Membrane & Hydromembrane
Amniotic membrane providing a wound covering and support for native tissues
PalinGen® Membrane and Hydromembrane are human allografts processed from healthy placental tissue. PalinGen® membrane products provide a wound covering and support for native tissues. Just as the amniotic membrane acts as a physical barrier to cover and protect the fetus during pregnancy, PalinGen Membrane & PalinGen Hydromembrane provide a biological and physical overlay to support and protect the wound in vivo.
Placental tissue and membrane are known to contain collagen substrates, growth factors and extracellular matrix proteins recognized as part of the complex wound healing process¹.
- Chorion free
- Amnion membrane
- Growth Factors
- Amino Acids
- Extracellular Matrix Proteins
- Hyaluronic Acid
- Available in a variety of sizes
- Room temperature (15° C to 30° C)
PalinGen® Membrane Product Catalog
PalinGen® Hydromembrane Product Catalog
Membrane: I. Air Dried. II. Polymesh on Fetal Side.
Hydromembrane: I. Packaged in Saline. II. Polymesh on Both Sides.
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Donor tissue is recovered using one of the safest recovery techniques and sterile equipment to minimize any bioburden contamination. Amniotic tissues are procured through a network of qualified and trained recovery partners, following stringent screening and recovery protocols. All tissues are processed aseptically in a highly controlled processing environment.
Communicable disease testing is performed by an FDA registered and Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) certified laboratory. Donor blood sample is taken prior to or at the time of recovery and tested for HBsAg, HBcAb, HCVAb, HIV1/2 Ab, HCV NAT, HIV NAT, HBV NAT, RPR/STS, WNV, and HTLV I/II. Allografts are subjected to stringent USP testing prior to release.
1) Complements and the Wound Healing Cascade: An Updated Review. Hani Sinno and Satya Prakash. Plast Surg Int. 2013; 2013: 146764
2) The Grafting of Preserved Amniotic Membrane to Burned and Ulcerated Surfaces, Substituting Skin Grafts: A Preliminary Report. Maximilian Stern. JAMA. 1913; 60(13): 973-974
3) Amniotic Fluid: Not Just Fetal Urine Anymore. Mark A Underwood, William M Gilbert, Michael P Sherman. Journal of Perinatology. 2005; 25: 341-348
4) Growth factors and cytokines in wound healing. Barrientos S, Stojadinovic O, Golinko MS, Brem H, Tomic-Canic M. Wound Repair Regen. 2008; 16(5): 585-601