Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT Rental) – Medical Devices Pipeline Assessment 2016

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT Rental) – Medical Devices Pipeline Assessment 2016

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GlobalData’s Medical Devices sector report, “Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) – Medical Devices Pipeline Assessment, 2016″ provides an overview of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) currently in pipeline stage.

The report provides comprehensive information on the pipeline products with comparative analysis of the products at various stages of development. The report reviews major players involved in the pipeline product development. It also provides information about clinical trials in progress, which includes trial phase, trial status, trial start and end dates, and, the number of trials for the key Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) pipeline products.

*Note: Certain sections in the report may be removed or altered based on the availability and relevance of data in relation to the equipment type.

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Scope

– Extensive coverage of the Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) under development
– The report reviews details of major pipeline products which includes, product description, licensing and collaboration details and other developmental activities
– The report reviews the major players involved in the development of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) and list all their pipeline projects
– The coverage of pipeline products based on various stages of development ranging from Early Development to Approved / Issued stage
– The report provides key clinical trial data of ongoing trials specific to pipeline products
– Recent developments in the segment / industry

Reasons to buy

The report enables you to –
– Formulate significant competitor information, analysis, and insights to improve R&D strategies
– Identify emerging players with potentially strong product portfolio and create effective counter-strategies to gain competitive advantage
– Identify and understand important and diverse types of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) under development
– Develop market-entry and market expansion strategies
– Plan mergers and acquisitions effectively by identifying major players with the most promising pipeline
– In-depth analysis of the product’s current stage of development, territory and estimated launch date

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Table of Content :

1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) – Pipeline Products by Stage of Development 5
Table 2: Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) – Pipeline Products by Territory 6
Table 3: Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) – Pipeline Products by Regulatory Path 7
Table 4: Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) – Pipeline Products by Estimated Approval Date 8
Table 5: Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) Companies – Pipeline Products by Stage of Development 9
Table 6: Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) – Pipeline Products by Stage of Development 10
Table 7: Adept Medical Limited Pipeline Products & Ongoing Clinical Trials Overview 11
Table 8: Wound Pressure Device – Product Status 11
Table 9: Wound Pressure Device – Product Description 11
Table 10: Applied Tissue Technologies LLC Pipeline Products & Ongoing Clinical Trials Overview 12
Table 11: Next Generation Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Device – Product Status 12
Table 12: Next Generation Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Device – Product Description 12
Table 13: Invacare Corporation Pipeline Products & Ongoing Clinical Trials Overview 13
Table 14: Negative-Pressure Wound Therapy System – Product Status 14
Table 15: Negative-Pressure Wound Therapy System – Product Description 14
Table 16: LifeMedix, LLC Pipeline Products & Ongoing Clinical Trials Overview 15
Table 17: Negative Pressure Wound Care Device – Product Status 15
Table 18: Negative Pressure Wound Care Device – Product Description 15
Table 19: Montana State University Pipeline Products & Ongoing Clinical Trials Overview 16
Table 20: Tissue Cooling Negative Pressure Wound Therapy System – Product Status 17
Table 21: Tissue Cooling Negative Pressure Wound Therapy System – Product Description 17
Table 22: Shieldheart Medtech AB Pipeline Products & Ongoing Clinical Trials Overview 18
Table 23: ShieldHeart Protection Device – Product Status 18
Table 24: ShieldHeart Protection Device – Product Description 18
Table 25: Smith & Nephew Plc Pipeline Products & Ongoing Clinical Trials Overview 19
Table 26: RENASYS 3 – Product Status 20
Table 27: RENASYS 3 – Product Description 20

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Acelity (formerly KCI NPWT rental) introduces TIELLE Foam Dressing Family in US

Acelity (formerly KCI NPWT rental) introduces TIELLE Foam Dressing Family in US

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Thursday, April 14, 2016, 17:00 Hrs  [IST]

Acelity, a global advanced wound care and regenerative medicine company, announced that its TIELLE Foam Dressing Family is now available in the United States. The TIELLE Dressing Family expands the industry-leading advanced wound therapeutics portfolio from Acelity. This expansion complements a broad range of existing solutions for chronic and acute wounds and provides clinicians with efficient and cost-effective options for treating patients.

The company announced the availability of these products at the joint meeting of the Symposium of Advanced Wound Care and the Wound Healing Society (SAWC Spring/WHS) in Atlanta.

“Our goal was to reinvigorate the range of proven TIELLE Dressings and introduce it to clinicians here in the US who are seeking effective solutions for all patients, including the most compromised,” said Joe Woody, president and chief executive officer of Acelity. “We aim to strengthen our partnership with nurses and physicians by broadening our platform to include an extensive range of dressings, advancements in negative pressure technology and new innovations designed to help speed healing for patients and reduce the overall cost of care.”

The TIELLE Foam Dressing Family was designed to meet the needs of healthcare professionals, including exudate management and reduced pain for the patient at dressing removal.

The TIELLE Hydropolymer Dressings – TIELLE Silicone Border and TIELLE Non-Adhesive – include the unique LIQUALOCK Advanced Absorption Technology which locks fluid away to help prevent leakage and maceration. Both dressings are intended to manage a range of exudate levels in partial or full thickness wounds. They are designed to help maintain a moist wound healing environment through the combination of fluid absorption and moisture vapor transfer rate (MVTR), and to be worn for up to seven days depending on the wound condition and exudate levels, which may help reduce the number of dressing changes and associated cost, a benefit for patients, payors and providers.

TIELLE Silicone Border is intended to manage a range of exudate levels in partial or full thickness wounds. The soft silicone adhesive spans the full extent of the dressing, allowing for gentle removal, helping to minimise pain and trauma for the patient.

TIELLE Non-Adhesive is a low profile dressing, which supports patient comfort and may be cut to size.

TIELLE ESSENTIAL Foam Dressings provide a range of economical foam dressings designed to absorb moderate to heavy exudate, maintaining a moist healing environment to aid in the healing process for chronic and acute wounds. The range of new available dressings includes: TIELLE ESSENTIAL Non-Adhesive and Heel; TIELLE ESSENTIAL Border; TIELLE ESSENTIAL Silicone Border; TIELLE ESSENTIAL Silicone Border Sacrum; TIELLE ESSENTIAL Silicone

“Acelity will continue to strengthen our portfolio of wound care and regenerative medicine products to provide clinicians the most options at every step of the care continuum – from the O.R., to the hospital room and at home,” said Woody.

Systagenix, an Acelity company, introduced the TIELLE Hydropolymer Dressing range in Europe in 1992. In 2013, KCI commercialised Negative Pressure Wound Therapy with the introduction of the V.A.C. Therapy System in 1995 and then strengthened its position in the global wound therapeutics industry by acquiring Systagenix in 2012, increasing the company’s ability to offer best-in-class products across the wound care continuum. In 2014, KCI, Systagenix, and LifeCell, a developer of tissue repair products, combined to form Acelity, a global corporation devoted to the art and science of healing.

Providers benefit from ‘simplified’ NPWT (NPWT pump rental)

Providers benefit from ‘simplified’ NPWT

Simplified negative pressure wound therapy systems can provide healing results comparable to more complex systems, a new study shows.

Some advanced NPWT Rental systems are too complex for routine use and are not cost- effective for many healthcare providers, according to investigators from Brazil’s Bahia State General Hospital.

Researchers treated patients with difficult-to-manage wounds using a “simplified” NPWT REntal system that’s quieter, easier to use and more widely available than the “gold standard” systems, they said.

Healing of the wounds treated with the simplified system was found to be satisfactory in 87% of the cases, and had low complication rates.

Those results show promise for healthcare facilities with limited resources or fewer trained staff members, researchers said.

In addition to positive healing outcomes, the simplified system also saved money. Typical NPWT rental costs range from $700 to $3,450 per patient each week, while the simplified system cost around $390 per person each week and $174 for each vacuum dressing.

Results of the study appear in the February issue of Wounds.

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) Global 2016 Clinical Trials Review,

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) Global 2016 Clinical Trials Review, ” provides an detailed overview of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) scenario.

Report includes top line data relating on Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT Rental) Global clinical trials scenario.
This report on Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) also includes an review of trial numbers as well as their ( Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) ) average enrollment in uppermost/top countries which are conducted worldwide.
Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) report also covers disease clinical trials by country (G7 & E7), sponsor type, region, trial status as well as end points status.
Report Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) also Includes prominent drugs for in-progress trials (Note: based on number of ongoing trials).

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Scope of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) Report:-

1. This report includes a snapshot of worldwide clinical trials landscape on Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) scenario.
2. Report on Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) also provides top level data related to the Global clinical trials by country (G7 & E7), sponsor type, region, trial status as well as end points status on Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) scenario
3. Report reviews top companies involved in Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) as well as provides enlists all trials (Trial title, Phase, and Status) pertaining to the company on Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) scenario.
4. This report provides all the unaccomplished trials on Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) scenario (Withdrawn, Terminated and Suspended) with reason for unaccomplishment on Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) .
5. Report on Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) provides enrollment trends for the past five years.
6. Report provides latest news for the past three months
7. Report Also Includes Top news in past 3 months on Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) clinical trials review scenario.

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Ethicon, 3M, Covidien and Various Local Manufacturers Compete in Growing Indian Wound and Tissue Management Market by Idataresearch

Ethicon, 3M, Covidien and Various Local Manufacturers Compete in Growing Indian Wound and Tissue Management Market

In 2015, the Tissue Sealant Market Exhibited the Highest Growth Rates in India; This Market Includes Fibrin, Protein-Based and Synthetic Tissue Sealants From Ethicon, Baxter and Reliance Life Science

VANCOUVER, BC–(Marketwired – March 31, 2016) – According to a new series of reports on the Indian market for wound and tissue management by iData Research (www.idataresearch.com), India has been rapidly adopting more advanced technologies for wound care. As surgeons and hospitals become aware of the increased benefits and long-term cost savings associated with anti-adhesion and tissue sealant products, the adoption rates will rise. Each of the advanced dressing markets is expected to grow rapidly over the forecast period. As a result, these markets will represent a larger proportion of the total wound management market by 2022.

In contrast, traditional wound care techniques and many other wound closure devices are very well-known to healthcare professionals in India. Increasing numbers of laparoscopic procedures has resulted in growing demand for the premium-priced endoscopic staplers, which has significantly contributed to the growth of the wound closure market. These products are generally less expensive than more advanced wound care products, which will contribute to continued customer demand. Therefore wherever possible, traditional dressings are preferred over the expensive moist and antimicrobial dressings, especially since there is no reimbursement for advanced wound dressings in India.

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pronto customer notificatin application NPWT Pump Rentals

Pronto Customer Notification Application for NPWT Rental Companies is now LIVE!

Pronto Customer Notification Application for NPWT Rental Companies is now LIVE!

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Pronto is a patented customer notification application for durable medical equipment companies that are currently have NPWT rentals in their inventory portfolio.

Email reminders are the quickest way to connect with your customers, to provide your customer notice, that there are only two wound dressings left in their inventory.

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Equinox Medical announces Pronto Customer Notification Application For NPWT Rental Management

INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY GIVING CUSTOMERS AN ADDITIONAL SAFEGUARD ON NPWT REFILLS .

Smithfield, RI, March 22,2016

Equinox Medical Introduces Pronto a Customer Notification Application to Help Bring NPWT Dealers and Their Customers Equinox Medical, LLC, developer of negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) foam dressings, NPWT pump systems and NPWT advanced software, announced today that it will officially launch Pronto: Customer Notification Application. Pronto is a software application that was designed to help a NPWT dealer and their customers communicate via email. The automated email software application was created and designed to help bring a new way to communicate with every customer using NPWT products. This refill ordering process is easier and much more efficient. Pronto, will send an email reminder to any customer, who only has 2 foam dressing kits left in their inventory.

Pronto’s Features and Benefits: 
  • Every NPWT dealer will have an accurate invoice and report at the end of each month.
  • All order refills will be automated. Your customers will have 24hr access to their NPWT business.
  • The patients inventory and supplies will be accounted for on a daily, weekly and   monthly basis.
  • Pronto will reduce costly last minute orders, overnight shipping and same day   delivery.
  • Every customer can simply refill an order via email without having to call for a   reorder, saving time  and stress.
Pronto can be used by every clinician and NPWT dealer. It can be accessed via internet thru and encrypted HIPPA compliant server. The application is a proactive approach in providing a high tech communication solution to every NPWT dealer and their customers. Pronto is being offered for a 30 days FREE Trial. For more product information, please visit  Pronto Application or Free Webinar
EQUINOX MEDICAL, LLC
About EquinoxO2 Medical, LLC Equinoxo2 Medical, LLC, headquartered in Smithfield, RI is a privately held medical device company focused on the development of advanced wound healing technology. Equinox is dedicated to developing and designing innovative wound care products that are cost effective and delivers significant clinical outcomes. Our goal and strategy is to improve a patient’s quality of life. Our passion and dedication is to provide a better solution in repairing and healing the human body. For more information, please visit www.equinoxo2.com. Media Contact Gary Schear, Vice President of International and USA Sales Telephone: 800-504-3150 Ext 104 Email: Gary@equinoxo2.com
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Equinox Medical Latest “NPWT Black Foam Wound Dressing Clinical Webinar” By Holly Desimone, RN, BSN, WCC

Equinox Medical Latest “NPWT Black Foam Wound Dressing Clinical Webinar” By Holly Desimone, RN, BSN, WCC

Back On January 28, 2016 held a free clinical webinar on “NPWT Black Foam Wound Dressing Standard Application” hosted by Holly Desimone, RN, BSN, WCC.

Discussed what its inside the Equinox Medical  negative pressure wound therapy black foam wound dressing kits.

What is inside the UNI NPWT Wound Dressing Kit?

  1. Hydrophobic Black foam wound dressing
  2. UNI NPWT Drape
  3. UNI NPWT Dome Pad (suction dome)
  4. UNI Adapter

What tools you need before placing the wound dressing?

  • Pair of sharp scissors
  • Skin Prep
  • Oil Emulsion
  • Saline Bullets
  • Ruler (to measure the wound)

Video Transcript Below:

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from a company I’m clinical
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anybody else on I see a 570 and I was wondering who I was talking to a couple
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of contraindications negative pressure in the past I’ve used it yes ok so we’ll
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just sort of fly through this I always tell people know ask our present when
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the sloth level of course have always preferred that it be depleted out but
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maybe if you had like 5 or 10% of sale of you could put negative pressure on
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you could still get that automatic debridement of course you don’t ever
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want to use it over pacemaker where a malignancy was actually present have
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been in any way surgically take it out we just don’t want to put anything
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doctrinaire untreated osteo of course explores blood vessels nerves and
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Oregon’s anything like that but I always say is just use really really extreme
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caution when the leading shoes anti-coagulant a lot of people you are
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on come within happen and they still going negative pressure
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if there’s a type of bleeding warnings or anything like that
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let me know don’t let me know but definitely sort of walk away from it if
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the person had a shot to believe me I know sometimes the doctors like to put
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it on but I always sort of say I I still feel like I was like a 24 hour ago
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against doctors orders but sometimes I have in the past call the doctors and
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just asked unexplored official is once you know where the official is going in
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the physician can make a decision and always read all the book any negative
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pressure or just go through the book make sure you really know what you doing
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with the negative pressure on and how to properly use the machine but you’d be
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surprised some of the calls I got people really you may know it very well but
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some people really are on here so different ones that are sort of
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appropriate and of course this is not i mean every situation but these are just
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some things that they’ve been used in the past when should you see him all the
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time
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sort of had to have to figure out what made one chronic and then a lot of times
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the negative pressure has been known
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stimulate and every once in a while so kick start that once again I material
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most of the time you’ll see that has to be protected
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something in the air to protect if there’s attention exposed or anything
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times a good opportunity is to put in something like and diabetic ulcers
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pressure ulcers stage two three four and then of course you’ll also see them use
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with grass as well and sometimes you’ll see them run at a lower setting it was
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natural growth graft by Patricia I saw that you joined in
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just by Patricia I did see that you joined in
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Patricia can you hear me
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ok so far anyway we’ll just keep going and maybe Patricia maybe you can write
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me a note or something to let me know that you can hear me quickly I’m going
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to educate you on the basics contraindications techniques and things
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like that and then this is my email here so if by any chance you want any
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information from me you can email me here and there are other opportunities
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to do clinical education says well okay so here’s the kid ok and like I said
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this is the unique platform dressing kit is completely sterile so when you get
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everything pretty much everything inside that you’re going to need you need a few
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extra things but this is what comes inside the kit you have no one to three
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drape it is very easy to use
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you’ll have your black foam and it will depend in large depending on what you
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need at that time here is your don’t and it’s basically like
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starting really good with extra I can try to assess the one that I think this
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is the biggest thing that I always say anything you want to say this is where
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you really want to know your mornings and contraindications is appropriate
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so we’re going to be doing this weekend today and I have gotten a few calls in
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the past about well why would you put the dome on this carrier because should
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be bridge but this is not a bridging video so when I do is I do put it here
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just for the safe I don’t have a lot of opportunities on the moon but I do have
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other ones that would actually create bridges between and as she conceived
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technically this would not be appropriate because here we have our
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black US car so we definitely would not want to put up signs all over that on
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here we have some potential of osteo has a whole bunch of stuff but again I’m
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using this is a sample so just so you know I’m just gonna do very well and it
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is important to irrigate I I know some nurses will just like poor little in but
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especially when using the black phone there’s the potential telling small
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particles and if the small particles in the air sometimes they sorta get
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mistaken as tissue things like that so just know that we’re measuring the wound
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and you’re probably gonna want to document that again for your fertility
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protocol most likely every week so here we can prob around the edges of the just
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as a barrier there is an on Steam version takes a little bit longer to dry
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but I think the patients appreciate it you may also decide to protect this area
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further with either so uptight song during whatever your facility protocol
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is for window pane e ok so this is not put this in here and just so you have it
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does not comment to get this is contact but because I do have a bone I want to
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make sure I protect that area and this is one thing that you can use
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I’m used that protect exposed bone it also helps in to utilize it to prevent
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any type of sticking to the water bad this is an there’s a few different file
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motions requests I think this one is like an Adaptec or something you just
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don’t want to use one with us
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oil based I think if you’ve ever used in their song that very thick oil that
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would not be appropriate to use and of course you need a doctor’s order to be
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able to put this and and the only other thing an ad about the real emotions just
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be careful to avoid it does sort of disappear on the wound bed and blend in
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so you just want to make sure whatever goes and comes back out
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so this is the white phone the hydrophilic phone the difference the
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black phone is hydrophobic it does not like water so that’s why everything
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passes through very well it also doesn’t contain it doesn’t get soft up white
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foam actually likes moisture on it’s a great thing
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undermining tunneling
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may be protecting an area there’s more sensitive if you do a problem with the
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wind really sticking or something like that maybe putting this down again
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need a physician’s order to add this but this phone has sort of a higher tensile
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strength so it makes it a really good option for you know protecting those
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areas
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undermining in the tunnel yet we can’t really see him so I you just always and
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I think I have a picture of it
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ok I’m going to cut this is the reason I’m doing this is all my room to help
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them undermining so I want to cut the white phone away from my bed so I know
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fibers but we’ll see the white film is great you don’t get many fibers at all
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now I’m gonna police into the wound bad gently and as you can see undermining
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somewhere up like that so this is in they have you can see that’s quite a
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long tail have left and I like really big tails on things because I want to
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make sure that in no way could this get lost
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platform I’m gonna get fantastic parish says hers because sometimes when I’m
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gonna wanna do is I might have to fillet a fish and make the DEP more shallow for
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example even on this one I have to sort of come down a little on one side
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because it’s just that it’s just too much phone
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so I cut my black foam to fit my bed again away from away from my warm bed
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soon or fragments go in and then place it in and you’ll see here just as
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exaggerated example I made sure they came up higher because it compresses
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down I wanted to compress almost level I don’t want it to be like a holla when
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you work with this one but it really impresses down really well so you might
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see a little bit hollow leader now I wait for me in my black home in
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everybody does things different people cut their whole after a place here to
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read what I like to do is determine where I want my hole to be on my great
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figure how much I can cut away like I don’t have that much on my mind you know
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my margins doubling wanna be out of here so I get a nice good seal but this help
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me determine they can cut the hole right here I what I do is I actually caught us
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so I feel like a little nickel size allowed and that way represent prevents
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any ripping my hole is nice and round it’s not a slip sometimes you get when
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you lift the trade when you go to do it and then later you end up with a nice
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little and then I want to make sure that my whole line over the center of my
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phone for best results
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love the Strip District was created definitely with a nurse in mind
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energy of you guys that a listen I think there was somebody else joins us well
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anybody listening the nightmares of draped with gloves this is not a
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nightmare treat this is fantastic i’m able to hold here
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great number one thing I can flip it over her position at some holes in the
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middle and then very lightly go around and just make sure that I’m in here down
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I don’t press my black home I just sitting around and want some I’ll put
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like a little tiny be your something where maybe I have to follow the career
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since it’s important to do that so here again I’m just doing everything very
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gently on sealing edges i dont wanna pull on the tree I don’t a lot of times
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that’s nothing keeping a treat to talk not a good thing because then the soon
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as the patient gets up and you end up having buckles and it starts to cum alot
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of the skin and that’s not what it really needs to follow those body curves
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so that doesn’t happen now I’m just removing great number two and as you can
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see I lift up the side and a call from the bottom so if you’re not used to that
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type of a dream that’s where that is that little clout is underneath
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and then I just press that down gently and neatly and follow my body
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contractors and then I’m able to pull off that pollute out at the end
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ok so this is number three what you can do is you gonna hold this blue tab here
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and as you can see there’s little straight edge just grab this raided
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edged up number three nothing sixty hymns is no issues at all and no
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struggling with the removal of the top three and then you can pull off your
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caps I was a little too quick on that but they pull up very nicely this is
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what you’re left with it as you can see if the patient was to get up this one
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bottle because I just made this will be here to make it a little bit easier
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alright here’s a little video and this is how you do the new domes
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is extremely user friendly as you can tell and then House pl to you can see
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the Astros are going this way and then appealed to on this side of the arrows
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coming this way and then just a number three that’s just don’t hold in tier so
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what we’re gonna be doing is we’re gonna be lining up are doing with the whole
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that we’ve gotten a transparent tree do that by just he’s only number 11 have
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number one can see you gonna do it with just started where actual beings gonna
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come out I’m gonna make sure the holes are completely lined up so that we don’t
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end up having any blockages and we’re very gently to spin around edges then
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we’re gonna grab your number two you can tell you it’s just left and thats and
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these are number three that while this is his last year
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take another crucial can now are to be connected to canister and turn it on
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going to check the doctor’s orders what he actually quite a few millimeters of
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mercury just to doublecheck gonna turn it on and you’re gonna be good to go
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and very very good meaning nurses because what we want is once this is
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done and it’s taking awhile God knows that sometimes you want to keep it on so
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people will put transparent trip began over this whole area and that actually
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causes like an airlock within it needs a transmission oxygen to some degree so
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therefore
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and alarming later on I might take a little while but you want to belong so
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we don’t want to cover the stone had we might have to put some extra things like
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that just two extra protective
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that done we’ve connected to the canister and we compress picture was
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taken but it’s all compressed and then here you can do all different things I
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just happen to have a little piece of extra weight foam so I cut a little
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tunnel I’ll because this patient happen to have very very bad skin integrity and
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we’re worried about the tubing so there was an idea or you can do all different
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things I then created like little Chevron or something
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taped the tubing down is that some point you don’t want this to be pulling up and
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then pulling this pop up because although it won’t completely break seal
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it will cause alarms to go off and drive nurses crazy and I don’t want that to
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happen this is just one way another way that way is this is natural Chevron just
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putting the Chevron putting it down and making sure everything is completely
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healed him up so that again you’re not gonna be sitting here and saying oh my
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god this was a very simple basic of course there’s also bridging there is
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bridging to offload this bridging two together some reasons you would do Y
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port versus a bridge things like that so they come up in other mixed up w
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abridging video next month they do want to thank you for joining me today in
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what I would love is as people do I put my Holly WCC @ yahoo.com and what my
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hope is that people realize these are
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you know these I just given for the ability of helping out people so please
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look at my other products please call me if you have any other educational hero
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and please email me with where you’re from I know I have Taylor patricia is
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Caroline today so please email me with you know your thoughts and also where
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you’re from things like that so that as I get things like an email you were to
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tease and things like that but thank you very much for today I hope you enjoyed
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the webinar alright by anybody have any questions
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forgot to ask that hollywood you do give me that email address again in fact I
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don’t know what about screen doesn’t come off its Holly H O L ly WCC @
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yahoo.com so it’s Holly we don’t care certified initials at yahoo.com and I’ll
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also give you my number my number as I think I have a nurse’s on my numbers 40
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key are there you know work with a certain product it’s great to know what
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you know and sort of make up a nice little collaboration of nurses so feel
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thank you you’re very welcome I hope everybody enjoyed it and my next one
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thank you have a great day

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Free Clinical Webinar “NPWT Black Foam Wound Dressing Bridging Two Wounds Application by Holly Desimone, RN, BSN, WCC

Free Clinical Webinar Black Foam Wound Dressing Bridging Application, Holly Desimone, Wound Nurse In New England

Equinox Medical is offering Free Clinical Webinar on February 26, 2016 at 10:00 AM Eastern Standard Time.

The webinar will cover how to use your negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) black foam wound dressing when you have to bridge two wounds.

Bridging Two Wounds

Bridging between 2 black foam is a technique that may be useful to either incorporate more than one wound to one Halo MINI NPWT Pump unit or as a method to bring the suction from a site less assessable to a more convenient site, such as taking suction from a plantar wound to placing the suction at the dorsum of the foot. This may also be a useful method to move tubing away from an area already compromised to prevent breakdown from the tubing itself.

Webinar is hosted by:

Holly Desimone, RN, BSN, WCC and Joey Mallari, Product Marketing Manager at Equinox Medical