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At Restoreflow Allografts we understand your concerns and are pleased to inform you that we have a zero-incidence rate of allograft implant-associated diseases and infections.
The human body is known for its remarkable ability of resilience. While capable of all matters of growth, change, and recovery, there are times when this ability is pushed beyond our physical capacity and frequently requires professional or medical assistance. When this occurs and we are then informed by our surgeon that we will need a vascular tissue implant to fully recover we are often left with a number of questions regarding the health and safety of the allograft implant we will receive, particularly the possibility of transmitted diseases and infections.
We are passionate about your concerns and have some encouraging news. Vascular allograft tissue implants have been used successfully since the early 1960’s, with more than 1 million allografts used yearly for restorative transplantation. While the risk for transmitted diseases through transplantation is extremely low, newer Food and Drug Administration (FDA) tests, including nucleic acid testing (NAT), and the American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB) have established strict regulatory requirements to even further reduce the risks of transmitted diseases, including testing for diseases such as HIV, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and syphilis.
At Restoreflow Allografts we took these regulatory requirements as a foundational guideline and implemented our own 3 Stage Quality Control Plan, to better protect and validate patient recipients from disease transmission from our allograft tissue, including:
- A full comprehensive Donor Screening Process
- State-of-the-Art Allograft Tissue Laboratory Testing
- Advanced Allograft Tissue Preparation and Storage to ensure highest quality control
Going Beyond Industry Standards
In order to provide an additional layer of safety and reduction of disease transmission, we utilize an advanced technology known as the ISBT 128 Donor Coding/Labeling system, providing enhanced identification, information transference, and labeling of all our donated tissue.
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