Corplex™ P is a Wharton's Jelly allograft obtained from donated human umbilical cord tissue. The allograft is dehydrated, cut into small pieces, and packaged into sterile glass vials in various fill volumes.
• While supplementing connective tissue voids, the extracellular matrix of the finished Corplex™ P allografts provide protection and cushioning to the surrounding tissue
• Retains key extracellular matrix components in Wharton's Jelly including collagens and glycosaminoglycans, such as hyaluronic acid
• Corplex™ P absorbs 8 times its weight in water on average
Corplex™ P is intended for homologous use for the supplementation of connective tissue voids in open wound environments to protect and cushion the surrounding tissue.
Do not use Corplex™ P on any wound with evidence of active, latent infection or gangrene. Do not use Corplex™ P on compromised patients where the patient's condition may create an unacceptable risk of post-operative infection or complications.
Corplex™ P product is for single patient use only. Do not use portions of an allograft from one sterile package on multiple patients. Do not resterilize. Do not place Corplex™ P in a procedure pack or tray that is to be sterilized prior to use.
No current Adverse Effects or Reactions attributed to the Corplex™ P allograft.
The Corplex™ P allograft should be maintained in its original packaging and stored at ambient temperature (0°C-38°C) until ready for use. When stored properly in their original packaging, Corplex™ P allografts are shelf-stable for up to three years.
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Moderate/Highly Exudating Wounds
Non/Minimally Exudating Wounds
Remove the clear pouch from the box. Using proper aseptic technique, peel open the clear peel pouch using the chevron opening and present the vial into the sterile field, taking care to avoid contamination of sterile field instruments with non-sterile surfaces of the outer package. Withdraw the appropriate amount of saline per the size of the Corplex™ P product to be prepared per instructions for use. Remove the foil cap and discard. Wipe around the opening with the alcohol swab. Aseptically introduce the recommended volume of 0.9% sterile saline into the vial with an appropriately sized gauge needle. Swirl the vial until saline is incorporated. Once the material has been rehydrated and the wound site has been properly prepared, remove the stopper and Corplex™ P may be applied to the treatment area. The product is intended to be packed and/or filled into voids of the wound environment to protect and cushion wounds. The solution should be administered immediately following reconstitution. Once the desired amount is delivered, discard any unwanted/unused material in accordance with biohazard protocols. If desired, the physician may choose to rehydrate Corplex™ P with the patient's own bodily fluids. Remove the foil and stopper from the vial. Apply a thin layer of Corplex™ P onto the treatment area.
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