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KNEE APPLICATIONS

Whether you are addressing damaged tissue in an articular cartilage, attachment points, or surrounding soft tissue; consider Wharton’s jelly for Connective Tissue Supplementation to repair or replace the damaged tissue with new healthy connective tissue.

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WHARTON’S JELLY ALLOGRAFT

Wharton’s jelly (WJ) allografts consist of human umbilical cord tissue that has been disassociated, suspended in saline, and cryopreserved. Their main function is to provide cushioning and structural support and to replace missing or damaged tissue in the patient, applied directly to the defect, or injured area, in soft tissues. They are applied via syringe and are typically used in ligament, muscle, or cartilage tears.

DATA

  • Ongoing Retrospective Repository Data
  • Data Collection Protocol Approved by the Institute of Regenerative and Cellular Medicine (IRB)

improvements in nprs and womac

Average Percent Improvement Chart

This data is based on a sample of 178 patients with structural knee defects from 29 clinics enrolled in our observational study. There are 82 males and 96 females, aged 54 to 92. Ninety days after the Wharton’s jelly application, patients reported a 32% improvement in NPRS (current pain) and a 33% overall WOMAC improvement (pain/ stiffness/ function). The progress shown is from only one application, although most care providers apply two Wharton’s jelly allografts for this area.

Published Observational Case Study Following 55 Patients For 90 Days After A Single Application

Tissue Defects Associated with Osteoarthritis of the Knee: An Observational Data Collection Study

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CODE LIST

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