Oční tkáňová banka Praha Vinohrady, z.ú.

Šrobárova 2112/73 130 00 Praha 3

(+420) 720 070 515

info@eyebankprague.cz

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ABOUT US


Oční tkáňová banka Praha Vinohrady, z.ú. (also caled: EYE BANK PRAGUE), Registation/Authorisation NO: 067 18 108 is a newly created non-governmental, non-profit organization, built on solid foundations and long-term professional experience of its employees. The tissue establishment was in compliance with the provision of § 18 of Act No. 296/2008 Coll. on the Quality and Safety of Human Tissues and Cells for Human Use and on Amendments to Related Acts (Human Tissues and Cells Act), as amended by the State Institute for Drug Control on July 9, 2018, authorized activities in the scope of retrieval, processing, evaluation, preservation, releasing and distributing human eye tissues (cornea, lamella, sclera, eyeball only for further processing) for transplant surgery.


The Institute proceeds in accordance with the legal regulations governing the provision of health care and services and the procedures according to the relevant provisions of the Civil Code in the sense of Act No. 285/2002 Coll., As amended by Act No. 44/2013 Coll. (Transplantation Act), on the donation of tissue and organ transplants and transplants and on the amendment of some laws, Decree 115/2013 Coll. o Specialized competence of medical professionals conducting an examination confirming the death irreversibility for the purpose of collectionÿf ቐɄssues or organs intended for transplantation by Decree No. 372/2017 Coll., on the details of the scope and content of the mandatory data to the National Registry of Persons Disagreeing with the Postponing of Tissue and Act No. 296/2008 Coll., on the Quality Assurance and Safety of Human Tissues for Cells for Human Use and on Amendments to Related Acts (hereinafter "the Act") and Decree No. 422/2008 Coll.to ensure the quality and safety of human tissues and cells for human use.

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GDPR / Privacy Policy

Eye bank Prague Vinohrady ensure compliance with GDPR's procedures and rules for the processing of personal sensitive data and has put in place appropriate technical and organizational measures to process only personal data that are necessary for the specific purpose of the processing and made available to a limited number of individuals to meet general the Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and protected the rights of entities.



Eye Bank Director/ Responsible Person

Chief Consultant in Ophthalmology/ Responsible Person

Ophthalmopathologist, Chief Medical Consultant


Office, Administration

Eye Bank Cell / Answering machine






TISSUE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES



TISSUE DESCRIPTION

PKP CORNEA / HYPOTHERMIC STORAGE

Description:

17mm diameter corneoscleral graft with a 3mm scleral rim, obtained from donors according to the criteria of Czech legislation and in accordance with the standards of the European Eye Bank Association. Tissue is placed in a storage medium, examined by slit lamp and specular microscopy, provided with a unique code (SINGLE EUROPEAN CODE/ISBT 128), serologically and CJD tested with negative result, suitable for full thickness transplantation.

SCLERA WHOLE GRAFT IN ETHANOL

Description:

The graft consists of the entire human sclera, stored in ethanol. Sclera is obtained from donors according to the criteria of Czech legislation and in accordance with the standards of the European of the Eye Bank Association. After collection, it is cleared of other contents (vitreous, iris, choridea and retinal tissue and adnexa, muscle residues, conjunctiva), completely placed in an antibiotic, bath, dried and placed in a sterile primary container with 50 ml of absolute ethanol utilized for scleral patches, eyelid surgery or for reconstructive implantation, provided with a unique code (SINGLE EUROPEAN CODE/ISBT 128), serologically and CJD tested with negative result. Expiration 1 year from the time of preparation.


SCLERA HALF GRAFT IN ETHANOL

Description:

The graft is made up of half human sclera (Half shaped) The graft consists of the half shaped human sclera, stored in ethanol. Sclera is obtained from donors according to the criteria of Czech legislation and in accordance with the standards of the European of the Eye Bank Association. After collection, it is cleared of other contents (vitreous, iris, choroidal and retinal tissue and adnexa, muscle residues, conjunctiva), completely placed in an antibiotic, bath, dried, cut and placed in a sterile primary container with 50 ml of absolute ethanol utilized for scleral patches, eyelid surgery or for reconstructive implantation, provided with a unique code (SINGLE EUROPEAN CODE/ISBT 128), serologically and CJD tested with negative result. Expiration 1 year from the time of preparation.

SCLERA QUARTER GRAFT IN ETHANOL

Description:

The graft is made up of quarter shaped human sclera. The graft consists of the quarter shaped human sclera, stored in ethanol. Sclera is obtained from donors according to the criteria of Czech legislation and in accordance with the standards of the European of the Eye Bank Association. After collection, it is cleared of other contents (vitreous, iris, choroidal and retinal tissue and adnexa, muscle residues, conjunctiva), completely placed in an antibiotic, bath, dried, cut and placed in a sterile primary container with 50 ml of absolute ethanol utilized for scleral patches, eyelid surgery or for reconstructive implantation, provided with a unique code (SINGLE EUROPEAN CODE/ISBT 128), serologically and CJD tested with negative result. Expiration 1 year from the time of preparation.

DSEAK LAMELLAE (CORNEA|Anterior and posterior layers|Hypothermic storage|Microkeratome)

Description:

Corneoscleral tissue pre-cut with a microkeratome - semiautomatic method, graft consists of cornea with scleral rim, front layers is cut off and tilted back to protects back thin lamella formed by endothelium, Descemet membrane and portion of stromal layer. Tissue is placed in a storage medium, examined by slit lamp, specular microscopy and OCT, provided with a unique code (SINGLE EUROPEAN CODE/ISBT 128), serologically and CJD tested with negative result, utilized for endothelial lamellar keratoplasty surgery.


DALK LAMELLAE (CORNEA|Anterior and posterior layers|Hypothermic storage|Microkeratome)

Description:

Description and method of preparation as for DSAEK product, to use the front part only, with measured part of stroma, utilized for optical, therapeutic, tectonic and refractive lamellar keratoplasty surgeries.

UDSAEK LAMELLAE (CORNEA|Anterior and posterior layers|Hypothermic storage|Microkeratome) ≤100UM

Description:

The graft is formed by a cornel-scleral tissue, the front layer of the cornea is precut by microkeratome aiming for a central thickness of ≤100µm. Until use in the OR the front flap shall protect thin lamellae formed by endotel, descemet membrane and thin layer of stroma.

PRELOADED DSEAK IN CARTRIDGE

Description:

Corneoscleral tissue pre-cut with a microkeratome - semiautomatic method, graft consists back thin lamella formed by endothelium, Descemet membrane and portion of stromal layer, placed in a transplant cartridge. Tissue is examined by slit lamp, specular microscopy and OCT, provided with a unique code (SINGLE EUROPEAN CODE/ISBT 128), serologically and CJD tested with negative result.

DMEK LAMELLAE (CORNEA|Posterior layer|Right|Hypothermic storage|Manual dissection)

Description:

The graft consists of a cornea with a scleral collar, the basal Descemet membrane with an endothelial layer is removed manually and applied back, fixed only at the periphery of the edge, place of fixation is marked by points on the scleral edge. DMEK graft is placed in a cornea viewing chamber containing medium, examined by slit lamp, specular microscopy and OCT, provided with a unique code (SINGLE EUROPEAN CODE/ISBT 128), serologically and CJD tested with negative result, utilized for endothelial keratoplasty.




PRELOADED DMEK IN CARTRIDGE (CORNEA|Posterior layer|Right|Hypothermic storage|Manual dissection)

Description:

The graft consists of a manually prepared basal Descemet membrane with endothelial layer, inserted into a transplant cartridge.



Adverse Reaction Form

Tissue request form




CURRENT LAW



Act 285/2002 Coll.

transplantation Act

Act 296/2008 Coll. of human tissues and cells

Act 372/2011 Coll. on health services



Decree 114/2013 Coll.

Quality and Safety

Annual Report EBP 2021

Decree 434/2004 Coll.

a registry of people disagree with postmortem donation





NROD National register of persons opposed to the post-mortem withdrawal of tissues and organs: www.kst.cz/o-transplantacich/narodni-registr-osob-nesouhlasicich-s-posmrtnym-odberem-tkani-a-organu

According to the Act (No. 285/2002 Coll. On donation, collection and transplantation of tissues) the principle of presumed consen anyone can become a potential organ and tissue donor after death. Exceptions are those who have expressed unambiguous written disagreement with donation during their lifetime. The National Register of Persons Disagreeing with Post-mortem Tissue and Organ Collection (NROD)is administered by the Institute of Health Information of the Czech Republic. The disagreement must contain some essential elements and data provided by law. To form a disagreement, a simple form was created that includes: data on a person disagreeing with postmortem collection of tissues and organs data on the extent of disagreement, possible subsequent cancellation of previously expressed disagreement data on a potential legal representative (in the case of "non-legal persons" ) place, date, time and signature of the disagreeing person. More: www.nrod.cz/







Education



08/2018 Training of involved collaborators/Eye Bank Tour

10/2018 Training of involved persons in a contractual hospital

01/2019 EEBA Annual Meeting - Rotterdam

02/2019 Training of technicians DSAEK, DMEK, SCLERA processing

05/2019 Annual training for drivers in OTB PV

05/2019 OTB PV Open Door Day / Training of involved persons/Eye Bank Tour

08/2019 Training of technicians DSAEK, DMEK, SCLERA processing

18. 9. - 19. 9. 2019, IPVZ Praha, 3rd Course for GDPR Commissioner in Healthcare

16 - 18 October 2019, Leiden, the Netherlands, 28TH Congress of European Association of Tissue and Cell Banks (EATCB)

24 October 2019, Brussel, Belgium, Final Conference of The European Cornea and Cell Transplantation Registry (ECCTR)

12/06/2019, Prague, ČSRKCH (Czech Society for cataract and refractive surgeons) Cornea Day

16 - 18 January 2020 Hannover - Germany, XXXII ANNUAL MEETING OF THE EUROPEAN EYE BANK ASSOCIATION

Czech Transplant Society Congress, Špindlerův Mlýn - postponed due to CoronaVirus

Mary Jane Fellowship - The Eye-Bank for Sight Restoration, New York - postponed to 2021

28.4.2020 Webinar on "Tissue donation from deceased donors during the COVID-19 pandemic

June 17th -20th, 2020 EBAA Annual Meeting, Dallas, Texas - only VIRTUAL

June 6th, 2020: NIIOS Cornea Evening – Live Online

July 1st, 2020: THE EUROPEAN DIRECTORATE FOR THE QUALITY OF MEDICINES & HEALTHCARE WEBINAR: KEEP CALM AND USE YOUR QMS TO CARRY ON – TISSUE BANKING IN THE NEW NORMALITY

July 29-30th, 2020: 2 day training programme for contractual healthcare personnel

September 17.-19th, 2020 XXVIII. Annual Congress of the Czech Ophthalmological Society ČLS JEP - hybrid online form

October 3, 2020 Foresight 2020, an international half-day virtual scientific workshop

21st November 2020 - 4:00 PM NIIOS Cornea Evening - Live Online

2nd December 2020 - IPVZ - Webinar for Commissioners for Personal Data Protection in Healthcare

March 11th 2021 - EuCornea Educational Webinar - "COVID-19 and Corneal Grafting"

May 29th 2021 - NIIOS Cornea Evening - Live Online

June 8, 2021 - June 18, 2021 - 2021 EBAA Annual Meeting, Online (Virtual Event)

14 October 2021 - Foresight 2021 – Working with Industry

24 September 2021 - 14:00 – 15:00 - Upside-Down DMEK Harvesting Techniques, Moria Surgical Online

September 30st – October 2nd, 2021 - Prague, Czech Society of Ophthalmology Annual Congress

Global Alliance of Eye Banks 11/18/2021 Restoring Sight Worldwide: A Global Update on Eye Banking

January 2022: European Technical Education Course, The European Eye Bank Association (EEBA) and the Eye Bank Association of America (EBAA)

3rd - 5th March 2022, XXXIII Annual Meeting of the European Eye Bank Association (EEBA 2022), a virtual event

May 24 - May 30, 2022, Mary Jane O’Neill Fellowship - The Eye-Bank for Sight Restoration, New York, USA

June 1, 2022 - June 4, 2022, EBAA 2022 Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD








CONTACT US



Oční tkáňová banka Praha Vinohrady, z.ú.

Company identification No: 067 18 108

registered in the register of institutes maintained by the Municipal Court in Prague, file number section U, file 651
date of entry on 5 January 2018
EORI registration No: CZ06718108

Šrobárova 2112/73 130 00 Praha 3

+420 720 070 515

info@eyebankprague.cz



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