Tuesday, October 17, 2017
Project co-funded by the European Commission in the framework of the 2nd Health Programme
Processing Minimize

32. Tissues must be processed in a grade A environment with at least a grade D background:

 

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To ensure adequate protection for the operator

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Because bacteria do not grow and proliferate in this environment

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To prevent environmental contamination and cross-contamination of the tissue

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To ensure maintenance of tissue viability

 

 

33. A processing environment should be classified using the following parameters:

 

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Particle counts and microbial counts

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Particle counts and, if the tissue is to be terminally sterilized, microbial counts

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Microbial counts only, if the environment is used for skin or cardiovascular tissue processing

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Temperature and humidity

 

 

34. If tissue is destined for terminal sterilization

 

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It can be processed in a grade A environment with an un classified background

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It can be processed in a grade D environment

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It can be processed in a grade C environment

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It should be processed in a grade A environment with a grade D background

 

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