extriCARE® Negative Pressure Wound Therapy
The extriCARE® negative pressure wound therapy system is used to remove excess fluids and other detrimental material from a patient’s non-healing, chronic, acute and other wounds as well as encourage contraction while protecting the wound. The extriCARE® NPWT pumps create a continuous or intermittent form of negative pressure through the suction of the device which allows for better drainage, may promote quicker healing, and a return to the patient’s normal daily activities.
About Negative Pressure Wound Therapy
Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT), is a therapeutic treatment technique that may promote the healing of chronic, acute, traumatic, sub acute and dehisced wounds, partial-thickness burns, ulcers, flaps, and grafts. The pump and applied dressings act as a vacuum which removes the fluids and other detrimental materials and collects them in a canister attached to the pump. Either the extriCARE® foam dressing kit or extriCARE® anatomically fitted dressings are applied to create an airtight seal around the wound. The drainage tube is then connected from the dressing to the pump and therapy is initiated.
Benefits of using extriCARE® System:
- The extriCARE® Negative Pressure Wound Therapy system promotes effective wound care treatment.
- Our extriCARE® Pumps are simple to operate easy to apply foam or anatomically fitted NPWT dressings.
- The pumps are lightweight and portable. No need to carry around heavy equipment.
- The extriCARE® Negative Pressure Wound Therapy System was created with the expertise of advanced wound care professionals and physicians.
Select Device: extriCARE® Negative Pressure Wound Therapy
Portable, lightweight, and battery-powered NPWT pump that is simple and effective device for wound care treatment.
A high-flow NPWT pump with a 24-hour continuous, rechargeable battery for wound care treatment in acute and post-acute care settings.
Choose from either foam dressings or anatomically fitted dressings that create an airtight seal around the wound.