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Author: Glyn O Phillips,D Michael Strong,R Von Versen
ISBN: 9810242875
Subcategory: Medicine
Pages 404 pages
Publisher World Scientific Pub Co Inc (June 1, 2000)
Language English
Category: Medical Books
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by Glyn O Phillips,D Michael Strong,R Von Versen


Throughout the world, the old cottage approach to tissue banking is being abandoned, mainly due to the insistence by regulatory authorities .

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This book, or more correctly this series, is highly recommended to all practitioners, nurses, scientists and administrators in the field of tissue banking. This series should be on the shelf of every tissue bank in addition to their books of procedures and references

This book, or more correctly this series, is highly recommended to all practitioners, nurses, scientists and administrators in the field of tissue banking. This series should be on the shelf of every tissue bank in addition to their books of procedures and references. Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery.

O. Phillips, D. Michael Strong, R. Von Versen. 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.

Authors and affiliations. First Online: 30 June 2017. This issue is dedicated to the contributions of Professor Glyn O. Phillips to the field of tissue banking and the advancement of science in general. His advocacy resulted in multiple workshops and teaching opportunities in a variety of countries, one of which led to the establishment of the Asia Pacific Surgical Tissue Banking Association in 1989 (Phillips and Strong, in Phillips GO, Strong DM, von Versen R, Nather A (eds) Advances in tissue banking, vol 3. World Scientific, Singapore, pp 403–417, 1999).

Advances in Tissue Banking is the first authoritative publication to encompass this interdisciplinary field, which is now providing hundreds of thousands of tissue grafts for transplant surgery every year worldwide (400,000 grafts in the USA alone annually).

Published by World Scientific Pub Co Inc (1999). ISBN 10: 981023872X ISBN 13: 9789810238728.

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 banking is being abandoned, mainly due to the insistence by regulatory authorities that the procedures should be standardised and rigorous infection control applied. The experience in a number of countries is described in this volume, giving the reader quick access to developments in Argentina, Finland, Indonesia, Scotland and France. These represent a geographical and cultural spread of the developments.A balance needs to be struck between the use of allografts and of bone substitutes, depending on the clinical condition and the availability of grafts in a particular situation. The subject areas — such as mandibular reconstruction, spinal surgery, surgery and reconstruction of bone tumours and acetabular revision — covered in this volume demonstrate the universality of this technique. The use of allografts for the repair of knee ligaments has been and remains a controversial subject. The contributions on this subject will surely be an important and positive addition to this debate.