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SVF for Health Care Providers

Stromal vascular fraction (SVF) for cellular therapy is now an accessible procedure for health care providers in a variety of clinical settings.

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Point-of-Care Adipose
Tissue Processing

Adipose tissue holds the critical cells necessary for cellular medicine, but, in the past, tissue processing has been inaccessible to most health care providers due to the high costs and expertise required.


Now, GID technology allows physicians to extract cells from adipose tissue at point of care with a single-use, disposable device. Based on proven scientific methods, this cost-effective, repeatable procedure allows for scalable tissue processing in hospitals, medical practices and other surgical or clinical settings.

Cellular Implant Benefits:

  • Simple procedure for physicians and support staff
  • Consistent, predictable, quality results
  • Cost-effective
  • Alternative to invasive surgical or drug treatments

SVF Patient Benefits

With cellular implant technology, patients can receive a cost-effective alternative to invasive treatments, such as total knee replacement for osteoarthritis. Using the GID solution, providers can offer patients a walk-in and walk-out procedure for tissue harvest and cellular implant with little to no recovery time.

SVF Clinical Evidence and Support

Review the latest research and support for SVF in musculoskeletal, dermal and organ treatments.

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Musculoskeletal

Research showing injecting adipose tissue into the knee reduced osteoarthritis symptoms by 75% in two-thirds of cases.

A study evaluating the safety of adipose-derived SVF for intra-articular injection of the knee and the feasibility of an intra-articular injection for pain relief in osteoarthritic knees.

A study evaluating the safety of intra-articular injection of SVF and feasibility for reduction of pain in osteoarthritic knees.

A study describing advancements that injectable carriers, tissue grafts, anisotropically oriented biomaterials and cell sheets have achieved in preclinical models as stem cell carriers for tendon repair.

 
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Dermal

A study examining the effects of adipose-derived, stem cell-conditioned medium on alopecia.

A study examining the effect and possible mechanism of adipose-derived, stem cell-conditioned medium on hypertrophic scars.

A study examining the use of stromal and vascular cells for the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers (peripheral vascular disease).

A summary and review of the proliferation and capacity of adipose-derived stem cells as a regenerative tool in plastic and reconstructive surgery.

 
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Organ

A clinical trial for safety and feasibility examining the use of stromal vascular cells for the treatment of erectile dysfunction.

A clinical trial for safety and feasibility examining the use of stromal vascular cells for the treatment of COPD.