• Mechanical Stability- immediate defect coverage and intra-articular haemostasis​​​​

  • Fully absorbed within 3 to 4 months

Repai​r of​​​​​​ retropatellar cartilage defects in the knee with microfracture and cell free polymer based implants.

Becher et al 2015 Archives of Orthopaedic and Traume Surgery or data collection.​​​​

Proven Success in the most difficult cases:​​ Retro​​ Patellar and Patella ​​​Troch​le​a

Selected References

Publication by Siclari et al. "A cell-free scaffold-based cartilage repair provides improved function and hyaline-like repair at one year" 
Publication by Herbort et al. "Arthroscopic fixation of matrix-associated autologous chondrocyte implantation: importance of pin fixation angle on joint compression forces"

​​​​​Chondrotissue​​​​​​​​​​®​ - ​NICE IPG560 Approved Treatment​​​

Chondrotissue®​ is a unique combination of a PGA Fleece impregnated with freeze-dried high concentration Hyaluronic Acid for mechanical and cellular function.

​​​​Advanced Cartilage Regeneration  & Repair  

Treatment with Chondrotissue® is indicated for use in the femoral condyle, patella, trochlea, tibia plateau, talus and acetabulum.   

​​​Single step cell-free implant used to treat traumatic or degenerative cartilage defects in combination with microfracture techniques .

Clinically Proven Hyaline-like Cartilage Tissue Regeneration - not fibrocartilage.

Reduced Pain and Improved Activity of Daily Living.

Single Operation – Off the shelf and available when you need it.

​HA impregnated to stimulate stem cell differentiation to chondrocytes - not fibroblasts.

Enhanced Healing Through Technology

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Why Hyaluronic Acid?

  • Decisive for the organisation of cartilage proteoglycan aggregates.
  • Functions as a filter to stop the flow of molecules which are harmful for chondrogenesis, e.g. erythrocytes and leukocytes.
  • Viscoelastic properties and is a natural part of the synovial fluid and of the extracellular chondrocyte matrix.
Hyaluronic Acid

  • Stimulates Chondrogenesis           

  • Viscoelastic propertes