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The success of Chondro-Gide® is backed by more than 10 years of clinical data1. With its specially designed bilayer structure, Chondro-Gide® provides a protective environment that fosters the growth of new cartilage.2,3

  • Bio-derived, bilayer Collagen I/III membrane2
  • Biocompatible and naturally resorbed2
  • Can be glued or sutured into place4
  • Compatible with a range of tissue regeneration techniques5
  • One-step procedure1
  • Easy to handle: supple and tear-resistant1
  • Ready for use off the shelf1



  1. KAISER, N., et al. Clinical results 10 years after AMIC in the knee. Swiss Med Wkly, 2015, 145 (Suppl 210), 43S. (Clinical study)
  2. Geistlich Pharma AG data on file (Bench test)
  3. GILLE, J., et al. Cell-Laden and Cell-Free Matrix-Induced-Chondrogenesis versus Microfracture for the Treatment of Articular Cartilage Defects: A Histological and Biomechanical Study in Sheep. Cartilage OnlineFirst, January 7, 2010, doi:10.1177/1947603509358721 (Pre-clinical study)
  4. VOLZ, M., et al. A randomized controlled trial demonstrating sustained benefit of Autologous Matrix-Induced Chondrogenesis over microfracture at five years. Int Orthop, Apr 2017, 41(4), 797-804. (Clinical study)
  5. KRAMER, J., et al. In vivo matrix-guided human mesenchymal stem cells. Cell Mol Life Sci, Mar 2006, 63(5), 616-626. (Clinical study)


Dr. Sanja Saftic
International Product Manager