Nerve conduits and wraps provide an encasement for peripheral nerve injuries and protection of the neural environment. NeuroMatrix, Neuroflex, and NeuroMend are semi-permeable structures that allow diffusion of nutrients and neurotrophic factors into the conduit, but provide a barrier to larger, scar-forming cells.1,2

  • NeuroMend allows for a 25% overlap to potentially eliminate the need for a running suture.
  • NeuroMend offers a self-curling design to better match the dimensions of the nerve and provides the ability to wrap nerves from 2.0mm to 12.0mm in diameter.
  • Expected to completely resorb in about 8 months after implantation.7,8