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In addition to storing material for anatomical examination, education, and training, 15 (41%) of establishments reported that they store relevant material for research studies ‘in connection with disorders, or the functioning of the human body’, another ‘scheduled purpose’ under the Human Tissue...
What is cryopreservation?Cryopreservation refers to freezing and storing at low temperatures.
The types of ‘relevant material’ being stored varies between establishments. The data shows us that there are also many different storage conditions, ranging from room temperature storage to frozen storage conditions.
Figure 1 illustrates the representative number of donated bodies received by anatomy establishments each year. All establishments that receive bodies reported that the number of bodies they receive each year is sufficient to undertake licensed activities and meet training needs.
The number of samples of relevant material varies between establishments; the establishment with the largest collection holds over 15 million samples, while several establishments hold less than 10 samples.
The graph provides information on the number of establishments that have different storage conditions ranging from room temperature storage to ultra-low frozen storage facilities. All establishments that store relevant material under critical conditions have temperature monitoring systems and...
This report provides updates on progress against a set of key performance indicators (KPIs) which collectively give an indication of the health of the business. The Authority monitors progress using a ‘traffic light’ system, whereby each indicator is assessed as red, amber or green.