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Arkansas Lions Eye Bank & Laboratory
Arkansas was an early and eager participant in Lionism. Multiple District 7 was formed in 1918, one year after the first Lions Club was founded in Chicago.
Central New York Eye and Tissue Bank
Donation of human eyes and corneal tissue is necessary for the restoration and preservation of sight. Of the nearly 45,000 cornea transplant operations performed each year, over 90% successfully restore vision to persons suffering from corneal blindness. Almost anyone can be an eye donor-cataracts, prior ocular surgery, diabetes, glaucoma, cancer, poor eyesight, and age do not necessarily prohibit one from donating. One eye donor can help up to six eye transplant recipients.
Corneal Transplant IQ Center
Corneal Transplant IQ Center presents you with an ever changing and complex landscape of vendors, features, opportunities and challenges. Our editors hand select and present you with the most valuable white papers, cases studies and executive briefs.
Donor Network of Arizona
Donor Network of Arizona is the federally designated, not-for-profit, organ procurement organization for the state of Arizona and a tissue and eye recovery organization.
Florida Lions Eye Bank
The prospect of any eye surgery is very scary for most people. A cornea transplant, with its potential complications, can cause even more anxiety. But with some education about cornea surgery and the promise of saving or improving sight, you can look foreword the procedure with confidence and an excellent chance for success.
Georgia Eye Bank
Georgia Eye Bank is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1961. GEB, the exclusive provider of eye banking services in the state of Georgia, operates under strict ethical and professional standards.
Heartland Lions Eye Bank
Heartland Lions Eye Banks (HLEB) is a program of the Missouri Lions Eye Research Foundation, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation with the mission to preserve and restore sight.
Idaho Lions Eye Bank
Helping restore sight to those afflicted with corneal blindness and facilitating the wishes of humanitarian individuals who wish to donate their eyes upon death. Corneal transplants in Idaho are 99% successful. Anyone can be an eye donor. Age and eyesight is not a factor.
Illinois Eye-Bank Chicago
The Illinois Eye-Bank and the Illinois Eye-Bank, Watson Gailey are subsidiaries of Midwest Eye-Banks, a charitable, not-for-profit organization dedicated to the restoration of sight. We recover, evaluate and distribute human eye tissue for transplantation.
Kansas Eye Bank & Cornea Research Center
The Kansas Eye Bank & Cornea Research Center, Inc. is the only Kansas-based eye bank and is dedicated to giving one of the greatest gifts: the restoration of eyesight.
Life Point Inc
LifePoint is the designated Organ Procurement Organization (OPO) for organ recovery services in South Carolina, excepting Aiken and Edgefield counties.
Certified by the federal government, LifePoint is the designated Organ Procurement Organization (OPO) for organ recovery services in South Carolina, excepting Aiken and Edgefield counties.
Lion Eye Bank of Wisconsin
The first eye bank program in the State of Wisconsin to assist the medical community in regard to the need for ocular tissue for transplant began in 1953 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, through the Milwaukee Eye Bank.
Lions Eye Bank of Oregon
Lions Eye Bank of West Central Ohio
Lions Eye Institute for Transplant and Research Inc
Through the devotion of Lions Club members, the Lions Eye Institute for Transplant & Research was founded as an eye bank dedicated to the evaluation and distribution of eye tissue for transplantation. Over the past 30-plus years, our commitment has remained the same — an unwavering dedication to clinical excellence and a passion for providing care and service delivered with compassion and respect.
Medical Eye Bank of Maryland
TBI/Tissue Banks International is a non-profit, non-governmental network of eye and tissue banks and the largest provider of ocular tissue in the world. TBI started as a single eye bank in 1962, and has grown to a network that covers the United States and reaches around the globe.
The first successful cornea transplant was performed in Austria in 1905, decades before the invention of specialized equipment, tissue storage media and procedures that are today considered indispensable elements in the provision of transplantable eye tissue.
Minnesota Lions Eye Bank
The Minnesota Lions Eye Bank serves the community by providing donor eye tissue for transplant, research, and teaching and by promoting donation through education.
Northeast Pennsylvania Lions Eye Bank
The Northeast Pennsylvania Lions Eye Bank was founded in 1957 by a committed group of local Lions Club members. Early Eye Bank volunteers enlisted the help of area police to transport donated eye tissue from funeral homes to area hospitals for use in corneal transplantation.
OCT IQ Center
Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a non-invasive, non-contact diagnostic imaging technology that provides high resolution cross-sections of various parts of the eye including the optic nerve, retina and irido-corneal angle. The OCT IQ Center from Optometric Management will help you answer your questions about OCT and help identify the most appropriate OCT technology for your practice.
Ocular Systems Inc
Ocular Systems helps patients regain the fullness of life by helping doctors improve surgical outcomes for eye injury and disease. We do this by delivering innovative surgical solutions used by ophthalmologists during surgery.
Old Dominion Eye Foundation
ODEF coordinates events from the time of a donor's death to the transplantation of corneal or scleral tissue. We are a receiving, processing, research and distribution center for donated human eye tissue.
Rocky Mountain Lions Eye Bank
Lions clubs have long been active in service to the blind and visually impaired and began providing support for eye banks for more than 60 years ago. Today, there are Lions eye banks in 13 countries. Through the dedication and commitment of Lions, thousands of men, women and children have received the "gift of sight."
San Antonio Eye Bank
The eye bank has become a pioneer and leader in providing eye banking services to patients, surgeons, hospitals, and corneal transplant centers throughout South Texas.
San Diego Eye Bank
The San Diego Eye Bank is a non-profit corporation committed to the restoration and preservation of sight. It is the largest eye bank in California.
SightLife is the only non-profit global health organization and eye bank solely focused on eliminating corneal blindness in the U.S. and around the world. Driven by an entrepreneurial spirit as an eye bank, the organization leverages innovative technologies and best business practices to transform lives and unlock life's possibilities for the corneal blind. SightLife works in partnership with surgeons and health organizations in more than 30 countries and SightLife and its partners combined provided more than 10,000 corneas for transplant in 2011.
South Dakota Lions Eye Bank
The South Dakota Lions Eye & Tissue Bank (SDLETB) is a charitable 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our function is solely for the benefit of society. As an eye bank and tissue bank, the SDLETB is the only eye tissue recovery, evaluation, and distribution organization located in South Dakota. Along with eye bank services, we are also a tissue bank providing full donation services.
The Alabama Eye Bank
The Alabama Eye Bank has the unique job of helping victims of corneal blindness find sight. As the only Eye Bank in Alabama, we're available 24 hours a day to respond when a healthcare facility, such as a hospital, calls to say a donor or their family decided to provide the Gift of Sight.
The Eye Bank of North Carolina
The mission of The North Carolina Eye Bank is to recover, process and distribute ocular tissue for the restoration of sight through corneal transplantation and related medical therapy and research.
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