CONNECTIVE TISSUE SUPPLEMENTATION

A breakdown of connective tissue is common among many patients experiencing joint pain and mobility issues. Often, this breakdown in connective tissue is addressed with opiates or steroids to ease the patient’s discomfort.

When we experience pain, our body is sending us a message that something is wrong. Pain is merely a symptom of an underlying condition or injury. Using steroids or opiates alone to address pain caused by injury is akin to putting a picture over a hole in the wall instead of repairing the hole.

IMPROVING QUALITY OF LIFE

With connective tissue supplementation, you have an opportunity to address the problem at its source by inserting new, viable connective tissue ECM directly to the site of the breakdown, or defect (via syringe). The patient’s body can use the collagenic superstructure from the newly transplanted Wharton’s jelly as building blocks to fill voids or defects in cartilage beds or other soft tissues.

Effectively, you can identify & address the root cause instead of treating symptoms, giving your patients a shot at long-term improvement in their quality of life.

Leg with emphasis on Knee

WHAT DOES THIS LOOK LIKE FOR MY PRACTICE?

When a patient presents missing or damaged connective tissue after imaging, this appropriates homologous use for a connective tissue supplement to replace the missing or damaged tissue. You can supplement soft tissue injuries with new, healthy connective tissue!

Tissue supplementation is determined case-by-case but is generally a gradual process. Depending on the case, multiple applications may be necessary to achieve the desired clinical outcome. The next few pages lay out data on connective tissue supplementation and how you can discover this new option for your patients.

Our products are categorized based on the size and location of the defect in soft connective tissues. For defects in large joints (hips, shoulders, knees), Cryotext is preferred because it has a higher concentration of tissue weight and will provide the most resistance to mechanical stress. For smaller defects in the face and scalp, SecreText is appropriate because of the lower concentration and smaller particulate size designed to be minimally invasive and flow through a 32-gauge needle.

HOMOLOGOUS USE

Homologous use means the repair, reconstruction, replacement, or supplementation of a recipient’s cells or tissues with an HCT/P that performs the same basic function or functions in the recipient as in the donor.

As exhibited in the photo, Regenative Labs’ Wharton’s jelly after processing, is shown to be structurally similar, via electron microscopy, for homologous connective tissue supplementation or transplantation.

The structural similarities of Wharton’s jelly are shown to be similar in not only articular cartilage but other connective tissues found throughout the body.

THREE-DIMENSIONAL ELECTRON MICROSCOPY OF 1. Post-processed Umbilical Cord Tissue (300nm) 2. Pre-processed Umbilical Cord Tissue (300nm) 3. Image of articular cartilage (500nm) (knee)

THREE-DIMENSIONAL ELECTRON MICROSCOPY OF


  1. Post-processed Umbilical Cord Tissue (300nm)
  2. Pre-processed Umbilical Cord Tissue (300nm)
  3. Image of articular cartilage (500nm) (knee)

CRYOTEXT

CryoText is a minimally manipulated Wharton’s Jelly derived human tissue allograft. Rich in cytokines, growth factors, and proteins.

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Advantages of CryoText

CryoText is a viable Connective Tissue ECM derived from Wharton’s jelly, a component of the umbilical cord. It is a cryopreserved matrix that acts as a supportive scaffold for connective tissue repair. The matrix contains biologically active substances such as cytokines, growth factors, and proteins that aid in tissue repair. It is utilized to provide a structured framework and support for connective tissue augmentation.

CryoText does not use any material obtained directly from the embryo or fetus and is processed from human tissue, donated following full-term, c-section deliveries, in accordance with the FDA.

Advantages of CryoText

CryoText is a viable Connective Tissue ECM derived from Wharton’s jelly, a component of the umbilical cord. It is a cryopreserved matrix that acts as a supportive scaffold for connective tissue repair. The matrix contains biologically active substances such as cytokines, growth factors, and proteins that aid in tissue repair. It is utilized to provide a structured framework and support for connective tissue augmentation.

CryoText does not use any material obtained directly from the embryo or fetus and is processed from human tissue, donated following full-term, c-section deliveries, in accordance with the FDA.

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Crytotext Vial

HOW CryoText IS APPLIED

This is a connective tissue supplement intended for homologous use only, as described in 21CFR 1271.10(a). Structural connective tissue that is missing or damaged severely may require new or additional tissue to create conditions that encourage the stability of anatomic infrastructure. CryoText does not use any material obtained from the embryo or fetus. CryoText has high concentrations of hyaluronic acid and growth factors and is processed from human tissue, donated following full term, c-section deliveries, in accordance with the FDA.

CryoText Repository Yields Positive Indicators in Key Data For:

· Muscular Tears
· Intervertebral Disc Spinal Facet Joints
· Plantar Fascia Tears
· Rotator Cuff Tears
· Persistent Partial Tendon Tears
· Quadriceps and Patellar Tendon Tears
· Meniscus and Cartilage Tears
· Radicular and Sacroiliac Nerves and Pinched Nerves
· Large Joints Such as the Hip, Shoulder, Knee

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