Electron Beam


Electron Beam technology terminally sterilizes tissue without compromising the biomechanical properties of the collagen. The Coll-e-Strong line of allografts bridges the gap between biomechanics and sterility. Electron beam sterilization provides several advantages over current allograft processing methods.

collestrong-failure-strain-GraphColl-e-Strong vs. Non-Irradiated Failure Strain

Collestrong-Max-Displacement-GraphColl-e-Strong vs. Non-Irradiated Maximum Displacement

collestrong-no-bio-differencesColl-e-Strong vs. Non-Irradiated, Ni Biomechanical Differences

Safety is of the utmost concern for orthopedic surgeons. It is imperitive to have an allograft that is terminally sterile with a one in one million (1/1,000,000) chance of bio burden living in the tissue. Several preferred methods in the market today can only provide a one in one thousand (1/1,000) chance.

Historically, sterilization processes which render a terminally sterile allograft weaken the biomechanical properties of the tissue. Coll-e-Strong offers surgeons the distinct advantage of terminal sterility with no clinical change in biomechanical properties of the soft tissue.