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Bard AlloMax Surgical Graft

Description: Bard AlloMax Surgical Graft is an all-natural biologic implant derived from human dermal collagen. It is prepared using the proven Tutoplast process with over 30 yrs experience to remove all non-collagenous cellular components. It can be used in hernia or other complex abdominal wall repair cases...
Company:Davol, Inc.
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