CELLUTOME™ Epidermal Grafting
Intended to Reproducibly Harvest a Thin Skin Graft for Autologous Skin Grafting
The CELLUTOME™ System can be easily integrated into existing clinical practice.
- Automated, precise and reproducible process
- Minimal pain and donor-site trauma
- Comprehensive training from a company representative in less than one hour
- Can be performed by any suitably trained physician
The development of the suction microdomes and the harvesting of the epidermal micrografts are automated, eliminating the need for physician handling of the grafts and resulting in proper graft orientation and simplified application. The dressing is used to secure the epidermal micrografts placed on the recipient site from the donor site.
- Creates and regulates the suction (negative pressure: ‑400 to ‑500mmHg) and warming (37°C to 41°C) required to raise the epidermal microdomes
- Reusable component of the system
- Delivers the negative pressure and warming from the Control Unit to the harvester
- Disposable component of the system which contains the cutting blade
- Provides the structure for formation of the microdomes
ADAPTIC TOUCH™ Non-Adhering Silicone Dressing
- After insertion of an ADAPTIC TOUCH™, microdomes are harvested into micrografts
- A prospective, multicentre study on the use of epidermal grafts to optimise outpatient wound management.
- Epidermal Grafting Using a Novel Suction Blister–Harvesting System for the Treatment of Pyoderma Gangrenosum
- USE OF EPIDERMAL SKIN GRAFTS IN CHRONIC WOUNDS: A CASE SERIES
- The CelluTome epidermal graft-harvesting system: a patient-reported outcome measure and cost evaluation study.