Human tissue allografts harness the innate healing power of the human body.
Surgilogix offers physicians a natural alternative to synthetic, cadaveric or animal-derived allograft products. Our human tissue allografts harness the innate healing power of the human body, aiding physicians in their efforts to improve patient outcomes and quality of life.
SXMatrix™ is a human tissue allograft comprised of amnion and amniotic fluid that has been processed through the AdvanTek™ system. It contains the original characteristics of the amniotic tissue while offering expanded storage options. SXMatrix™ can be applied topically or implanted.
Amniotic Tissue Allografts
Placental tissue allografts for use in surgical or in-office settings. AmnioFLEX™, SXFluid™ and SXMatrix™ are flowable liquid allografts and SXBarrier™ is a membrane allograft.
AmnioFLEX™ is a cryopreserved human tissue allograft comprised of amnion and amniotic fluid components that are processed into an easy-to-use liquid to aid in the healing and repair of wounds. AmnioFLEX™ is an in-office treatment applied topically or implanted into and around the area of need.
Demineralized Bone Matrix
Bone allografts available in putty, strips, cubes or fiber. SXDBM™ allografts are used in OB/GYN, Urology, Spine & Musculoskeletal medicine, Sports Medicine and General Surgery.
SXBarrier™ is a human tissue allograft comprised of minimally manipulated amniotic membrane. It is intended to cover and protect damaged tissue and can be sutured, glued or laid in place to support native tissue during the healing process. May be trimmed to the desired size and shape.
SXFluid™ is a cryopreserved human tissue allograft applied in a surgical setting to aid in the healing and repair of wounds. Comprised of amnion and amniotic fluid components, SXFluid™ is an easy-to-use, liquid allograft tissue applied directly to the area of need.
SXDBM™ is human allograft bone that can be used to fill voids or gaps in the extremities, spine and pelvis. The bone allograft aids in the healing process by filling defects that occurred during surgery or as a result of a traumatic injury. SXDBM™ is available in a putty, strip, cube or fiber format.