SINGAPORE, June 6, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Mundipharma has announced a licensing agreement with Korean biomedical firm, Genewel Co.Ltd, to market and distribute its GUARDIX-SG™ Surgical Adhesion Barrier portfolio across Southeast Asia.
GUARDIX-SG™ is used in surgery as a biodegradable mechanical barrier, reducing abnormal internal scarring post surgery by separating the internal tissues and organs while they heal.
First developed in Korea in 2010, it is a sterile, transparent, colorless adhesion barrier, formulated as a thermosensitive gel that remains as a solution at room temp but turns to viscous gel on contact with body temperature.
GUARDIX-SG™ is indicated as an adjunct in spine, thyroid and abdominal cavity surgeries to reduce the incidence, extent and severity of post-operative adhesions at the surgical site.
"As a scientifically-proven, safe treatment that provides surgeons with another option and supports patients’ healing process following operations, GUARDIX-SG™ is a welcome addition to our expanding treatment portfolio," says Mundipharma CEO, Raman Singh.
"As an organisation, we’re always evaluating innovative treatments that possess significant potential to improve outcomes for patients. GUARDIX-SG™ meets this criterion, and will be of benefits to surgeons and patients across Southeast Asia, so we’re delighted to have signed this agreement with Genewel."
TM: GUARDIX is a trademark of Genewel Co. Ltd
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