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Powerfully simple NPWT, with more freedom for your patients  

RENASYS GO Negative Pressure Wound Therapy System provides our powerful, easy-to-use and fully portable traditional negative pressure wound therapy (tNPWT) technology, offering patients added freedom during therapy.1,2

  • Intuitive LCD screen3
  • Patient-centric design and accessories for optimal experience1,2
  • Integrated alarm and indicator features to identify air leaks or low battery3-5
  • 300ml and 800ml canisters available

Indicated for a wide range of wound types:6,7

Clinical results driven by technology

RENASYS GO tNWPT features a patient-centric Soft Port dressing, shown to improve patient comfort and tolerability in comparison to tradiitonal hard port variants.8

  • Conformable, flexible and easy-to-apply dressings9,10
  • Suitable for awkward or difficult anatomical areas9
  • Designed to resist blockages caused by kinks, twists or compression9

Act on infection for hard to heal wounds

For suspected high bioburden or increased risk of infection, ACTICOAT Flex 3 Antimicrobial Barrier Dressings can be used effectively with RENASYS GO tNPWT.

Over 90% of patients treated with ACTICOAT Flex 3 and NPWT achieved their treatment goal.*11

Other wound management solutions

PICO Single-Use Negative Pressure Wound Therapy System.

VERSAJET Hydrosurgery System for precision excision and tissue preservation 


For any specific patient requirements, or for help identifying the right dressing choice, please contact us.

Helping you get CLOSER TO ZERO delay in wound healing.6

Always use RENASYS GO in accordance with the Instructions For Use (IFU) information.



1)   Smith & Nephew 2009.Weight and size of device and canister with tubing. Internal Report. W07328R32.
2)   Smith & Nephew 2009.A prospective, open, multi-centre study to evaluate the functionality and device performance of a new portable negative pressure wound therapy system (RENASYS GO) in the management of acute and chronic wounds. Data on File. CSR/CT0804ST779.
3)   Smith & Nephew 2016.Functionality testing of Non-Wound Model related alarms on returned EMC tested RENASYS Go device. Internal Report. DS/16/195/R.
4)   Smith & Nephew 2016.RENASYS GO Blockage/Canister Over-capacity & Leak Alarm Assertion in a Vertical Orientation. Internal Report. DS/16/025.
5)   Smith & Nephew 2009.Alarm Indication testing for RENASYS Go for Low, High and Over Vacuum Alarms, Blockage/Canister Full and High Flow/Leak Alarms and Alarm Volume Testing. Internal Report. W07328R110.
6)   Forlee M, van Zyl L, Louw V, Nel J, Fourie N, Hartley R. A randomised controlled trial to compare the clinical efficacy and acceptability of adjustable intermittent and continuous Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) in a new portable NPWT system. Paper presented at: EWMA; 2018; Krakow, Poland.
7)   Forlee M, Richardson J, Rossington A, Cockwill J, Smith J. An interim analysis of device functionality and usability of RENASYS™ TOUCH – a new portable Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) system. Paper presented at: Wounds UK; 2016; Harrogate, UK.
8)   Carnali M, Ronchi R, Finocchi L, Spuri Capesciotti S, Paggi B. Retrospective study on the use of negative pressure wound therapy in the treatment of pilonidal cysts (sinus pilonidalis) operated on using an open technique or complicated by dehiscence of the surgery site through sepsis. In. Acta Vulnologica. Vol 142016:24-39.
9)   Hudson D, Adams K, Cockwill J, Smith J. Evaluation of a new Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) suction port (RENASYS™ Soft Port). Paper presented at: EWMA; 2013.
10) Cockwill J, Rossington A. A prospective, open, non-comparative, multi-centre study to evaluate the functionality and device performance of a new Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) suction port (RENASYS◊ Soft Port) in the management of acute, sub-acute and chronic wounds In. Vol 12012.
11) Hurd T, Rossington A, Trueman P, Smith J.A Retrospective Comparison of the Performance of Two Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Systems in the Management of Wounds of Mixed Etiology. Advances in Wound Care. 2017;6(1):33-37.
12) Granick, MS et al. Efficacy and Cost Effectiveness of a High-Powered Parallel Waterjet for Wound Debridement. Wound Repair & Regeneration, 2006. 14, 394-397.
13) Granick, MS et al. Toward a common language: Surgical Wound Bed Preparation and Debridement. Wound Repair & Regeneration, 2006. 14, S1-S10.
14) Cubison CS et al. Dermal preservation using the VERSAJET Hydrosurgery System for Debridement of Paediatric Burns. Burns, 2006. 32, 714-720.
15) Matsumura H et al. The Estimation of Tissue Loss During Tangential Hydrosurgical Debridement. Ann Plast. Surg, 2012. 69, 521-525.
16) Gurunluoglu R. Experiences with Waterjet Hydrosurgery System in Wound Debridement. World J. Emerg. Surg. 2007. 2, 10.
17) Gravante G, Delogu D, Esposito G & Montone A. VERSAJET hydrosurgery versus classic escharectomy for burn debridement: a prospective randomised trial. J. Burn Care Res. 2007. 720-4.
18) McCardle JE. VERSAJET Hydroscalpel: Treatment of Diabetic Foot Ulceration. British Journal of Nursing, 2006. 15, Tissue Viability Supplement.

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Post-Acute NPWT Solution in the United States

Order your RENASYS GO pump in the US through Rotech Healthcare, Inc.

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