Fully-functional database system enables institutions to track and manage human cadaver donations.
Researchers at the University of Central Florida’s College of Medicine have developed a customizable web-based application for managing cadaver donations and providing a registry of the Willed-Body Program. The Willed-Body Program enables residents of their respective states to donate their bodies to programs that educate and train physicians and other health professionals. With the UCF Anatomical Board Database, institutions can record donor and cadaver information, keep track of cadavers delivered to outside sources, and manage notifications to family or donor reimbursement recipients.
The Anatomical Board Database is a web-based application software system that the UCF College of Medicine uses to manage cadaver donations. The current system is built on the Microsoft .NET platform and runs on the Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) web server. The system can be easily customized and expanded to track and manage records for cadaver exchanges between partner institutions or to accommodate a national database of cadavers and donors used by multiple institutions.
- Standard x86 or x64 Intel computer hardware
- Microsoft Windows OS, Microsoft SQL Database and IIS web server
- Runs on standard Windows-based hardware and software
- Easy to use and navigate
- Reporting capabilities and user documentation available
- Anatomical regulatory boards and universities
- Body donor services
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