Supporting Literature

The clinical efficacy of TheraGenesis® is supported by numerous peer-reviewed and published articles in its intended field of use. 

Clinical Studies

Kashimura, T., Nagasaki, K., Horigome, M., Yoshida, K., & Soejima, K. (2021). Selection of Artificial Dermis for Shortening Treatment Period: Integra versus Pelnac. Plastic and reconstructive surgery. Global open, 9(6), e3599.

Maruccia, M., Marannino, P. C., Elia, R., Ribatti, D., Tamma, R., Nacchiero, E., Manrique, O. J., & Giudice, G. (2019). Treatment of finger degloving injury with acellular dermal matrices: Functional and aesthetic results. Journal of plastic, reconstructive & aesthetic surgery : JPRAS, 72(9), 1509–1517.

Lou, X., Xue, H., Li, G., Wang, K., Zhou, P., Li, B., & Chen, J. (2018). One-stage Pelnac Reconstruction in Full-thickness Skin Defects with Bone or Tendon Exposure. Plastic and reconstructive surgery. Global open6(3), e1709.

Muangman P, Wetwittayanugoon C, Chinaroonchai K, Somcharit L, Sirikun J, Chunhasuwankul R. Outcomes of Porcine Acellular Dermal Matrix in Patients with Extensive Burn Scars. J Med Assoc Thai 2017;100:150.

Wosgrau, A. C., Jeremias, T.daS., Leonardi, D. F., Pereima, M. J., Di Giunta, G., & Trentin, A. G. (2015). Comparative experimental study of wound healing in mice: Pelnac versus Integra. PloS one, 10(3), e0120322.

Chen, X., Chen, H., & Zhang, G. (2012). Management of wounds with exposed bone structures using an artificial dermis and skin grafting technique. Clinics in plastic surgery, 39(1), 69–75.

Akita, S., Tanaka, K., & Hirano, A. (2006). Lower extremity reconstruction after necrotising fasciitis and necrotic skin lesions using a porcine-derived skin substitute. Journal of plastic, reconstructive & aesthetic surgery : JPRAS, 59(7), 759–763.

Matsuda, K., Suzuki, S., Isshiki, N., Yoshioka, K., Okada, T., & Ikada, Y. (1990). Influence of glycosaminoglycans on the collagen sponge component of a bilayer artificial skin. Biomaterials, 11(5), 351–355.