CorMatrix® ECM® for Vascular Repair
CorMatrix® ECM® for Vascular Repair remodels into site-specific tissue and conforms to repair defects in peripheral vasculature.
CorMatrix® ECM® for Vascular Repair is used for repair or reconstruction of peripheral vasculature including the carotid, renal, iliac, femoral and tibial blood vessels. CorMatrix® ECM® for Vascular Repair may be used for closure of vessels, as a pledget, or for suture line buttressing when repairing vessels. CorMatrix® 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. CorMatrix® 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
- CorMatrix® handles similar to vein tissue and conforms to repair the defect
- Hemostatic with minimal bleeding at suture lines1
- Unlike synthetic or cross-linked materials, the elastic modulus approximates normal tissue
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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.
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