Sutureless Nerve Repair
The first FDA cleared sutureless device for nerve repair
Nerve Tape is designed to:
Easily repair and connect transected nerves
Eliminate the need for microsutures
Porcine Small Intestinal Submucosa (SIS)
• Clinically proven material
• Sutureless self-adhering wrap
• Open wrap design allows for precise alignment
• Minimizes tissue adhesions
• Protects repair site
• Prevents axonal escape
• Strong mechanical attachment
• Fixed penetration depth reduces fascicle penetration
• Multiple fixation points distribute tension away
from critical zone of regeneration
Nerve Tape comes in sizes 2 - 7 mm to
optimally fit around the nerve.
Microsuture nerve repair is problematic
Creates scar within
A timed study on excised nerves showed 70% faster repair times with Nerve Tape compared to suture-only and conduit-assisted repair.
Electrophysiology tests demonstrate that Nerve Tape provides consistent nerve repair and supports nerve regeneration equivalent to or better than conduit-assisted or suture primary nerve repairs.
Interested in learning more about Nerve Tape, contact us for more information.
Indications for use
Indications for use: Nerve Tape is indicated for the repair of peripheral nerve discontinuities where gap closure can be achieved by flexion of the extremity.
Contraindications: Nerve Tape is derived from porcine source and should not be used for patients with known sensitivity to porcine material.
Please see full Instructions for Use.
1. Cham et al., JHS, 1984. 2. Isaacs, J., Safa, B., Evans, P. J., & Greenberg, J. (2016). Technical Assessment of Connector-Assisted Nerve Repair The Journal of Hand Surgery, 41(7), 760–766. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhsa.2016.04.0. 3. Internal benchtop study with debrided pig nerves (unpublished). 4. Bendale GS, Sonntag M, Clements IP, Isaacs JE. Biomechanical Testing of a Novel Device for Sutureless Nerve Repair. Tissue Eng Part C Methods. 2022;28(9):469-475. doi:10.1089/ten.TEC.2022.0080. 5. Work was supported by an NIH SBIR grant #7R44NS097113-05, 16-week rabbit tibial nerve study, manuscript in preparation