XCM BIOLOGIC® Tissue Matrix

Unique Optrix™ processing maintains the natural 3D fibrous structure and key extracellular matrix components without cross-linking.2,5

XCM BIOLOGIC® Tissue Matrix

Features & Benefits

  • A xenograft backed by the strength of science

    A Xenograft Backed by the Strength of Science:

    Porcine-derived resorbable xenograft intended to reinforce soft tissue where weakness exists.1 Intact collagen fibers retain natural strength and provide pliability2*

  • Open-pore structure allows for cell ingrowth and revascularization

    Open-Pore Structure Allows for Cell Ingrowth and revascularization2,3

    Allows tissue ingrowth incorporation from all sides (20x magnification) at 4 months postimplantation.4

Product Specifications

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XM106.0612S XM106.0612S Sterile (hydrated), Thick 

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XM106.0616S XM106.0616S Sterile (hydrated), Thick 

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XM106.0812S XM106.0812S Sterile (hydrated), Thick 

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XM106.0816S XM106.0816S Sterile (hydrated), Thick 

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XM106.0820S XM106.0820S Sterile (hydrated), Thick 

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XM106.1016S XM106.1016S Sterile (hydrated), Thick 

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XM106.1020S XM106.1020S Sterile (hydrated), Thick 

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XM106.1220S XM106.1220S Sterile (hydrated), Thick 

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XM106.2535TCS XM106.2535TCS Sterile (hydrated), Thick, Diamond Shape 

Supporting Documentation

Clinical Evidence

Hernia Evidence Summary

Product Support

XCM Biologic Visual Aid

Biologic Mesh Brochure

References

*Based on benchtop testing.

† The effect of these components on the performance of XCM BIOLOGIC Tissue Matrix has not been clinically evaluated.

Optrix™ is a trademark of DSM Biomedical or its affiliates.

1. XCM BIOLOGIC® Tissue Matrix. Synthes, Inc. Instructions for Use. PN 6325-01 AC 08-2014

2. DSM Biomedical. Animal and bench test results are not necessarily indicative of clinical performance.

3. Hackett ES, Harilal D, et al. Evaluation of porcine hydrated dermis augmented repair in a fascial defect model. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research. 2011;96B(1):134-138. Rev 12, 02/2012.

4. Caulfield WH III. XCM Biologic Tissue Matrix Reconstruction of the anterior abdominal wall following a TRAM flap breast reconstruction Case Report from DePuy Synthes. (J10753-A).

5. Hoganson DM, O'Doherty EM, Owens GE, et al. The retention of extracellular matrix proteins and angiogenic and mitogenic cytokines in a decellularized porcine dermis. Biomaterials. 2010;31(26):6730-6737

For complete indications, contraindications, warnings, precautions, and adverse reactions, please reference full package insert.