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PICO

Single Use Negative Pressure Wound Therapy

Overview

An entirely new way to deliver Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT). All the effectiveness of NPWT, simplified

  • This deceptively small and quiet NPWT system delivers the proven effectiveness of traditional NPWT for low to moderate exudating wounds1,2


PICO is patient friendly

  • Easy to use and comfortable to wear3—just dress, press, and go
  • May simplify the discharge process by reducing discharge delays and shortening lengths of stay4,5


PICO is simply affordable

  • Significantly reduces staff time and therapy costs6
  • Simple discharge process, reduced discharge delays4,5
  • No DME items to approve or track
  • Indicated for use on open wounds and closed surgical incisions
  • PICO is suitable for use in both hospital and homecare settings


Just dress, press, and go

  • Simple to learn how to operate which may lead to reduced training times
  • Simple to apply – Fast and easy to apply and can be easily adjusted
  • Simple to operate – With a single push of the orange button, there's less chance of error


Push the orange button for simple, effective Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT)

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PICO Single Use NPWT



Warnings

Carefully monitor patients for signs of bleeding, which may lead to interruption in therapy and hemodynamic instability. If such symptoms are observed, immediately discontinue therapy, take appropriate measures to control bleeding, and contact treating clinician.

References

  1. CSR/CT09/02 A prospective, open, non-comparative, multi-centre study to evaluate the functionality and dressing performance of a new negative pressure enhanced dressing in acute wounds.
  2. Data on File 1104011 Assessment of simplified NPWT device in pre-clinical blood flow studies.
  3. OC DOF/012 A prospective, open, non-comparative, multi-centre study to evaluate the functionality and dressing performance of a new negative pressure enhanced dressing in acute wounds.
  4. Hurd T, Trueman P, Rossington A. Use of portable, single use negative pressure wound therapy device in home care patients with low to moderately exuding wounds: a case series. OWM. 2014; 60(3):30-36.
  5. Hurd T. Evaluating the Costs and Benefits of Innovations in Chronic Wound Care Products and Practices. OWM. 2013 (June); Sup: 1-16.
  6. Data on File. Economic Analysis, Andriy Moshyk.

Questions?

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