Matrix™ HD is an acellular human dermis graft that is provided sterile with room temperature storage and a five year shelf life. Matrix™ HD is available in standard and pre-fenestrated configurations.
• Sterilized using the Tutoplast® process
• Validated viral inactive
• Sterility Assurrance Level 10-6
• Retains the original three-dimensional collagen structure responsible for the multi-directional, mechanical properties of dermal tissue
• Revascularization evident in as early as seven days
• Single step rehydration
Matrix™ HD is cleared for the homologous use of protection, reinforcement, or covering of soft tissue to provide a natural collagen scaffold that supports the body's regenerative processes. Matrix™ HD does not have limited indications per wound type or condition.
The Matrix™ HD implant should be used with caution in surgical sites where an active infection is present or in sites with poor perfusion. The implant should be used with caution in surgical procedures where it is under moderate to high tension.
Storage at room temperature for up to five years.
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|Indicated for acute wounds|
|Indicated for chronic wounds|
|Indicated for diabetic ulcers|
|Indicated for pressure ulcers|
|Indicated for surgical wounds|
|Indicated for third-degree burns|
|Indicated for venous ulcers|
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|Shelf life limited|
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Moderate/Highly Exudating Wounds
Non/Minimally Exudating Wounds
Prepare and debride the wound bed per standard protocol. Rehdrate the The Matrix™ HD graft in room temperature sterile saline or water. Other rehydration methods such as blood and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) have also been used.
Size and trim the graft according to the tissue defect, leaving an excess border for fixation. Some physicians may prefer to apply the graft with the reticular side in contact with the wound bed and the basement membrane facing out. The reticular side has a rough, dull appearance the basement membrane has a smooth, shiny appearance.
Use preferred fixation method to secure the graft to the wound bed. The graft must be securely placed to prevent displacement and to aid in incorporation to the wound bed. Some common fixation methods include sutures, staples, or steri-strips.
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