Advance to sphincter-sparing fistula repair.
Sphincter-sparing techniques for closing anal or rectovaginal fistulas offer your patients a simple solution to painful and embarrassing symptoms.
The Biodesign Advantage
  • Keeps sphincter intact
  • Restores natural form and function
  • Minimizes scar tissue formation
  • Available with or without retention button
  • Is easy to rehydrate and suture
  • Supported by multiple peer-reviewed publications
Biodesign Fistula Repair Products
The Biodesign Fistula Plug features a tapered design that fits most fistula sizes.
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  • Learn best practices for using the Biodesign with this clear surgical demonstration.
Now Under CPT Code
A Category 1 CPT Code has been assigned to the anal fistula repair procedure using the Biodesign fistula plug. See details in the Anal Fistula Coding & Reimbursement Guide.»MORE
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NOTE: Any surgery has the potential for complications. The following complications are possible with the use of Biodesign® Advanced Tissue Repair Products: bleeding, infection, abscess, induration, acute or chronic inflammation (initial application of surgical graft materials may be associated with transient, mild, localized inflammation), allergic reaction, visceral adhesions, fistula formation, seroma formation, hematoma, extrusion, recurrence of tissue defect, and delayed or failed incorporation of the device. Not all part numbers listed on this website are approved for sale in all regulatory jurisdictions. Consult with your local Cook representative or customer service center for details.