ECM for Vascular Repair
ECM for Vascular Repair remodels into site-specific tissue and conforms to repair defects in peripheral vasculature.
ECM for Vascular Repair is used for repair or reconstruction of the peripheral vasculature including the carotid, renal, iliac, femoral and tibial blood vessels. ECM for Vascular Repair may be used for the closure of vessels, as a pledget, or for suture line buttressing when repairing vessels. ECM for Vascular Repair is hemostatic with minimal bleeding at suture lines1. It remodels into site-specific tissue and conforms to easily repair defects. Unlike synthetic or cross-linked materials, the elastic modulus approximates normal tissue. The ECM retains the natural extracellular matrix composition including collagen, growth factors and proteins.
- Remodels into site-specific tissue
- Less susceptible to infection than synthetic graft material2,3,4,5
- Handles similar to vein tissue6 and conforms to repair the defect
- Hemostatic with minimal bleeding at suture lines1
- Elastic modulus approximates normal tissue7
|CMCV-014-609*||1cm x 10cm||6-PLY|
|CMCV-012-606*||2cm x 10cm||6-PLY|
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- Stephen F. Badylak et al. Host protection against deliberate bacterial contamination of an extracellular matrix bioscaffold versus Dacron mesh in a dog model of orthopedic soft tissue repair. J Biomed Mater Res B Appl Biomater. 2003 Oct 15;67(1):648-54.
- Stephen F. Badylak et al. Comparison of the resistance to infection of intestinal submucosa arterial autografts versus polytetrafluoroethylene arterial prostheses in a dog model. J Vasc Surg. 1994 Mar;19(3):465-72.
- Daniel H. Shell, IV, et al. Comparison of Small-Intestinal Submuscosa and Expanded Polytetraflouroethylene as a Vascular Conduit in the Presence of Gram-Positive Contamination. Ann Surg. 2005 Jun;241(6):995-1001; discussion 1001-4.
- Jernigan et al. Small Intestinal Submucosa for Vascular Reconstruction in the Presence of Gastrointestinal Contamination. Ann Surg. 2004 May;239(5):733-8; discussion 738-40.
- Joseph J. DuBose et al. Utility of a tubularized extracellular matrix as an alternative conduit for arteriovenous fistula aneurysm repair. J Vasc Surg. 2016 Feb;63(2):446-52. doi: 10.1016/j.jvs.2015.08.105.
- R. Roeder et al. Compliance, elastic modulus, and burst pressure of small-intestine submucosa (SIS), small-diameter vascular grafts. J Biomed Mater Res. 1999 Oct;47(1):65-70.
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