Neox® 100 Wound Allograft is a cryopreserved amniotic membrane allograft for wound applications and a thinner alternative to Neox® 1K.
• Helps support a regenerative healing environment to help expedite healing in complex and chronic wounds
Neox® 100 Wound Allograft can be used as a wound covering for dermal ulcers or defects. The allograft is ideal for shallow wounds or for larger wound areas as an adjunct. Neox® 100 is delivered on a non-implantable, gridded paper backing for easier handling and application.
Neox® 100 Wound Allograft should not be used on wounds that are actively infected.
Do not use if packaging is damaged. Do not use on patients with a history of drug reactions to Amphotericin B. Do not sterilize or re-sterilize. It is imperative that the allograft is properly stored.
Shelf life is two years from date of manufacture. Can be stored in a standard refrigerator or freezer at specified temperatures and specified times -80°C → 4°C (-112°F → 39.2°F) Example: ultra-low temperature freezer, standard freezer, or standard refrigerator within the expiration date printed on product. It is the responsibility of the tissue dispensing service, tissue distribution intermediary, and/or end-user clinician to maintain tissue intended for transplantation in appropriate storage.
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Diabetic Foot Ulcers
Non/Minimally Exudating Wounds
Change Neox® 100 Wound Allograft per facility protocol as needed.
Refer to Neox® Product Application Guide.
HCT/P human amniotic membrane.
BioTissue Surgical is a pioneer in human birth tissue applications as an adjunct in the treatment of complex and chronic wounds.