AlloAid ALA Cryopreserved
AlloAid® Amniotic Fluid is a versatile, powerful tissue which supports the development of the fetus in utero.
A cryopreserved allograft derived from human amniotic fluid.
Amniotic fluid is a versatile, powerful tissue which supports the development of the fetus in utero. The properties of amniotic fluid which benefit the fetus also make it an effective material for covering wounds1-3,7, while at the same time contributing to an environment conducive to the regeneration of healthy tissue.4-7
Allogenic human birth tissues, including amniotic fluid, have an established record of use in a variety of surgical and clinical settings. Published literature suggests that amniotic fluid may contain important growth factors1,2,6, extracellular matrix2,5,6molecules, hyaluronic acid1,4-6, fibronectin2, laminin4, prostaglandins3, and cells.7
Benefits of amniotic fluid may include:
- A safe, natural covering for wounds1,7
- Inhibiting influence on inflammation3
- Reduced fibrosis, scarring, and adhesion at the surgical site4
Intended for topical application as a covering over wounds or areas of localized inflammation. Birth tissues are recovered during planned Cesarean sections and processed aseptically in a manner to preserve the graft’s inherent properties. Though well documented in the clinical literature, these benefits of amnion have not been studied using AlloAid Amniotic Liquid Allograft products.
Handling & Storage Guidelines
Store at -70°C or colder. Thaw only prior to use.
Allow product to thaw by standing at room temperature and apply directly to the injury, wound, or area of inflammation.
See instructions for use for a more detailed description.
Placental donors go through a rigorous pre- screening qualification and are tested according to FDA guidelines for infectious disease.
Collection of the donor tissue is performed during planned Cesarean section delivery by appropriately licensed personnel.
Processed in accordance with the standards and guidelines established by the American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB).