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Section 1 General Info

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Name of the cord blood bank: Vita 34 Gesellschaft für Zelltransplantate mbH
Number of cord blood units the cord blood bank plans to store for public use (unrelated patients):


Section 2 Cord Blood Units in Inventory

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Current processing method(s):
Plasma and RBC reduced (automatic)checktrue
Plasma reduction onlycheckfalse
Plasma and RBC reduced (manual)checkfalse
RBC reduction onlycheckfalse
Total Nucleated Cell Count (x10E7) of your cord blood units stored for Unrelated Patients (Public Use).
< 125 : 2000
125 - 149 : 100
150 - 199 : 30
200 - 250 : 0
> 250 : 0


Section 3 Cord Blood Collection

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Current practice for collecting cord blood: In-utero
Current antiseptic: Alcohol
Collection bag: Single needle
Agitation during collection: None


Section 4 Conditioning and transport from Collection Centre to cord blood bank

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Secondary bag used by the cord blood bank (sealed, plastic bag or similar to avoid any leakage): yes
Transport conditions:
Insulating transport containerchecktrue
Active refrigeration systemcheckfalse
Passive refrigeration system (gel, blocks)checkfalse
Electronic temperature probechecktrue
Non-electronic temperature probecheckfalse
Qualified transporterchecktrue
Unqualified transportercheckfalse
Air transportchecktrue
Ground transportchecktrue
Other, checkfalse
Temperature range for storage and transportation of fresh product: Defined (above +8°C)


Section 5 Evaluation

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Pre-processing Evaluation:
Current threshold for accepting a cord blood unit for public use in the cord blood bank:
Net weight in grams (excluding bag and anticoagulant) before processing < 25 grams
TNC (10E7) before processing < 125
Viability CD45 positive cells (%) < 70%
Viability CD45 positive cells (method) Acridin Orange
Viability CD34 positive cells (%)
Viability CD34 positive cells (method) 7AAD
Criteria that are completed before accepting a cord blood unit for public use in the cord blood bank:
Medical Historychecktrue
Collection Reportchecktrue
Informed Consentchecktrue
Maternal IDM resultschecktrue
Temperature and integrity of the bagchecktrue
Other, checkfalse
Used method for CD34 enumeration:
The cord blood banks uses external proficiency testing for QC of the cord blood banks FACS lab: yes
The cord blood bank performs post processing/pre-freeze CD34 cell count: yes
Acceptable time from collection to processing: 24-48H


Section 6 Processing-Packaging

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The pre-freeze processing method(s) cord blood bank uses at any stage in time:
AXPchecktrue
SEPAXchecktrue
Optipresscheckfalse
Prepacytecheckfalse
Manual- plasma and red cell reductioncheckfalse
RBC/plasma reduction with HEScheckfalse
Ficoll sedimentationcheckfalse
Centrifugation and volume reductioncheckfalse
No processingcheckfalse
Manual- plasma reduction onlycheckfalse
Other, storage of whole bloodchecktrue
The current pre-freeze processing method(s):
AXPchecktrue
SEPAXchecktrue
Optipresscheckfalse
Prepacytecheckfalse
Manual- plasma and red cell reductioncheckfalse
RBC/plasma reduction with HEScheckfalse
Ficoll sedimentationcheckfalse
Centrifugation and volume reductioncheckfalse
No processingcheckfalse
Manual- plasma reduction onlycheckfalse
Other, storage of whole bloodchecktrue
Additives currently in use in addition to anticoagulants and DMSO during processing:
HEScheckfalse
Prepacytecheckfalse
Plasmalytecheckfalse
Albumincheckfalse
Isotonic salt solution NaCl (saline)checkfalse
No additivecheckfalse
Other, checkfalse
Cryoprotectant additives currently in use: DMSO
Cryopreservation method currently in use:
BioArchivecheckfalse
MVE 1850 Vapor freezercheckfalse
Programmed cryopreservation with Air Liquid program (FREEZAL)checkfalse
Programmed freezerchecktrue
Two-step (equilibrium) freezingcheckfalse
Cryobag currently in use:
Currently used packaging when a unit is stored: Metal canister
Segments currently stored with the unit by the cord blood bank:
One attached segmentcheckfalse
Two or more attached segmentscheckfalse
Separate segments detached from the bag, but stored with the CBUcheckfalse
Other samplescheckfalse
Nonecheckfalse


Section 7 Testing

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Does your cord blood bank currently store extra material?
Cord blood DNAcheckfalse
Cord blood material for DNA extractioncheckfalse
Plasma/cord bloodcheckfalse
Maternal DNAcheckfalse
Maternal material for DNA extractioncheckfalse
Maternal plasma/serumcheckfalse
HLA typing at time of listing:
HLA-A
HLA-B
HLA-C
HLA-DRB1
HLA-DRB2
HLA-DPB1


Section 8 Storage

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The following type(s) of storage container is currently used by the cord blood bank:
BioArchive tankcheckfalse
Conventional storage tank-Vapor phasecheckfalse
Conventional tank-Liquid phasecheckfalse
Double walled liquid Nitrogencheckfalse
Type following type(s) of storage monitoring is currently by the cord blood bank:
Alarm on individual tanks onlycheckfalse
Centralized system-localcheckfalse
Centralized system-remote monitoringcheckfalse
LN2 levelcheckfalse
Lid openingcheckfalse
System defaultcheckfalse
Temperature monitoringcheckfalse
No temperature monitoringcheckfalse


Section 9 Adverse Events Reporting

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Adverse Event Reporting used by the cord blood bank:
Competent authoritychecktrue
Internal reportcheckfalse
National registrycheckfalse
Transplant centrechecktrue
WMDAcheckfalse

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