donderdag 19 november 2020
Utilizing incise film in different ways - Negative Pressure Wound Therapy
A 2018 retrospective analysis of Medicare beneficiaries identified that ∼8.2 million people had wounds with or without infections. Medicare cost estimates for acute and chronic wound treatments ranged from $28 billion to $96 billion. Highest expenses were for surgical wounds followed by diabetic foot ulcers, with a higher trend toward costs associated with outpatient wound care compared with inpatient. (References)
A therapeutic vacuum technique using a suction pump, tubing and a film to promote healing in acute or chronic wounds and second- and third-degree burns. The vacuum draws out the secretion from the wound and increases blood circulation.
2. Benefits of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy:
3.Our role in Negative Pressure Wound Therapy:
Based on our experiences and developments of existing incise films coated with a special type of adhesives; we work on a renewed design for easy application of the film on the skin and to keep suction pump in its position. With this new design we can play a role in the proven outcomes of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy.
To find out what we can do for you regarding NPWT please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org