Lymphedema Awareness Month: Make it a Long-Lasting Effect »

Did you recognize the turquoise ribbon?

March is Lymphedema Awareness Month. As a medical device company dedicated to advanced patient care, we would like to continue making efforts on raising lymphedema awareness. After all, this is a chronic condition estimated to affect 3 to 6 million Americans and the number is still growing. Lymphedema, also known as lymphatic obstruction, is a  Continue Reading …

The History of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy »

Devon Medical Products' Portable 2400 NPWT Pump

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) is an accepted way to promote healing in acute and chronic wounds. Using a vacuum source to generate a tight seal, the treatment creates a continuous or intermittent form of controlled suction to a wound to remove fluid, exudates, and infectious materials which may prevent wound healing and closure. Widely  Continue Reading …

Nature’s Bond Breast Pump Has Its Own Website »

Nature’s Bond Breast Pump has launched a new website, http://naturesbondbreastpump.com/.The new website provides product information on Devon Medical Products’ newly launched breast pump line along with information of the benefits and process of breastfeeding, along with more educational resources for breastfeeding mothers. Devon Medical Products’ engineering expertise and pedigree in designing medical device pumps has  Continue Reading …

Highlights of the Year – Devon Medical Products in 2014 »

The Devon Medical Products team wishes you all a happy 2015!

Earlier this month, all Devon employees got together and celebrated our 2014 company party in Winter Wonderland. With our in-house talents showing off their secret baking skills and competing in a chili cook off contest to warm everyone up from the cold, the party was off to a great start… So did Devon Medical Product’s  Continue Reading …

Wound Care Made Easy During the Holiday Season »

Devon Medical Products wishes you a healthy holiday!

It is that time of the year. You start seeing “healthy recipes”, “traveling tips”, “calorie facts” piling up on your search results, and you know it – the holiday season is coming! While most people juggle their decisions between to keep or not to keep their waistline, to patients with chronic wounds such decisions are  Continue Reading …

3 Things You Did Not Know about Writing a Wound Care Case Study »

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A good wound care case study represents in a clear and timely fashion the entire treatment and healing process. It does not only serve as a guideline for treating similar wounds in the future to benefit more patients but also helps establish a reputation and authority for the companies involved – be it the medical  Continue Reading …

Supporting 2014 Worldwide Pressure Ulcer Prevention Day »

Worldwide Pressure Ulcer Prevention Day, 2014

A pressure ulcer, also known as “bedsore”, is a wound developed when something rubs or presses against an area of skin constantly and reduces blood flow to the area. It is likely to occur on the sacral, elbow, heel, ankle areas and most commonly found on patients who use a wheelchair, stay in bed for  Continue Reading …

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