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Comparison of Endothelial Cell Measurements by Two Eye Bank Specular Microscopes

Transitioning from PK to DMEK in a Public Hospital in Southern Brazil: First Series of 24 Consecutive Cases


Letter from the Editor

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EBAA Major Guidance and Standards Changes


EBAA Major Guidance and Standards Changes

HCT/P Case Presentations: Adverse Reactions and Product Deviations

Terminal Sterilization: One Eye Bank’s Experience

Manufacturing Arrangements: Industry Compliance

EBAA Major Guidance and Standards Changes


Jennifer Y. Li, MD


As stated in the introduction of the standards themselves, the Eye Bank Association of America (EBAA) Medical Standards were developed to maintain acceptable levels of quality, proficiency and ethics in the handling of ocular tissue for transplantation.1 They serve as the minimal standards for any and all eye bank functions including recovery, processing, storage, tissue evaluation, donor eligibility determination and distribution. They are reviewed at least annually by the EBAA Medical Advisory Board (MAB) and revised as necessary.

The purpose of this article is to review some of the major changes to the EBAA Medical Standards over the past few years.

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