Stephen B Gordon

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The reconstruction and repair of large bone defects, resulting from trauma, cancer or metabolic disorders, is a major clinical challenge in orthopaedics. Clinically available biological and synthetic grafts have clear limitations that necessitate the development of new graft materials and/or strategies. Human mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs), obtained from the(More)
Clerical and administrative errors are the most common mistakes in blood banking, with errors of sample or patient identification accounting for the majority of mistakes. In an effort to reduce the incidence of human errors, three automated donor-recipient identification systems were developed and were evaluated under clinical conditions. After two years of(More)
The initial phase of a computerized on-line donor processing system was developed and demonstrated at the American National Red Cross, Washington Regional Donor Center and at bloodmobile operations. It was used for entry of donor registration information and for screening donors early in the donation procedure against a list of deferred donors. This(More)
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