Our Products

At Restoreflow we understand that using tissue that is extremely safe and viable for patients is just as important to you as it is for us, which is why we focus solely on producing the highest quality vascular allograft tissue available today. 

 

Saphenous Vein

Cryopreserved Saphenous Veins offer excellent mobility and resistance to infection over alternative synthetic grafts.

Cryopreserved Saphenous Veins are an effective alternative conduit for patients requiring secondary peripheral bypass procedures, particularly when autologous conduit tissue is not suitable for use, or for revascularization for critical limb ischemia.

 

 

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Femoral Vein and Femoral Artery

Cryopreserved Femoral Veins and Femoral Arteries offer a safe and durable alternative to synthetic hemodialysis grafts by reducing the potential for graft infection seen more commonly with synthetic products and by increasing the use and longevity of the hemodialysis site.  

Cryopreserved Femoral Veins and Arteries are also a preferred conduit for patients with high risk of AV access infections when autologous conduit tissue is not a viable option.

  

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Aortoiliac Artery

Cryopreserved Aortoiliac Arteries provide outstanding durability and are an ideal solution for infected synthetic grafts, aortoenteric fistulas and mycotic aneurysms. To ensure the viability of every Aortoiliac Artery graft, and to allow for greater implantation for patients with various pathology and anatomy, we use a variety of Hegar dilators to take proximal measurements of all portions of the artery so that our surgeons can find the best solution for their patient. 

Aortic infections are conditions requiring serious solutions that offer consistent, reliable results. Cryopreserved Aortoiliac Arteries offer dependable, high quality, safe solutions for when these situations arise, allowing surgeons to feel confident when treating vascular infections containing fungal, and gram positive or negative pathogens.

 

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