AmchoPlast Flo is a sterile micronized form of human amnion chorion powder impregnated with broad-spectrum, antimicrobial PolyHexaMethyleneBiguanide - PHMB (0.5% w/w). It is aseptically processed from donated human tissue and terminally sterilized by gamma irradiation.
AmchoPlast FLOTM is a sterile micronised form of dehydrated human amnion chorion
membrane with PHMB in a flowable powder form that can be either sprinkled onto irregular wound surfaces
or reconstituted with normal saline to form a suspension that can be sprayed into cavity/tunneling
wounds or undermined wound margins.
The micronisation process creates an ideal microenvironment and provides larger surface area for cell
adhesion and growth.
Appearance:Off white to pale yellow micronised powder
Particle size: Not more than 500 microns
Moisture Content: Not more than 15%
Sterility: SAL value 10-6
Total Protein: 0.5% - 0.7% w/w
Composition: Each gram contains:
- Sterile dehydrated micronised human amnion chorion powder: 2% w/w
- PHMB: 0.5% w/w
AmchoPlast FLOTM is a combination of:
Micronised Human Amnion-Chorion Membrane:Acts as a natural biocompatible scaffold and a biological barrier.
PHMB:PHMB is an ideal antimicrobial for dressings as
promotes healing and has no history of cytotoxicity and antimicrobial resistance.
bacterial burden and inhibits the formation of biofilm by interacting with bacterial
surfaces and breaking down the lipopolysaccharide (LPS) layer of the bacterial cell
AGNES Proprietary Processing Technology
Donated placental tissues go through the steps of:
Donor Screening:Includes testing for the presence of
Tissue Washing & Dehydration:
Microbial and red cell contaminants removed and tissue is air dried
Soaking and Dehydration:
The tissue is soaked in a dedicated amount of PHMB and dehydrated
Milling and Formulation:
The tissue is subjected to micronisation. The powder is formulated with an excipient and
filled in PP (Polypropylene) vials.
Terminally sterilised using gamma irradiation
Packaging and Storage:
Placed inside a carton box and stored in cool dry place
AmchoPlast FLOTM is available in the following formulations:
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Preparation of Wound Site:
Flush the wound site liberally but gently with a sterile normal saline solution to remove the necrotic tissue.
Unpacking AmchoPlast FLOTM:
Open the shrink wrap to retrieve the AmchoPlast FLOTM vial.
Applying on Surface or Deep Wounds (dry form usage):
Remove the cap of the vial and sprinkle the particulate placental tissue over the wound.
Spread the product evenly with the help of a sterile surgical instrument.
Applying on Cavity/Tunnelling/Undermining Wounds:
AmchoPlast FLOTM can be reconstituted with normal saline to form a suspension that can be sprayed into the wounds or
undermined wound margins.
Dressing of the Wound:
Use a sterile non-adherent absorbent secondary dressing to cover the wound and secure with tape on either side of the dressing.
Changing the Sceondary Dressing:
Gently remove the non-adherent dressing.
If dressing is adhered to the wound, soak with saline solution until it loosens and then remove carefully.
AmchoPlast FLOTM Re-application:
AmchoPlast FLOTM can be applied every 48 hours until the wound heals.
Why choose LifeCell?
Produced using LifeCell's proprietary AGNES processing technology, to provide an effective allograft with excellent handling characteristics.
Accreditations & Certifications
First Tissue Bank outside the US to be accredited with AATB for placental tissues, and licenced by NOTTO (National Organ and Tissue Transplantation Organization) Licensed by DCGI, and also accredited with agencies such as from CAP, NABL, ISO, WHO, & GMP
Designed and developed by strictly adhering to Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) & Good Tissue Practices (GTP) protocols.
Prioritises Patient Safety
Terminally sterilised products to ensure patient safety.
Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
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Yes, it is ready-to-use.
No, one package should be used for one patient. It is only for single use.
No, AmchoPlast FLOTM is derived from human placenta while other collagen products are derived from animal source. And AmchoPlast FLOTM is far more superior in terms of efficacy as it not only contains
- Micronised Human Amnion-Chorion Membrane: Acts as a natural biocompatible scaffold and a biological barrier.
- PHMB: PHMB is used as an antimicrobial preservative to protect the wound dressing from bacterial penetration and colonization. PHMB reduces the microbial burden by inhibiting the formation of biofilm by interacting with bacterial surfaces and breaking down the lipopolysaccharide (LPS) layer of the bacterial cell wall.
AmchoPlast FLOTM can be stored in a clean, dry environment at ambient room temperature. There is no need for refrigeration or freezing.
AmchoPlast FLOTM can be:
Directly sprinkled onto the wound bed.
Or can be reconstituted with normal saline to form a suspension that can be sprayed
into the wounds or
undermined wound margins.
No, it is non-immunogenic.
Yes, it is bioabsorbable.
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