A 3-dimensional wound conforming matrix that immediately activates platelets to accelerate healing in acute and chronic wounds
Read case studies of results with Excellagen in Diabetic Foot Ulcers, Venous Stasis Ulcers, Pressure Ulcers, Mohs Surgery and Wound Dehiscence.
Excellagen is for use by healthcare professionals in the United States.
Excellagen is a flowable, formulated homogenate of purified bovine Type I dermal collagen with collagen's natural 3-dimensional fibrillar structure. Excellagen promotes chemotaxis, cellular adhesion, migration and proliferation to stimulate granulation tissue formation. Excellagen is indicated for non-healing lower extremity ulcers in diabetic patients, and other dermal wounds and is intended for physician use during debridement procedures, which are used to promote and stimulate wound healing.
Sterile, formulated collagen gel
Ready to use - no mixing or thawing
Flowable – no staples or sutures
Biocompatible physiologic pH
"Extremely rapid healing of an extensive lower leg wound...the patient’s high quality of life, including full, independent ambulation and driving ability, was restored." - Steven Smith, MD
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EXCELLAGEN IS APPROVED BY APMA!
The APMA Seal of Approval/Acceptance Program evaluates the use of therapeutic agents and their adjuncts (pharmaceuticals) and regulated medical devices. The seal is granted to a product after the Podiatric Seals Committee, a standing committee of the American Podiatric Medical Association, evaluates and determines whether the product allows normal foot function and promotes quality foot health. Additionally, evidence of usefulness and safety must be established, either by an appropriately recognized laboratory or clinical investigation, or by the products meeting certain physical standards. A detailed review is conducted by each committee member on every product. The committee then sends its recommendation to the APMA Board of Trustees, which has the authorization to either accept or reject the recommendation.