Amniotic Tissue

  • Restorigin amniotic membranes are procured through voluntary donation from scheduled cesarean procedures of full-term, live births. Amniotic membranes are applied as an anatomical barrier to help provide mechanical protection while supporting healing with endogenous growth factors. Restorigin may be used as a barrier in numerous clinical applications, including but not limited to: spine and neurosurgery, foot and ankle, wound care, burn care, dermatology, ophthalmology, and oral surgery. Restorigin amniotic membranes are stored at room temperature with a 3-year shelf-life, require no up-front preparation, and hydrate rapidly in the surgical site.