Hospital Tissue Management: A Practitioner’s Handbook, 1st Edition

  • ID: 2373619
  • Book
  • Region: Global
  • 215 Pages
  • AABB
1 of 3
Published jointly by AABB, the American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB) and the Eye Bank Association of America (EBAA), Hospital Tissue Management is developed by members of the AABB Tissue Committee, including representatives from all three organizations as well as The Joint Commission. This timely resource is intended as a consolidated quick reference for blood bankers, pathologists, operating room nurses, managers and other hospital staff adapting to new requirements for tissue handling.

Highlights:
- Transplant-transmitted disease.
- Supplier qualification.
- Guidelines for tissue preparation and storage.
- Centralization vs decentralization.
- Recalls.
- Regulatory requirements.
- Standards of the AABB, AATB, EBAA and The Joint Commission.
Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown
2 of 3
Foreword
1. INTRODUCTION
References
2. STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF A HOSPITAL TISSUE SERVICE
Introduction
Centralized Oversight Responsibility
Centralization of Functions
Documentation of Procedures
Ordering and Incoming Inspection
Storage
Recordkeeping and Ensuring Traceability
Inventory Management
Quality Assurance
References
3. OVERVIEW OF TISSUE TRANSPLANTATION IN THE UNITED STATES
Introduction
Patient Safety
Tracking Tissue Use
Conclusion
References
4. TRANSMISSION OF INFECTIONS AND MALIGNANCIES THROUGH TISSUE ALLOGRAFT TRANSPLANTATION
Background
Causes of Disease Transmission by Tissue Allograft: The Effects of Screening and Processing
The Spectrum of Infections Transmitted by
Tissue Transplantation
Emerging Infectious Diseases: New and
Unquantified Risks
Malignancy Transmission
Disease Transmission Prevention
Summary
References
5. GUIDELINES FOR SETTING MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR TISSUE SUPPLIERS
Overview
Vendor Qualification Criteria
Concerns of The Joint Commission
Hospital/End-User Qualification Requirements
AABB Standards: Supplier and Customer Issues
References
6. GUIDELINES FOR TISSUE PREPARATION IN THE OPERATING ROOM
Overview
Preparation for Use
Expectations for Recordkeeping Related
to Proper Tracking and Preparation
References
7. GUIDELINES FOR AUTOLOGOUS TISSUE STORAGE AND IMPLANTATION
Overview
Recommended Processes and Procedures
References
8. DECENTRALIZED VS CENTRALIZED HOSPITAL TISSUE SERVICES
Comparison of Models
Summary
9. REGULATORY OVERVIEW
Federal Laws and Regulations
State Laws and Regulations
References
10. AABB: BACKGROUND AND STANDARDS
Introduction
Application of AABB Standards to Tissue
Correlation with Other Standards
AABB Tissue-Related Standards
References
11. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF TISSUE BANKS: BACKGROUND AND STANDARDS
Introduction
Relevant AATB History
AATB Standards Intended to Assist Health-Care
Facilities
References
12. EYE BANK ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA: BACKGROUND AND STANDARDS
Introduction
Eye Bank Qualifications
Ocular Tissue Transplantations
Infectious Disease Transmission by Transplantations
Tissue Preparation in the Operating Room
Tracking Tissue
Investigating and Reporting Adverse Outcomes
Alternative Disposition of Tissue
Intended for Transplantation
References
13. THE JOINT COMMISSION: BACKGROUND AND STANDARDS
Introduction
History
The Joint Commission Standards for Tissues
References
14. REPORTING AND INVESTIGATING ALLOGRAFT-ASSOCIATED ADVERSE OUTCOMES
Introduction
Recognizing Suspected Adverse Events
The Physician’s Reporting Responsibilities
Investigation by the Hospital Tissue Service
Excluding Nosocomial and Community-
Acquired Infection
Cooperating with the Tissue Supplier
Investigation
Reporting Results of Adverse Event
Investigations
Summary
References
15. TISSUE RECALLS
Background
Initiation of a Recall
Response to a Recall
References
Appendix 1. “Crosswalk” For HCT/P-Related
Standards Of The AABB, AATB, EBAA, and
The Joint Commission
Appendix 2. Organizations Involved in
Tissue Management
Index
Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown
3 of 3

Loading
LOADING...

4 of 3
Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown
Adroll
adroll