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Product Value—GORE® ENFORM Biomaterials

Proven material that provides economic value

Image of GORE ENFORM Biomaterial product: with reduced costs for complex hernia repairsGORE® ENFORM Biomaterial devices are intended for use in the reinforcement of soft tissue during the phases of wound healing by filling soft-tissue deficits. The device is completely absorbed, leaving no material behind in the body.

As an alternative to expensive biologics, GORE® ENFORM Biomaterials support savings in the high-cost category of plastic and reconstructive surgery.*

Chart describing the typical hernia category spend for U.S. hospitals and revealing that 17% of units account for 41% of total spend of biologic hernia repair

Millennium Research Group, Inc. U.S. Soft Tissue Repair Devices Market Analysis Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Millennium Research Group, Inc; 2014. Pages 33, 40. RPUS43ST14. © 2014 Millennium Research Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction, distribution, transmission or publication is prohibited. Reprinted with permission.

Economic impact

Image showing projected annual savings with GORE® ENFORM Biomaterials

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* Examples of applications where the GORE® ENFORM Biomaterials may be used include hernia repair as suture-line reinforcement, muscle flap reinforcement and general tissue reconstructions.

Data on file, from Movemedical, June 1, 2020.
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