Skin replacement fish skin
Ingrowth of blood vessels and fibroblasts and building of granulation tissue

3D animation showing the Mode-of-action of a skin substitute for the treatment of severe wounds, which is made from cod fish skin. Unlike other types of skin replacement (such as pig skin), the fish skin in Kerecis still contains a whole range of natural skin components such as omega3, elastin, fibronectin, laminin, glycans, proteoglycans, lipids. These support wound healing e.g. by activating platelets. The pore structure of the skin replacement enables rapid ingrowth of blood vessels and fibroblasts and the formation of granulation tissue.

Project details: 

Content: 3D Animation, 2:45 minutes, englisch

Utilization: medical congresses, website, youtube

Specifications: Full HD (1920*1080px)

Client:  Kerecis AG

The rights of use for the illustrations shown here lie with the client; use is not permitted. The images are protected with watermarks.

Compilation of sequences from 3D animation: 

The rights of use of the visual material are held by the client.
Music used under Creative Commons license CC BY 3.0: Kevin McLeoad – “As I figure”.

Screenshots from 3d animation:

kerecis skin replacement pouch
Kerecis skin replacement in pouch
necrotic wound
Untreated wound
debrided wound with tendon
Debrided wound with tendon
natural skin ingredients skin replacement kerecis
Natural skin ingredients of Kerecis skin substitute
activation platelet kerecis
The components of Kerecis (upper part of image with pore structure) activate platelets flowing in from a blood vessel (lower part of image)
skin replacement integration wound
Integration of the skin replacement into the wound
healed wound
Healed wound with supple and fully functional skin

kerecis storyboard
Storyboard Kerecis 3D Animation