AlloMend offers new soft tissue repair possibilities  |  August 19, 2013

AlloSource, one of the nation’s largest and most respected tissue banks, recently introduced a new allograft, AlloMend Acellular Dermal Matrix (ADM). It  can be used in a broad range of soft tissue surgical procedures including hernia repair and post-mastectomy reconstruction.

AlloMend ADM is created by removing viable cellular elements from donated human skin, leaving a collagen elastin matrix behind. Upon transplantation, the recipient’s own cells infiltrate and repopulate this scaffold to begin the revascularization process.

AlloSource processes AlloMend ADM with an exclusive tissue cleansing process that leaves no harmful residuals behind. AlloSource says AlloMend ADM is a new way to maximize the gift of life from tissue donors, and expects the allograft to bring the benefits of regenerative medicine to more patients in need.

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