This study evaluates the use of the Human Acellular Vessel (HAV) in adults with vascular trauma below the neck who are undergoing vascular reconstructive surgery. There will be a torso cohort and a limb cohort. All subjects will be implanted with a HAV as an interposition vessel or bypass using standard vascular surgical techniques. There is no control arm.
A Phase 2 Study for the Evaluation of Safety and Efficacy of Humacyte's Human Acellular Vessel for Vascular Replacement or Reconstruction in Patients With Life or Limb-threatening Vascular Trauma
This is a prospective, multicenter, multi cohort, non-randomized phase 2 study in up to 40 adult patients with life or limb threatening vascular trauma which requires surgical repair. There will be a limb cohort and a torso cohort. The limb cohort will include patients who require repair of a vessel contained to the upper or lower extremity. The torso cohort includes patients who require repair of vessels within the thorax (excluding the heart), abdomen, and retroperitoneum. Subjects will be implanted with a Humacyte Human Acellular Vessel (HAV) as an interposition vessel or bypass using standard vascular surgical techniques. There is no control arm.
The active study duration for each study participant will be 36 months from HAV implantation or until HAV failure/ removal/ death if earlier. Follow up after month 12 will involve the capture of information on assessments performed at "standard of care" routine clinic visits or by telephone follow up with the patient or his/her physician with physical exam and ultrasound at month 24 and month 36
The total expected duration of the clinical study is 61 months (24 months of enrollment and 36 months of follow up).