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Protectors of Biology & Providers of Hope

The human body is an amazing machine that is capable of self-repair. This innate functionality to repair wounds is remarkably potent during our younger years, but as we age our regenerative capabilities diminish. Fortunately, we have the opportunity to supplement wound repair through the use of human cell and tissue products (HCT/P) derived from birthing tissues such as placental membranes.

AmnioBind and DermaBindSL is approved by the FDA Tissue Reference Group to meet the criteria for regulation solely under Section 361 of the PHS Act as defined in 21 CFR Part 1271

Advanced Wound Cover For Non-Healing Wounds

Dermabind is a dehydrated, intact placental wound cover. Our process does not separate the amnion and chorion layers, which helps preserve the intermediate layer that contains naturally present proteins, collagens, and glycoproteins.

  • Non Immunogenic

  • Natural Biological Barrier

Dermabind is terminally sterilized using gamma irradiation, is never frozen, and is completely free of preservatives. This allows Dermabind to maintain its shape and protect the proteins and structures that provide the characteristics crucial to the membrane’s function as a biological covering.

Preservation through Process

Equipped with state-of-the-art laboratory processes to ensure the safety and integrity of its products. HealthTech's laboratory and proprietary processes maintain the tissue’s biological components with minimal degradation of native proteins.

Protecting biology

Our processing removes any cellular remnants and sterilizes the placental membrane without loss of the important components crucial to the function of the membrane as a biological covering.

To maintain the natural characteristics of the placental membrane, no chemicals or antibiotics are used. This ensures that there is no risk of selecting antibiotic-resistant bacteria and no chemical dehydration means no risk of residual irritants or chemical denaturation of protein.

Placental membrane - Nature’s gift.

Anatomically, the human placental membranes surround the fetus and separate it from maternal tissue. The membrane provides elasticity and strength to hold, cushion, and protect a developing fetus and acts as a critical barrier, preventing mixing of maternal and fetal blood and the transfer of pathogens, while allowing key nutrients to pass to the fetus.
The proteins and collagen matrix of the placental membrane provide a natural covering and barrier that supports the body’s ability to repair.

The proteins and collagen matrix of the placental membrane provide a natural covering and barrier that supports the body’s ability to recruit the necessary biological components for wound closure.

An Allograft covered by Medicare

Q 4225


6.5cm x 6.5cm

4cm x 4cm

3cm x 3cm

2cm x 2cm