ARCTS

AcronymDefinition
ARCTSAmerican Red Cross Tissue Services (tissue bank)
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Henry Korent, vice president of ARCTS, said the sale of the assets will allow the American Red Cross to operate "more effectively and efficiently."
ARCTS has recovered tissues from more than 2,000 donors annually, distributing approximately 100,000 tissue allografts in the US.
ARCTS was established in 1984 to meet the growing need for human tissue for transplantation and now serves the American public through the provision of bone, connective tissue, skin and cardiovascular tissue.
When a doctor, nurse or purchasing agent from a hospital calls ARCTS, he or she wants to be connected quickly to a knowledgeable representative who can respond quickly; voice mail is not a good alternative.