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Adhesion Barrier Gel for Intrauterine Surgery

Oxiplex I/U

Product code: 09017

Flowable gel that is intended to serve as a temporary, absorbable mechanical barrier separating surgically traumatized opposing tissue surfaces in the uterine cavity where adhesions could potentially form.

Additional Information

Manufacturer: FzioMed


Product details:

Intrauterine (IU) adhesions are bands of scar tissue that form between the inner walls of the uterus, resulting from trauma to the uterus. Any surgical intervention of the uterine cavity can potentially create adhesions. Adhesions can occur even when surgeons use the best techniques, but using mechanical barriers to separate traumatized tissues during the healing period can reduce postoperative adhesions.


Intrauterine Adhesions cause problems such as:

  • Infertility
  • Pain and discomfort
  • Menstrual cycle abnormalities
  • Dysmenorrhea
  • Recurrent pregnancy loss


When to use Oxiplex/lU

  • Adhesiolysis
  • Ashermans Syndrome
  • Dilation & Curettage
  • Myomectomy
  • Polypectomy
  • Retained Products of Conception
  • Uterine Septum Surgery


The advantages of using Oxiplex/IU Adhesion Barrier Gel in intrauterine surgery include:

- Benefits

  • Exceptional safety
  • Designed and indicated for use in intrauterine surgery
  • Ready to use, no refrigeration required
  • Fast application, thorough coverage
  • Colorless

- Protects the Procedure

  • Separates and coats tissues
  • Reduces adhesions

- Optimizes Healing

  • Re-operations can be complicated by adhesions at original operative site

- Improves Outcomes

  • Less de novo (i.e., new) adhesions


Order details

Oxiplex IU 10 ml syringe: 09017


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A short animation explaining how Oxiplex/IU works.

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06_Article_DiSpiezio_Efficacy (pdf)

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07_Article_Fuchs_Intercoat_published (pdf)

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08_Article_DiSpiezio-HOME DU (pdf)

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01_MM0119(-)IU Brochure.final (pdf)

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04_MM0115(-) IU Preventing IU Adhesions Abstract (pdf)

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05_02370(-) Oxiplex IU Engish only IFU (pdf)

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