The Phoenix Wound Matrix®, a fully resorbable, 3D electrospun device composed of synthetic polymers, is designed to provide a temporary microenvironment that supports endogenous wound healing, allowing for regeneration and remodeling of native tissue in the defect space/wound bed. This device is engineered to promote healthy tissue growth rather than a protracted inflammatory response.†
For over a decade, Nanofiber Solutions, the technical parent company of RenovoDerm®, has worked with progressive surgeons and researchers to develop products designed to mimic the in vivo, microscopic, physical structures and properties of the extracellular matrix (ECM) vital to functional tissue regeneration.
The Phoenix Wound Matrix is designed to promote healthy, functional tissue regeneration rather than protracted inflammation and fibrosis.†When the horse displayed here was initially evaluated following injury, the veterinarian recommended humane euthanasia due to the severity of the wound. Instead, treatment with the Phoenix Wound Matrix was pursued at the owner’s request. As a result of this groundbreaking technology, the horse made a full recovery.
full thickness dermal wound treated with the Phoenix Wound Matrix at days 0, 14, 21, and 31 (left to right). Far right: microscopic image of wound histology at day 31 showing complete re-epithelialization, maturing of granulation tissue, and receding inflammatory response.