The First Complete Placental Membrane Allograft
Revita is a lyophilized dehydrated complete human placental membrane (dCHPM) allograft intended for use as a wound covering or barrier membrane for both acute and chronic wounds. Through the patented Clearify® technology, Revita allografts retain the complete native placental membrane, including all three layers (the amnion, intermediate layer, and chorion), while also preserving key extracellular matrix components.1
The Use of a Lyophilized dCHPM Allograft in a Venous Ulcer
The Use of Lyophilized dCHPM Allograft in Recurrent Basal Cell Carcinoma Excision
The Use of a Lyophilized dCHPM Allograft in a Diabetic Ulcer
Common Clinical Applications
Acute and chronic wounds such as:
- Dermatologic Wounds
- Diabetic Ulcers
- Pressure Ulcers
- Surgical Wounds
- Traumatic Wounds
- Venous Ulcers
*Revita is intended to be used as a wound covering or barrier membrane.
Commonly used in specialties such as:
- General Surgery
- Orthopedic Surgery
- Plastic Surgery
- Vascular Surgery
Common Anatomical Applications
Sizes & SKUs
|Size||15 mm disk||2 x 2 cm||2 x 3 cm||4 x 4 cm||4 x 6 cm||2 x 12 cm||6 x 6 cm||6 x 8 cm|
Sheet Format | Shelf-stable for up to five (5) years
1. Data on file.
2. Data is compared to the leading dual-layer and reported as an average.
3. Roy, A., & Griffiths, S. (2020). Intermediate layer contribution in placental membrane allografts. Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, 14(8), 1126–1135. https://doi.org/10.1002/term.3086
4. Manna B, Cooper JS. Radiation Therapy Induced Skin Ulcer. [Updated 2021 Jul 18]. In: StatPearls [Internet]. Treasure Island (FL): StatPearls Publishing: 2021 Jan-.
5. J. Bradford Rice, Urvi Desai, Alice Kate G. Cummings, Howard G. Birnbaum, Michelle Skornicki & Nathan Parsons (2014) Burden of venous leg ulcers in the United States, Journal of Medical Economics, 17:5, 347-356, DOI: 10.3111/13696998.2014.903258
6. J. Bradford Rice, Urvi Desai, Alice Kate G. Cummings, Howard G. Birnbaum, Michelle Skornicki & Nathan Parsons (2014) Burden of venous leg ulcers in the United States, Journal of Medical Economics, 17:5, 347-356, DOI: 10.3111/13696998.2014.903258