Acera Surgical is revolutionizing soft tissue repair through the use of nanofiber technology.
This patented platform technology enables Acera to provide matrices whose structure and architecture closely resembles native human extracellular matrix. These matrices result in safe, efficacious products without the limitations of other products on the market.
Learn more about Acera’s current FDA cleared products and experience first in class customer service.
Discover the power of nanofiber technology in the next evolution of soft tissue repair solutions.1
Acera Surgical has engineered a new class of resorbable nanofabricated matrices designed to restore damaged tissue.
The matrix is engineered from nano-scale fibers to create a resorbable scaffold that is similar to the structure and architecture of native extracellular matrix.
Native cells rapidly migrate into the scaffold, and then proliferate and differentiate to form new granulation tissue.
Gradual and controlled resorption of the nanofiber scaffold then occurs at a similar rate to cellular ingrowth and new tissue formation. As the scaffold resorbs, the porosity of the matrix gradually increases to support continued tissue integration and neovascularization, while eliciting a minimal inflammatory response.
The nanofiber matrix is easy to handle and apply in the clinical setting. The soft and flexible material easily conforms to the wound site, yet is strong enough to manipulate and suture as needed.9
Witness the next evolution in soft tissue repair.
Learn more and request a product demonstration at acera-surgical.com.
Acera’s current FDA cleared products include Restrata and Cerafix.
Restrata is the first fully resorbable, nanofiber matrix for the treatment of2:
Surgical and Traumatic Wounds
Partial and Full-Thickness Wounds
Acute and Chronic Wounds
Tunneling and Exuding Wounds
Venous Leg, Diabetic Foot and pressure ulcers
Cerafix is a nanofiber matrix for dural repair offering both optimal performance and clinical outcomes3.
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Acera Surgical Inc.
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MacEwan MR, MacEwan S, Wright AP, et al. (August 27, 2017) Comparison of a Fully Synthetic Electrospun Matrix to a Bi-Layered Xenograft in Healing Full Thickness Cutaneous Wounds in a Porcine Model. Cureus Journal of Medical Science 9(8): e1614. doi:10.7759/cureus.1614
MacEwan MR, MacEwan S, Kovacs TR, et al. (October 2, 2017) What Makes the Optimal Wound Healing Material? A Review of Current Science and Introduction of a Synthetic Nanofabricated Wound Care Scaffold. Cureus Journal of Medical Science 9(10): e1736. doi:10.7759/cureus.1736
Schmalz P, Griessenauer C, Ogilvy CS, Thomas AJ. Use of an Absorbable Synthetic Polymer Dural Substitute for Repair of Dural Defects: A Technical Note. Cureus. 2018;10(1):e2127. Published 2018 Jan 29. doi:10.7759/cureus.2127
1. MacEwan MR, MacEwan S, Wright AP, et al. (August 27, 2017) Comparison of a Fully Synthetic Electrospun Matrix to a Bi-Layered Xenograft in Healing Full Thickness Cutaneous Wounds in a Porcine Model. Cureus Journal of Medical Science 9(8): e1614. doi:10.7759/cureus.1614
2. MKG-20002 Restrata Product Indications For Use
3. MKG-20004 Cerafix Product Indications For Use