Amniotic fluid is a versatile, powerful tissue which supports the development of the fetus in utero. The properties of amniotic fluid which benefit the fetus also make it an effective material for covering wounds, while at the same time contributing to an environment conductive to the regeneration of healthy tissue.

Allogenic human birth tissues, including amniotic fluid, have an established record of use in a variety of surgical and clinical settings. Published literature suggests that amniotic fluid may contain important growth factors, extracellular matrix molecules, hyaluronic acid, fibronectin, laminin, prostaglandins, and cells.

 

Benefits of amniotic fluid may include:

A safe, natural covering for wounds

Inhibiting influence on inflammation

Reduced fibrosis, scarring, and adhesion at the surgical site

 

Intended for topical application as a covering over wounds or areas of localized inflammation. Birth tissues are recovered during planned Cesarean sections and processed aseptically in a manner to preserve the graft's inherent properties.

 

 
 
 

In our drive to provide the best products possible for both surgeons and patients alike, all Aurora Spine products are pre-packaged sterile.

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Amnion is a versatile tissue with application in a variety of surgical procedures to provide an adhesion barrier protection. Literature has documented amnion can reduce inflammation, contains collagen, has a variety of growth factors, is biocompatible, and resorbs within the body. Amnion has also been used to reduce the post operative risks associated with scar tissues. Amniopur Patch™ is an easy to handle, dry graft that rehydrates within the wound setting. Dual layer removes the need for "sidedness" orientation or placement in the application site.

 
 
 

In our drive to provide the best products possible for both surgeons and patients alike, all Aurora Spine products are pre-packaged sterile.

Look for this logo on all our implant packaging!

 
 
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