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Biodesign® Otologic Repair Graft

What is the Biodesign Otologic Repair Graft?

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

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    Clinical Evidence

    Tissue remodeling

    Features and benefits

    It enables a truly minimally invasive approach to ear surgery with no donor site required and thus, no additional scar for the patient.

    Reliable closure

    Reliable closure

    Completely remodels into natural host tissue with an overall success of 91% across published literature1-9 and no statistically significant difference in audiometric results when compared to temporalis fascia.1, 10

    Excellent handling

    Excellent handling

    Biodesign material is easy to manipulate, allowing for improved surgical precision during graft placement.4

    Time saving

    Time saving

    The Biodesign Otologic Repair Graft reduces the need to harvest autologous tissue, significantly decreasing intraoperative time.4

    1. Barron C, Lukens J, Niermeyer W, Onwuka A, Chiang T, Elmaraghy C. Investigation of novel grafts in use for pediatric tympanoplasty. Ann Otol
    Rhinol Laryngol 2019;128(12):1111-1115.
    2. Cass ND, Hebbe AL, Meier MR. et al.. Pediatric primary tympanoplasty outcomes with autologous and non-autologous grafts. Otol Neurotol
    2022;43(1):94-100.
    3. Chen CK, Hsieh LC. Clinical outcome of exclusive endoscopic tympanoplasty with porcine small intestine submucosa in 72 patients. Clin
    Otolaryngol 2020;45(6):938-943.
    4. D’Ereditå R. Porcine small intestinal submucosa (SIS) myringoplasty in children: a randomized controlled study. Int J Ped Otorhinolaryngol.
    2015;79(7):1085-1089.
    5. De Zinis LOR, Berlucchi M, Nassif N. Double-handed endoscopic myringoplasty with a holding system in children: preliminary observations.
    Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol. 2017;96:127-130.
    6. James AL. Endoscope or microscope-guided pediatric tympanoplasty? Comparison of grafting technique and outcome. Laryngoscope
    2017;127(11):2659-2664.
    7. Ranguis SC, Leonard CG, James AL. Prospective comparison of pediatric endoscopic lateral graft and interlay tympanoplasty. Otol Neurotol
    2021;42(6):867-875.
    8. Wang N, Isaacson G. Collagen matrix as a replacement for Gelfilm for post-tympanostomy tube myringoplasty. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol.
    2020;135:110136.
    9. Yawn RJ, Dedmon MM, O’Connel BP, et al. Tympanic membrane perforation repair using porcine small intestinal submucosal grafting. Otol
    Neurotol. 2018;39(5):e332-e335.
    10. Dontu P, Shaigany K, Eisenman DJ. Anatomic and audiometric outcomes of porcine intestinal submucosa compared to autologous fascia for tympanic membrane repair. Scientific poster presented at COSM

    *For full article listing 1-10, please visit cookmedical.com/references

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