Sterile Dehydrated Human Amnion Chorion Membrane Impregnated With Polyhexamethylene Biguanide (PHMB)

AmchoPlast PHMB

AmchoPlast PHMBTM is a sterile biological wound cover made from human amnion chorion membrane impregnated with 0.5% (w/w) broad-spectrum antimicrobial, PHMB. It has specialised pores to facilitate the free flow of exudate.
As low as ₹1,420.00
Application instructions

Wound bed preparation:

Clean the wound with normal saline solution and perform sharp debridement with a sterile instrument (if slough is present).

Choosing the right size:

Measure the wound and choose appropriately sized AmchoPlast PHMBTM allograft.

Unpacking AmchoPlast PHMBTM:

Use sterile forceps to take out AmchoPlast PHMBTM from the inner foil pouch to avoid contamination.

Ensuring proper orientation:

To ensure appropriate orientation, check whether the embossed letters “LC” are displayed correctly when read from left to right.

Applying the membrane and hydration:

Apply AmchoPlast PHMBTM on the wound gently with sterile forceps and spread out the membrane to maximise the contact with the wound bed. Add a few drops of normal saline to hydrate the membrane.

External wound dressing:

A sterile non-adherent absorbent secondary dressing must be placed on top of the allograft to control bleeding and prevent contamination and secured with a bandage.

Allograft Re-application:

AmchoPlast PHMBTM can be applied every 48 hours until the wound heals

Why choose LifeCell?

Proprietary Technology

Produced using LifeCell’s proprietary AGNES processing technology, to provide an effective allograft with excellent handling characteristics

Licenced & Accredited:

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

Quality Assurance

Designed and developed by strictly adhering to Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) & Good Tissue Practices (GTP) protocols

Frequently Asked Questions

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Any wound that fails to respond to treatment even after four weeks or remains unhealed entirely in two months is regarded as a chronic wound. A chronic wound is often found to be complicated because of underlying conditions like diabetes, circulation problems etc. due to the interruption of the body’s natural healing process. Some of the common chronic wound conditions include diabetic foot ulcers, venous ulcers, surgical site injuries, burn injuries and pressure ulcers.

No. Prior to donation, the donor’s medical and social history are screened for medical conditions or diseases that would contraindicate the donation of tissues in accordance with current policies and procedures approved by LifeCell.

Donor blood samples taken at the time of collection are tested negative/non -reactive for relevant communicable and infectious disease agents at LifeCell International, which has requisite national and/or international accreditations.

  • HIV-1/2 antibody & HIV antigen
  • Hepatitis B surface antigen
  • Hepatitis B core antibody
  • Hepatitis C antibody
  • Syphilis
  • Malaria
  • HTLV I & II antibody
  • CMV IgG
  • HIV-1 (NAT)
  • HCV (NAT)

Yes, AmchoPlastTM is a ready-to-use product.

No, it is for single use only.

Yes. The allograft can be cut/trimmed as per the wound requirement and must be immediately applied onto the wound bed once it is taken out from the inner foil pouch since it being a sterile product it can get easily contaminated if exposed.

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