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PIPELINE

Based on world-class tissue engineering R&D,
we develop regenerative medicine therapy that reconstructs cartilage tissue

PIPELINE

Based on world-class tissue engineering R&D,
we develop regenerative medicine therapy
that reconstructs cartilage tissue

A-Film-TAdhesion Prevention Film for Thyroid & Parathyroid

Introduction of
target product

It is an anti-adhesion barrier to prevent adhesions between adjacent tissues after total or partial thyroidectomy.

Strong points of
target product

A biocompatible product developed from a natural biomaterial (cartilage extracellular matrix)
that has both excellent physical barrier function and anti-vascular function.

The very thin thickness and high tensile strength can maintain a physically stable anti-adhesion
effect without interfering with the movement of tissues adjacent to the thyroid gland.

After insertion, it does not inhibit tissue healing due to biodegradation within 2 weeks by enzymes in the body.

It has excellent adhesion to the treatment area and enables operation easy not requiring a separate suture.

It effectively blocks adhesions with cartilage-derived extracellular matrix that inhibits the influx of
new blood vessels as its main composition

Patent

Patent Number: 10-1772316 Composition to prevent adhesion.

Thyroid

Introduction of
thyroid
adhesion mechanism

This is a phenomenon in which the adhesion between tissues is fixed due to the inflow of the back.
After thyroid surgery, exudate from the wound is deposited between the thyroid gland and
adjacent (skin) tissues during the healing process of the surgical site.

Necessity of
anti-adhesion film

Although the neck area is composed of thin skin tissue, it is a highly mobile area, so that
considering its characteristics, the physically stable thin film type anti-adhesion agent is required.

Adhesion is known as the main cause of incision scars, pressure, and foreign body sensation that
can occur after thyroid surgery.

Anti-adhesion drugs in the form of drugs may interfere with wound healing and have limitations
in that it is difficult to maintain long-term efficacy and to apply to local areas.

In the case of solutions or gels, it is difficult to accurately apply to the application site, and
decomposition occurs too quickly, which limits application.

A-Film-T
Adhesion Prevention Film for Thyroid & Parathyroid

Introduction of
target product

It is an anti-adhesion barrier to prevent
adhesions between adjacent tissues after
total or partial thyroidectomy.

Strong points of
target product

A biocompatible product developed from a
natural biomaterial (cartilage extracellular matrix)
that has both excellent physical barrier function
and anti-vascular function.

The very thin thickness and high tensile
strength can maintain a physically stable
anti-adhesion effect without interfering with the
movement of tissues adjacent to the thyroid
gland.

After insertion, it does not inhibit tissue healing
due to biodegradation within 2 weeks by
enzymes in the body.

It has excellent adhesion to the treatment area
and enables operation easy not requiring a
separate suture.

It effectively blocks adhesions with cartilage-
derived extracellular matrix that inhibits the
influx of new blood vessels as its main
composition

Patent

Patent Number: 10-1772316 Composition to
prevent adhesion.

Thyroid

Introduction of
thyroid adhesion
mechanism

This is a phenomenon in which the adhesion
between tissues is fixed due to the inflow of
the back. After thyroid surgery, exudate from
the wound is deposited between the thyroid
gland and adjacent (skin) tissues during the
healing process of the surgical site.

Necessity of
anti-adhesion
film

Although the neck area is composed of thin
skin tissue, it is a highly mobile area, so that
considering its characteristics, the physically
stable thin film type anti-adhesion agent is
required.

Adhesion is known as the main cause of
incision scars, pressure, and foreign body
sensation that can occur after thyroid surgery.

Anti-adhesion drugs in the form of drugs may
interfere with wound healing and have
limitations in that it is difficult to maintain
long-term efficacy and to apply to local areas.

In the case of solutions or gels, it is difficult to
accurately apply to the application site, and
decomposition occurs too quickly, which limits
application.