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Troy A Roberson, Jeffrey T Abildgaard, Douglas J Wyland, Paul C Siffri, Stephen P Geary, Richard J Hawkins, John M Tokish
BACKGROUND: The processing of allograft tissues in anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction continues to be controversial. While high-dose irradiation of grafts has received scrutiny for high failure rates, lower dose irradiation and "proprietary-based" nonirradiated sterilization techniques have become increasingly popular, with little in the literature to evaluate their outcomes. Recent studies have suggested that the specifics of allograft processing techniques may be a risk factor for higher failure rates...
February 1, 2017: American Journal of Sports Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23331873/enhancing-the-tissue-donor-pool-through-donation-after-death-in-the-field
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Adam M Shiroff, Stephen C Gale, Mark A Merlin, Jessica S Crystal, Matt Linger, Anar D Shah, Erin Beaumont, Elie Lustiger, Erica Tabakin, Vicente H Gracias
INTRODUCTION: Tissue transplantation is an important adjunct to modern medical care and is used daily to save or improve patient lives. Tissue allografts include bone, tendon, corneas, heart valves and others. Increasing utilization may lead to tissue shortages, and tissue procurement organizations continue to explore ways to expand the cadaveric donor pool. Currently more than half of all deaths occur outside the acute care setting. HYPOTHESIS: Many who suffer prehospital deaths might be eligible for non-organ tissue donation...
April 2013: Prehospital and Disaster Medicine
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