Experience a breakthrough in regenerative medicine: Affinity, the first fresh amniotic allograft.
Fresh Amniotic Membrane Provides New Growth Opportunities1,2
- Regenerative and angiogenic properties1,2
- Retains the native membrane’s structural integrity and biophysical properties3
- A viable option for wound and soft tissue healing1,2,4,5
Naturally Bioactive Healing Capacity
- Open and intact extracellular matrix3,6
- Integrates seamlessly by supporting cell and tissue in-growth1,3,6
Retains Biophysical Properties to Enhance Surgical Handling
- Strong: Enables precise manipulation for ease of application3
- Durable: Integrity of native matrix provides superior scaffolding1,3,6
- Flexible: Maintains membrane’s natural pliability1,3
AlloFresh™ Proprietary Process Distinguishes AFFINITY® by Retaining Native Tissue Benefits3
- Maintains structural integrity and viability for longer than ever before possible3
References: 1. Niknejad H, Peirovi H, Jorjani M, et al. Properties of the Amniotic Membrane For Potential Use in Tissue Engineering. European Cells and Materials. 2008(15):88–89. 2. Gruss J, Jirsch D. Human amniotic membrane: a versatile wound dressing. CMA Journal.1978(18);1237–1254. 3. Data on File, Nutech Medical. 4. Diaz-Prado A, Rendal-Vasques E, Muinos-Lopez E, et al. Potential use of the human amniotic membrane as a scaffold in articular cartilage repair. Cell Tissue Bank. 2010;11:183–195. 5. Garcia D, Longo U, Vaquero J, Forriol F, Loppini M, Khan W, Denaro V. Amniotic Membrane Transplant for Articular Cartilage Repair: An Experimental Study in Sheep. Current Stem Cell Research & Therapy. 2014;9(6);1–7. 6. Cooke, M, Tan, E, Mandrycky, C, He, H, O’Connell, J, Tseng, S, Comparison Of Cryopreserved Amniotic Membrane And Umbilical Cord Tissue With Dehydrated Amniotic Membrane/Chorion Tissue, Journal Of Wound Care 2014, 23(10): 465-76.
Document No.: Affinity-1101 Revision: Initial Release Effective Date: 09/09/2016