The only sterile, room temperature Human Dermis Augmentation Graft on the market.
Matrix HD is the first dermis graft offered by RTI Biologics, Inc. (RTI). Matrix HD is acellular human dermis processed using Tutoplast Sterilization Process. The dermis is collagenous connective tissue with three-dimensional intertwined fibers that retain the multidirectional and
mechanical properties of native dermis. It supports cellular revascularization and repopulation by the host tissue.
Features & Benefits of the Matrix HD:
Highly Organized = Collagen Scaffold (Derived from Human Dermis / Acellular). The dermis is collagenous
connective tissue with three-dimensional intertwined fibers that retain the multidirectional and mechanical properties of native dermis (Natural Tissue Architecture).
Tissue Stabilization = Resist Premature Enzyme Degradation (Matrix HD).
Sterilization Process = Tutoplast technology uses low dose gamma irradiation to ensure sterility of final packaged product.
Safety & Biocompatible = Not going to cause additional inflammation (Retains Strength over Time). The only terminally sterilized human dermis on the market today (Graft is sterile & Validated viral inactivation). Revascularization evident as early as seven days (Animal Models).
5 Year Shelf Life = Storage at room temperature 1* to 37*C (34* to 98*F).
Easy Preparation = One Basin & Simple rehydration in a single bath / Sterile Saline room temperature (4 Minute Rehydration Step Required).
Matrix HD = is Acellular Allograft (No Cells)
Placement & Fixation suggestions = Staples or Sutures (3-0 None Absorbable / Prolene)
Available Fenestrated and None-Fenestrated= if you wish to fenestrate the none-fenestrated graft use Mesher with carrying plate of (1.5 to 1.0 ratio).
Matrix HD has been used in procedures such as: Fascia repair in calf, Triceps repair, Deltoid rupture repair, Pateller tendon repair, Elbow capsule reconstruction, Achilles repair, Wound covering, & Shoulder capsule reconstruction.
- Matrix Slide Presentation
- Tendon Augmentation Overview
- Wound Covering Overview
- Wound Covering Application Guide