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Revolutionizing Healing. Changing Lives.

The power of electrospun fiber technology

Pioneering the 1st electrospun fiber matrix for soft tissue repair

Acera Surgical is a bioscience company developing and commercializing a portfolio of fully engineered materials for regenerative medicine. Acera’s electrospun fibers are sub-cellular in size and free of animal and human components. They are structurally similar to native human tissue, resist enzymatic degradation, offer both flexibility and strength, and allow effective healing before completely resorbing.1-3

Acera is backed by over 10 years of academic and clinical research which led to multiple patents in the field of regenerative medicine and the first electrospun fiber matrix indicated for soft tissue repair, Cerafix®.4

Acera continues to be a pioneer in regenerative medicine with Restrata®, the first electrospun fiber matrix indicated for wound management including surgical and traumatic wounds.4

  1. MacEwan MR et. al. What Makes the Optimal Wound Healing Material? A Review of Current Science and Introduction of a Synthetic Nanofabricated Wound Care Scaffold. Cureus. 2017.
  2. MacEwan MR et. al. Comparison of a fully synthetic electrospun matrix to a bi-layered xenograft in healing full thickness cutaneous wounds in a porcine model. Cureus. 2017.
  3. Regulski MJ et. al. Implantable Nanomedical Scaffold Facilitates Healing of Chronic Lower Extremity Wounds. Wounds. 2018.
  4. Data on file.

Restrata is engineered to be structurally similar to native human ECM

Watch how cells interact with Restrata through structural cues not growth factors

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Sub-cellular Fibers
The diameter of the fibers ranges from sub-micron to micron in size, which is 10x smaller than a human cell. These sub-cellular fibers are the key to supporting tissue repair from head-to-toe.
Rapid Cell Infiltration
The range of sub-cellular fiber diameters and the organization of them permit cellular infiltration, proliferation, and effective healing.¹
¹What Makes the Optimal Wound Healing Material?
Enzymatic Resistance
The fibers are composed of carefully selected polymers which resist enzymatic degradation.2 This results in a matrix which stays long enough to support soft tissue formation through the inflammatory phase into the proliferation phase.3
2Comparison of a fully synthetic electrospun matrix. 3Implantable Nanomedical Scaffold Facilitates Healing of Chronic Lower Extremity Wounds.

Stories of Healing

Acera is making a difference in the lives of patients. Our products are providing healing for refractory wounds, helping to avert surgeries, and improving patient mobility. The stories we hear of healing and enhanced quality of life inspire us every day. We will never stop innovating. The statements by Acera’s customers described herein are based on results that were achieved in the customer's unique environment. Because there is no "typical" hospital or laboratory, and many variables exist there can be no guarantee that other customers will achieve the same results.

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Revolutionizing Healing. Changing Lives.
Cerafix®, Covora®, and Restrata® are registered trademarks of Acera Surgical Inc.