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Dry Amniotic Membrane


Reduces inflammation.
Reduces scarring.
Reduces vascularisation.
Promotes and maintains epethelization.
Anti infective properties
HIV negative.
HCV negative.
HBS negative.
Syphilis negative.

Gamma irradiation
Efficacy of dry amniotic membrane is maintained after Gamma radiation. Gamma radiation does not alter the structural and functional properties of the membrane.
Clinical conditions for using Dry amniotic membrane.
Surgical repair of eyes with ocular surface disorders.
Chemical burn.
Thermal burns.
Ocular cicatricial.
Pemphigoid (OCP)
Steven Johnson syndrome (SJS)
Extensive symblepharon.
Pterigium surgery.
Dry amniotic membrane Vs wet amniotic membrane.
Can be stored at room temperature.
No need for cold chain.
The product is gamma sterelised, so the sterility is assured.
Easy to handle and glue to the lesion.
Can be cut in to different size and shape.
Long shelf life of three years.
Wrinkle free.


Q 1. Source of amniotic membrane?
Ans. It is procured from ID screened mothers with proper consent form.

Q 2. Allergic reactions or adverse reactions if any?
Ans. As the amniotic membrane are decelullarised by using our latest patent technology, the event of allergic reactions are not observed.

Q3. Size of the membrane?
Ans. The amniotic membrane is available in two sizes 2*2 cms and 3.25*3.25cms

Q4. Shelf life of amniotic membrane?
Ans. Three years.

Q5. Is it possible to use amniotic membrane in more than one patient?
Ans. We recommend that one piece of amniotic membrane should be used for one patient only. But if operation is done in one sitting and in the same operation theatre it can be used for two patients.

Q6. Which side of the amniotic membrane is put on the cornea?
Ans. Any side can be placed