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The Phoenix Wound Matrix® is a non-woven, fibrous, electrospun scaffold that is designed to mimic the structure of the extracellular matrix. This is a single use device intended for use in the management of wounds. Wound types include:

  • Partial and full-thickness wounds

  • Pressure ulcers

  • Venous ulcers

  • Diabetic ulcers

  • Trauma wounds

    • Abrasions

    • Lacerations

    • Second degree burns

    • Skin tears

    • Draining wounds

  • Chronic vascular ulcers

  • Tunneled/undermined wounds

  • Surgical wounds

    • Donor sites/grafts

    • Post-Moh's surgery

    • Post laser surgery

    • Podiatric

    • Wound dehiscence

 
 
 
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Biomimetic, synthetic, electrospun scaffolds provide the starting point for in situ tissue engineering (TE).

In situ TE is defined as biomaterial-induced endogenous regeneration directly in the tissue’s functional site starting from a resorbable device that gradually transforms into an autologous, homeostatic replacement tissue with the ability to repair, remodel, and grow (Wissing, et al, 2017).

 
The approach of in situ TE is built on the notion that the natural inflammatory response can be harnessed to induce endogenous tissue regeneration. The resorbable immunomodulatory scaffold provides a temporary microenvironment, which functions as an instructive road map for endogenous cells to infiltrate and create new, living, and functional tissue. It is hypothesized that, upon implantation, the scaffold provides support for mature tissue formation and adequate mechanical properties to withstand the hemodynamic loads. Over time, the scaffold should slowly resorb, ultimately resulting in a purely biological structure which has the ability to repair, remodel, and grow.
— Wissing et al, doi:10.1038/s41536-017-0023-2
 

 
 

Research

Our technology parent company, Nanofiber Solutions, is a medical device company with over 10 years experience using a proven technology and manufacturing approach to create unique, proprietary devices, like the Phoenix Wound Matrix, to effectively address heretofore unmet clinical needs.✧
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Application Guide

For more information about how to apply the Phoenix Wound Matrix, click the link below to download our application guidelines.

 

Instructions For Use

To access the instructions for use (IFU) for The Phoenix Wound Matrix, click the link below.

Reimbursement

For information on reimbursement payment and coding information for the Phoenix Wound Matrix, click the link below.

 
 

 

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