Effects of a Peracetic Acid Disinfection Protocol on the Biocompatibility and Biomechanical Properties of Human Patellar Tendon Allografts

Patellar tendon allografts, retrieved from cadaveric human donors, are widely used for replacement of damaged cruciate ligaments. In common with other tissue allografts originating from cadaveric donors, there are concerns regarding the potential for disease transmission from the donor to the recipient. Additionally, retrieval and subsequent processing… CONTINUE READING