Although this technique may seem new the Human amniotic membrane allografts have been utilized in various forms of reconstructive surgeries since early 1900s. The Interest in amniotic membrane use went on a decline in the early 1980’s due to transmittable diseases such as HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, etc. Reintroducing its popularity in late 1990s to 2000s amnion was used in treatments of ophthalmic wounds with cryopreserved amniotic tissue. In 2007 the PURION® Process was developed by a Surgical Biologics company called MiMedx®. After the Purion process developed the utilization of amniotic membrane as an allograft accelerated and allowed for dehydrated and sterilized of the tissue. The easy to use graft is able to be kept at room temperature and maintain a 5 year shelf life. Since release the application has been used in surgical settings and have no adverse events associated within various fields and applications. To date 130,000 allografts have been released for human implantation in various surgical applications, such as orthopedics, gynecology, trauma, and burn units. With the 130,000 dispensed grafts there has been no reported adverse events associated with the tissue graft.
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The Amniotic membrane is a very particular material and an enriched source of the following:
The Placenta is composed of various layers and rich biologic sources. The innermost layer of the placenta being the amniotic membrane layer. The amniotic membrane is a collaborative structure of layers which include a lining of epithelial cells, a basement membrane and an avascular connective tissue matrix. The components of the placenta are complex system of biologic structures that possess vast physiologic characteristics, these characteristics can alter in the level of importance during each stage of gestation. The function of the Placenta, during pregnancy, is to allow the passage of nutrients, metabolites, hormones for development and metabolic gases. The exchanges provide physical and immunological protection to the developing fetus.
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