Learn about our presentation on Phase 1 Data on sterilization of absorbable polymers at medtech Polymers Conference in 2012.
NovaSterilis was founded in 2000 to develop and commercialize the application of supercritical carbon dioxide (SCCO2) for use in sterilization of biomedical materials. Sterilization is defined as “Elimination of all forms of microbial life, including endospores.” Contrast this to Antiseptic which is defined as destruction of vegetative pathogens on living tissue."
Sterilization using supercritical carbon dioxide(SCCO2) involves lower temperatures (31°C) and pressure above 1100 psi. This lower temperature makes SCCO2 ideal for materials which are temperature sensitive or reactive with other forms of sterilization. SCCO2 can penetrate and sterilize delicate products and materials, such as allograft tissue, without damage to the products structural or chemical integrity.
The Nova2200™ commercial sterilizer utilizes NovaSterilis' patented technology to provide a state-of-the-art, gentle sterilization for different types of musculo-skeletal tissues such as bone, tendon, skin and other types of tissue. The Nova2200™ process achieves Sterility Assurance Level of 10-6 (SAL6) while maintaining the bio-mechanical properties and quality of the allograft.
NovaSterilis is seeking committed partners to expand the commercial applications of its patented technology. Potential applications for our technology include, but are not limited to pharmaceuticals, biologics, vaccines, engineered tissues, medical instruments, devices and implants.