"As we had hypothesized going in to these studies, we expected that AnestaGel would perform very well when compared to the non-opiate products available today," said Dr. Jake Hutchins, Director of the Regional Anesthesia Acute Pain and Ambulatory Surgery division at the University of Minnesota, and the Pre-Clinical Study Director for InSitu Biologics. James Segermark, CEO of InSitu added, "Early on we believed that AnestaGel could be tuned to act as a short-term reservoir, essentially a non-pulsatile organ, and that is what we have now verified and validated. We look forward to the next steps that will bring this predictable, very long-acting, non-opiate product to patients that face the prospect of post-surgical pain." The Company believes that AnestaGel could be used in three distinct markets for peri-operative pain management that represent nearly $31 billion in annual revenue in the US.
AnestaGel uses a novel approach to delivering sustained-released analgesics into the target tissue via the Matrix, which is a tunable, biocompatible, and pH neutral platform. This allows AnestaGel to provide target site-specific, non-migratory placement, a flexible and high dose drug-load reservoir capacity, and a tunable and predictable pharmacological effect.
InSitu Biologics develops and manufactures implantable timed release products composed of our proprietary tunable, bio-polymeric hydrogel, Matrix™. We are currently pursuing applications for delivery in soft and bone tissue(s). For more information, please contact James Segermark, CEO, at (651) 289-6444 or visit www.insitubiologics.com.
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