Amnio-Maxx® is a family of amnion patch allografts that may be used as an anatomical barrier in numerous clinical applications. The natural properties of amniotic tissue help provide mechanical protection to damaged tissue, while the Amnio-Maxx® proprietary process retains nutrient-rich growth factors essential for signaling.1,2

About Amnio-Maxx®
  • Amniotic membrane is a semi-transparent and resilient membrane that lines the upper cavity of the placenta
  • Amniotic tissue acts as an immune-privileged protective barrier during fetal development1
  • Amnio-Maxx® is applied as an anatomical barrier that helps provide mechanical protection while retaining endogenous growth factors1,2,4
  • The Amnio-Maxx® proprietary process preserves the natural properties of amniotic tissue, maintaining inherent levels of key extracellular matrix molecules, including proteins, carbohydrates, growth factors, and cytokines5
Safety and Versatility
  • Amniotic tissue is recovered from healthy mothers who have undergone Cesarean section delivery
  • Amnio-Maxx® is processed in accordance with FDA regulations and AATB standards
  • Amniotic tissue has been used for over 100 years with well-documented clinical success3
Amnio-Maxx® offers increased versatility
across a variety of physician preferences

  • Requires no up-front preparation
  • Hydrates rapidly in the surgical site
  • Ambient temperature storage with a 5-year shelf-life
  • Notch and orientation stickers to designate placement of the epithelial side upwards
  • E-Beam sterilization provides sterility assurance level (SAL) of 10-6
  1. Rowlatt, U. (1979). Intrauterine wound healing in a 20-week human fetus. Virchows Arch A Pathol Anat Histol, 381(3), 353-361.
  2. Coolen, N.A. et al. (2010). Comparison between human fetal and adult skin. Archives of Dermatological Research, 302(1), 47-55.
  3. Fairbairn, N.G. et al. (2014). The clinical applications of human amnion in plastic surgery, 67, 662-675.
  4. Niknejad H, Peirovi H, Jorjani M, et al. Properties of the amniotic membrane for potential use in tissue engineering. Eur Cell Mater. 2008;15:88-89.
  5. Delcroix GJ, Namin S, D'Ippolito G, Temple HT, Marshall R. Preserving the natural regenerative potential of amniotic membrane. Vivex Biomedical.
  6. Data on file at Vivex Biologics, Inc.

Proprietary dual layer technology
Dual layer amnion allograft
Derived from the amnion layer of the placental
Approximately 2X thicker than traditional
single layer amnion
Available in large sizes for a wide variety
of applications
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The Amnio-Maxx® product line offers two
different thicknesses for increased versatility
for a variety of physician preferences.
Amnio-Maxx® DL QCODE 4239
Amnio-Maxx® SL QCODE 4239