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At FzioMed, we formulate and manufacture innovative bioabsorbable products that help surgeons improve surgical outcomes. Learn about our adhesion barrier products for the following medical specialties:

Our spine gel is the #1 adhesion barrier gel for spine surgery worldwide

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Our Spine Gel

Sold under the brand names Oxiplex®, Oxiplex®/SP and MediShieldOxiplex, our spine gel is the #1 adhesion barrier gel for spine surgery worldwide. 1,2

Tendon & Peripheral Nerve

We also offer DYNAVISC® adhesion barrier gel for use in tendon and peripheral nerve surgeries such as in the hand, foot, shoulder and knee.

DYNAVISC syringe

Peritoneal

For Peritoneal surgery, our Oxiplex®/AP absorbable barrier gel reduces the incidence, extent and severity of postoperative adhesions.

>Amniotic Membrane: Aril™

FzioMed products are comprised of proprietary formulations of two well-characterized and biocompatible medical polymers – carboxymethylcellulose (CMC) and polyethylene oxide (PEO). We start with this core science and manufacture gel products that doctors use during surgery to separate and protect traumatized tissues where postoperative adhesions and pain occurs.

Clinical trials with FzioMed products have shown that coating tissues in this way can safely reduce postoperative pain, prevent the formation of adhesions, and improve patient outcomes.3,4,5

Our products have a long history of safe and effective use in a variety of surgery procedures. Our goal is to provide tissue protection without compromise.

For more information, contact us online.

Last updated: 19 Aug 2016

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References

1 FzioMed's products are not currently available for distribution in the United States.

2 Oxiplex is not authorized for use as an adhesion barrier in Canada

3 diZerega et al. Use of temporary implantable biomaterials to reduce leg pain and back pain in patients with sciatica and lumbar disc herniation. Materials 3: 3331-3368, 2010.

4 Lundorff et al. Clinical evaluation of a viscoelastic gel for reduction of adhesions following gynaecological surgery by laparoscopy in Europe. Human Reproduction 20 (2): 514-520, 2005.

5 Data on file, FzioMed, Inc.

6 AriiTM Acellular Allograft Amniotic Membrane is available in the United States.

7 Suppression of interleukin 1alpha and interleukin 1beta in human limbal epithelial cells cultured on the amniotic membrane stromal matrix. Solomon A et al. Br J Ophthalmol. 2001 Apr;85(4):444-9.

8 Identification of antiangiogenic and antiinflammatory proteins in human amniotic membrane. Cornea. Hao Yet al. 2000 May;19(3):348-52.

9 Expression of natural antimicrobials by human placenta and fetal membranes. Placenta. King AE et al. 2007 Feb-Mar;28(2-3):161-9. Epub 2006 Feb 28.

10 Implantation of amniotic membrane to reduce postlaminectomy epidural adhesions Tao H, Fan H. Eur Spine J . 2009 Aug; 18(8):1202-12. doi: 10.1 007/s00586- 009-1013-x. Epub 2009 Apr 30.

11 Amniotic membrane patching promotes healing and inhibits proteinase activity on wound healing following acute corneal alkali burn. Kim JS et al. Exp Eye Res. 2000 Mar;70(3):329-37.

12 Use of dehydrated human amniotic membrane allografts to promote healing in patients with refractory non healing wounds. Sheikh ES et al. In! Wound J. 2013 Feb 15. doi: 10.1 '111/iwj.12035.