The MACI implant
makes it unique

Features that promote a simplified delivery

 

 

Dual-sided

The porous side facilitates cell attachment and the smooth side aids in joint articulation

versatile

Conforms to any defect with ease— even in difficult to treat areas

Flexible

Allows for the application of a controlled, uniform dose of cells, regardless of defect shape or size, and with a less invasive surgical delivery

Easy to affix

Can be secured in place using only fibrin sealant in most cases

Resilient and strong

Permits the use of suture or suture anchor fixation when needed

consistent cell distribution

Characterized cells are uniformly loaded onto the membrane by proprietary means

Allows for the application of a controlled, uniform dose of cells to the defect in a less invasive surgical delivery

Image shown: High Magnification SEM shows chondrocyte attachment to collagen fibers

MACI is proven to repair knee cartilage. See the clinical study results