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Australian code of GMP for human blood and tissues (2000)
To meet the requirements of the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989, blood and tissue banks must meet the requirements of the Manufacturing Principles, which reference the Australian Code of Good Manufacturing Practice - Human Blood and Tissues.
- Key interpretations from the Act
- Quality system
- Personnel and training
- Buildings and facilities
- Control of materiel
- Donor selection, donation and testing
- Process control
- Storage, packaging and transport
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