The Biodesign Otologic Repair Graft is an off-the-shelf alternative to autologous tissue that provides a
minimally invasive approach to tympanic membrane repair, eliminating the need for a donor site
and therefore no additional scar for the patient.1
It enables a truly minimally invasive approach to ear surgery with no donor site required and thus, no additional scar for the patient.
The Biodesign Otologic Repair Graft completely remodels into natural host tissue, resulting in closure rates ranging from 83%–100% across published literature.1–3
Biodesign material is easy to manipulate, allowing for improved surgical precision during graft placement.2
The Biodesign Otologic Repair Graft reduces the need to harvest autologous tissue, significantly decreasing intraoperative time.1
1. D’Eredità R. Porcine small intestinal submucosa (SIS) myringoplasty in children: a randomized controlled study. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol. 2015;79(7):1085-1089.
2. James AL. Endoscope or microscope-guided pediatric tympanoplasty? Comparison of grafting technique and outcome. Laryngoscope. 2017;127(11):2659-2664.
3. De Zinis LO, Berlucchi M, Nassif N. Double-handed endoscopic myringoplasty with a holding system in children: preliminary observations. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol.