ABRA® Surgical & Adhesive

Access Pro Medical serves as the exclusive distributor for the ABRA line of products in the United States.  The ABRA Surgical & ABRA Adhesive systems close retracted skin defects through continuous cyclic stretching, allowing for a tension free primary closure instead of skin grafting or other painful and unappealing reconstructive procedures.

Indications for Use

The ABRA Surgical kit is designed to close retracted full thickness wounds up to 20 cm in length with a medium to high force.

The ABRA Adhesive kit is designed to close full thickness wounds up to 30 cm in length with a low to medium amount of force.

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Superior Outcomes

Both functionally and cosmetically1


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Fast Closures

Averaging a few days after application4

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Closing Skin & Fascia

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Skin Expansion

Caused by collagen fiber rotation3
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Bands called elastomers stretch with patient movement4
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No OR Required

With installation, adjustments, & removal possible at bedside5

1. Haddock C, Konkin DE, Blair NP. Management of the open abdomen with the Abdominal Reapproximation Anchor dynamic fascial closure system. American Journal of Surgery, 2013, 205, 528 – 533.
2. Cinelli S, Casey M, et al. Early Primary Closure of Open Abdominal Wall Using the Abdominal Reapproximation Anchor (ABRA) System. University of Nevada School of Medicine Poster, Division of Trauma and Critical Care: Southwestern Surgical Congress, Coronado, CA. March 22-25, 2009.
3. Verdam FJ, Dolmans DE, Loos MJ, Raber MH, Wit RJ, et al. Primary Closure of the Septic Open Abdomen with a Dynamic Closure System. World Journal of Surgery, 35: 2348-2355.
4. Taylor RC, Reitsma BJ, Sarazin S, Bell MG. Early Results Using a Dynamic Method for Delayed Primary Closure of Fasciotomy Wounds. (2003). American College of Surgeons, 197(5), 874-877.
5. Taylor R, Reitsma B, Sarazin S, Bell M. Early Results Using a Dynamic Method for Delayed Primary Closure of Fasciotomy Wounds. The American College of Surgeons. November 2003, Vol. 197, 5: 872-878.

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