SXS-A025 SXFluid Small 0.25ml
SXS-A05 SXFluid Med 0.50ml
SXS-A125 SXFluid Large 1.0ml
SXS-A200 SXFluid XL 2.0ml
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION SIZE CODE
-80°C +/- 15°C
Human amniotic tissue allograft for use in a surgical setting.
Storage Temperature Typical Expiry
Amniotic Fluid Allograft
Human amniotic tissue graft
Contains components derived from Amniotic Fluid
Non-invasive, in-office application
Graft applied in a surgical setting
Aids in the healing and repair of wounds
Cryopreserved, easy to apply liquid
Allograft vs. Graft
Amniotic Fluid and Membrane
SXFluid™ is an amniotic tissue allograft comprised of ground amniotic membrane and amniotic fluid-derived components obtained from the placental tissue of pre-screened donors. Tissues are obtained from consenting donor mothers AFTER delivery of a live, full-term, elective Cesarean birth. There is no harm to the donor mother or new born baby.
Wound Healing Properties
SXFluid™ grafts are rich with the basic components necessary for tissue repair and wound healing. They contain collagen substrates, growth factors, amino acids, carbohydrates, and cytokines, which are known to facilitate migration and proliferation of cells to the site of injury and construct a natural scaffold on which new tissue growth can occur.
SXFluid™ comes in an easy-to-use, liquid allograft format for use in a surgical setting. It can be applied topically or implanted at the area of concern. It is cryopreserved for safe, long-term storage and ease of handling, and is available in four volumes, listed below.
Unlike other amniotic fluid allografts on the market, Surgilogix tissue allografts do not contain chorion, which reduces the risk of an adverse reaction in the patient. Chorion is the outer layer of the amniotic membrane and is known to contain maternal antigens.
Throughout the site we use the term amniotic fluid allograftinterchangeably with amniotic fluid graft. While the word graft is defined simply as a piece of living tissue that is transplanted surgically, all of our tissues are allografts, indicating the donor and recipient are of the same species(in our case, human) but are not genetically identical.