Seattle, WA. Oct 3, 2017 – Xcede Technologies announced today that they have completed the bulk of the required ISO 10993-1 Testing Program for the Xcede Hemostatic Patch. These studies are based on the international standard for medical devices that come into direct or indirect contact with the human body in order to determine the potential for an unacceptable adverse biological response. They include, but are not limited to, nonclinical (in vitro and non-human) acute and long-term toxicity studies as well as tests of mutagenesis, hemo- and cyto-compatibility, sensitization, and irritation. Although the chronic liver implantation study is still ongoing, we believe the results to date from the cohort of studies demonstrate a profile appropriate to initiate the filing for regulatory approval to begin clinical trials. Subject to such regulatory approvals, the Company anticipates starting clinical trials in the Netherlands in early 2018.
“We are very excited to announce these preclinical results,” said Linda Zuckerman, Ph.D., President and CEO of Xcede Technologies., Inc. “We feel this is a significant accomplishment in moving the Xcede Patch to the clinical development phase of the product’s life-cycle.”
Xcede is committed to the development and manufacturing of innovative hemostatic and sealant products for surgical application including severe, traumatic bleeding.
Xcede Technologies, a subsidiary of Dynasil Corporation of America is based in Seattle, WA and began operations in October 2013 following a technology transfer from DBM.
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