GENIX EGI, collagen membrane for guided epithelial tissue regeneration, triggers and speeds up re-epithelialization process in complex skin lesions such as ulcers, traumas or burns, offering an alternative to a skin graft.


Re-epithelialization, the final phase of wound healing, is often inhibited or slowed down. Collagen has been shown to have effective chemotactic properties in terms of fibroblast and keratinocyte migration in the wound.

GENIX EGI, a collagen membrane derived from heterologous pericardium, stimulates the keratinocytes to migrate from the edge of the wound through the granulation tissue towards the centre of the lesion, thereby initiating and keeping the process of wound re-epithelialization active.


Once tissue granulation is complete, GENIX EGI is hydrated and made to adhere to the edges of the lesion. After 12-15 days of application, it is then removed and the epithelial growth below is checked. Its removal will be followed by further applications of GENIX EGI, with progression from the periphery towards the centre, until complete healing.


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- Type I collagen membrane derived from heterologous pericardium

- Dried translucent membrane

- Absorbable

- 200 µm thick

- Biocompatible

- Sterilized by gamma irradiation

- Sterility guaranteed for 5 years

- Packed in blister packs of 3 to 5 strips each,

  1cm x 5 cm



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