A New Biomaterial Derived from Small Intestine Submucosa and Developed into a Wound Matrix Device

@inproceedings{BrownEtris2012ANB,
  title={A New Biomaterial Derived from Small Intestine Submucosa and Developed into a Wound Matrix Device},
  author={Marie Brown-Etris and William D. Cutshall and Michael C. Hiles},
  year={2012}
}
A biomaterial derived from porcine intestinal submucosa has been used in the development of a new biologic wound matrix. This review describes the origin of the wound matrix device, including the discovery of the biomaterial and its properties, to the development of the commercial product currently in clinical use. The composition and structure of this biomaterial are described and considered as mechanisms that contribute to its effectiveness in wound management. The wound matrix developed from… CONTINUE READING

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