DermaSpan™ Acellular Dermal Matrix

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DermaSpan Acellular Dermal Matrix is carefully processed to offer biocompatibility as well as biomechanical strength. DermaSpan ACD can be used in various practices, including orthopedics, plastic surgery, and general surgery, for repair and replacement of damaged or inadequate integumental tissue (wound coverage). DermaSpan ACD can also be used for supplemental support, protection, reinforcement, or covering of tendon. 

Through a unique, proprietary process DermaSpan Acellular Dermal Matrix is supplied sterile (SAL-10)6.

Histology studies have shown Precision Dose Sterilization allows the graft to be sterilized while maintaining integrity.1

  • Acellular dermal matrix derived from allograft human skin2
  • Infiltrated by host tissue in animal studies1
  • Consistent size and thickness
  • Sterile 
  1. Tissue Banks International. Histological investigations of recellularization, revascularization, adhesions and other factors in three animal models of Tissue banks Internationals sterile human acellular dermal allograft. April 27, 2010. Animal studies are not necessarily indicative of clinical performance.
  2. Richters, C. D., A. Pirayesh, H. Hoeksema, E. W. A. Kamperdijk, R. W. Kreis, R. P. Dutrieux, S. Monstrey, and M. J. Hoekstra. “Development of a Dermal Matrix from Glycerol Preserved Allogeneic Skin.” Cell and Tissue Banking 9.4 (2008): 309-15. Print.

 

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