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About Mimedx

MiMedx is a medical device company focused exclusively on the spine. The company develops SaluDisc, a patented total disc replacement technology for sufferers of chronic back pain.

Mimedx Headquarters Location

1775 West Oak Commons Ct. NE

Marietta, Georgia, 30062,

United States


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Mimedx Patents

Mimedx has filed 100 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Stem cells
  • Developmental biology
  • Embryology
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Embryology, Developmental biology, Stem cells, Midwifery, Collagens


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Embryology, Developmental biology, Stem cells, Midwifery, Collagens



Latest Mimedx News

MiMedx Group Launches Axiofill

Sep 23, 2022

Charles Sternberg, Associate Editor09.23.22 MiMedx Group Inc., a transformational placental biologics company, has launched Axiofill, an Extracellular Matrix (ECM) Particulate product derived from human placental tissue. Axiofill is a human placental-derived particulate product available for Surgical Recovery procedures. It offers a competitive advantage over other xenograft, or animal-based, particulate products that undergo aggressive processing techniques to eliminate potential antigens. The existing market for xenograft products, including particulates, is estimated at $230 million. Axiofill provides a cost-effective human collagen scaffold that is conducive for use in large, complex wounds and those of irregular geometries. It may be applied directly as a dry particulate, or with the addition of saline, as a paste depending upon surgeon preference and clinical need. “The launch of Axiofill is particularly significant for MiMedx,” said Rohit Kashyap, Ph.D., MiMedx president, Wound Care & Surgical. “We have added another new product to our portfolio that is designed for the needs of the Surgical Recovery market, enhancing the value we provide to customers. As the first human placenta-derived ECM particulate, we believe that Axiofill offers a distinct advantage over other particulate products and provides impressive clinical utility for physicians treating complex surgical wounds. Importantly, we continue to execute on our customer needs-driven innovation roadmap and view Axiofill as a strong platform for future product innovation.”   “When considering treatment options to address significant tissue defects, physicians have a persistent need for a versatile product that conforms to a variety of complex wound configurations, whether an uneven surface defect or a deep, tunneling wound,” said Dr. Susan Hagen, general surgeon, Boulder, CO. “I believe Axiofill offers a safe, convenient and powerful tool that can be used in a wide variety of surgical applications.”   Axiofill is processed using a proprietary PURION technique that preserves the natural tissue microstructure. The resulting biocompatible scaffold retains key structural proteins, including type I and type IV collagen, laminin, and fibronectin. John Harper, Ph.D., MiMedx chief technology officer, senior vice president of Research and Product Development, added, “The scientific work we have done to characterize Axiofill highlights its role as a provisional scaffold that supports key regenerative processes, including cellular infiltration and neovascularization needed for the generation of site-appropriate functional tissue. MiMedx remains dedicated to developing novel products that address areas of unmet clinical need.” Related News MiMedx Group Inc. also recently launched Amnioeffect , a tri-layer PURION processed human tissue allograft consisting of the amnion, intermediate and chorion membrane layers of the placenta.

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  • When was Mimedx founded?

    Mimedx was founded in 2008.

  • Where is Mimedx's headquarters?

    Mimedx's headquarters is located at 1775 West Oak Commons Ct. NE, Marietta.

  • What is Mimedx's latest funding round?

    Mimedx's latest funding round is PIPE.

  • Who are the investors of Mimedx?

    Investors of Mimedx include EW Healthcare Partners, Hayfin Capital Management, Clayton Associates and The Trelys Funds.

  • Who are Mimedx's competitors?

    Competitors of Mimedx include SynCardia Systems, Pinnacle Transplant Technologies, SynergEyes, Rheonix, Magneceutical Health and 12 more.

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