NovoSorb MTX

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What is Novosorb MTX?

Synthetic Monolayer Dermal Matrix

NovoSorb® MTX equips clinicians with a flexible reconstructive tool for the treatment of varying complex wounds. Leveraging from tried and tested technology, NovoSorb MTX is designed to reliably facilitate a reinforced dermal bed with a one- or two-stage reconstruction.

Breakthrough in Regenerative Medicine
NovoSorb® Technology

The aftermath of the 2002 Bali terrorist attack drove the need for an improved dermal matrix that would perform reliably should another catastrophic event occur. This surgeon-led effort resulted in a regenerative medicine breakthrough that became the birth of our flagship technology, NovoSorb®, and the establishment of the world’s first synthetic dermal matrix, NovoSorb BTM.

The subsequent clinical outcomes achieved in the hands of surgeons across the globe leaves PolyNovo® responsible for expanding this first-of-its-kind technology with other product offerings to continue providing patients with worldwide access to safe, effective, and reliable solutions.

NovoSorb MTX
NovoSorb MTX is a highly porous synthetic dermal matrix designed to facilitate rapid tissue growth for the reconstruction of complex surgical, traumatic, or irregular wounds. Wound closure may be achieved in a one- or two-stage reconstruction (e.g., re-epithelialization, subsequent skin graft).

• Fully synthetic that does not contain biologic material
for bacteria to metabolize
• Supports rapid cellular infiltration and tissue integration
• Ready straight from the package with a three-year shelf-life
• One- or two-stage wound closure
• Designed to convert a macro-wound into interconnected
micro-wounds for organized healing
• Highly conformable, making it ideal for irregular anatomic areas

Feature Product

- MTX-1010 NovoSorb MTX monolayer synthetic dermal matrix (10cm x 10cm)
- MTX-1020 NovoSorb MTX monolayer synthetic dermal matrix (10cm x 20cm)
- MTX-2040 NovoSorb MTX monolayer synthetic dermal matrix (20cm x 40cm)


• Partial and full thickness wounds
• Pressure ulcers, venous ulcers, diabetic ulcers, chronic, and vascular ulcers
• Surgical wounds (donor sites/grafts, post-Moh’s surgery, post-laser surgery, podiatric, and wound dehiscence)
• Trauma wounds (abrasions, lacerations, partial thickness burns, and skin tears)
• Draining wounds


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    Wound Management Association. 2010; 18(1):14–22.
  2. Cheshire PA et. al. Artificial dermal templates: A comparative study of NovoSorb® Biodegradable Temporizing Matrix (BTM) and Integra® Dermal Regeneration Template (DRT). Burns. 2016;
  3. Banakh et. al. A Comparative Study of Engineered Dermal Templates for Skin Wound Repair in a Mouse Model. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2020; 21, 4508.
  4. Wagstaff MJ et. al. Free Flap Donor Site Reconstruction: A Prospective Case Series Using an Optimized Polyurethane Biodegradable Temporizing Matrix. Eplasty. 2015 Jun 26;15:e27.