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128. Fifty six items of advice were given against standard PFE3, which is the highest number of advice items compared to all other standards.
134. Two items of advice were provided against PFE4.
140. Thirteen items of advice were given against standard PFE5.
141. There should be routine maintenance and servicing of equipment, in accordance with the recommendations of the manufacturers.
149. Seventeen items of advice were given against standard D1.
150. The most frequent advice given to establishments was about ensuring that clinical waste is bagged separately from human tissue. It is not necessary for each tissue sample to be bagged and disposed of individually.
154. Nineteen items of advice were given against standard D2.
155. The majority of establishments were advised to consider updating their SOPs, as well as reviewing their current databases, to ensure that they accurately reflected the reason, date and method of disposal of all human...
What happens to the cord blood once it is collected? After the cord blood is collected, it is sent to the cord blood bank for processing, quality control testing, and storage. Processing procedures, quality control tests and storage procedures can vary from bank to bank.
The number of samples of ‘relevant material’ varies greatly between establishments. The establishment with the largest collection holds over six million samples, while several establishments hold fewer than 100 samples.
Codes of Practice
Our Codes of Practice and Standards provide practical guidance to professionals carrying out activities within the scope of the HTA’s remit.
All establishments licensed in our Anatomy, Post Mortem, Public Display and Research sectors are required to provide us with updates of licensing information and to complete a compliance questionnaire.