General Standards of the European Association of Tissue Banks to provide a minimum acceptable level for the donation, processing, storage, testing, labelling and distribution of cardiac tissue throughout Europe. The aim is that all heart valve banks in Europe should work to these Standards so that heart valves can be exchanged between countries without having to check the individual protocols of the donor processing facility. The writing of the Standards has been performed by the Heart Valve Council of EATB with input from cardiac surgeons. It is proposed that once the Standards are accepted they will form the document on which EATB may accredit tissue banks in the future and may form the basis on which National Legislation for Tissue Banking is based. More... »

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241-245

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1023/a:1026557718029

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15256951


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