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Product Type: Durable - Pumps
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Cardinal Health | Model: 6708888 |
HCPCS : E2402 RR (Medicare DME co-payment per billable unit min / max: $0.00 / $0.00)
Cardinal Health™ Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Units is a powered negative pressure wound therapy pump
CLAIMED FEATURES: Easy-to-use one-touch control for simple and intuitive user interface. Lightweight and Portable, just 15 ounces, allowing the patient to remain ambulatory during treatment.;Intermittent pressure option maintains pressure at -25mmHg to prevent loss of dressing seal and increase patient comfort.Simultaneous irrigation may be used with all Cardinal Health & trade; NWPT PRO units to further reduce the bioburden in the wound, which may translate clinically to improved wound healing outcomes. Noise Guard ensures the unit is virtually silent in its normal operation, with a well-sealed dressing increasing patient comfort and compliance.The internal battery provides up to 24 hours of operation from a single full-charge. The battery charges while the unit is operating with the AC adapter. While running on battery, a low-battery alarm will sound when the remaining capacity is less than 20%. Battery is fully charged in three hours.Therapy Guard alarms will sound for leak and low pressure, for a full canister or for a low battery.
Wound Reference does not produce, market, re-sell or distribute health care goods or services consumed by, or used on, patients.
Interface frequency of change: 1 time/ week
Interface frequency of change: 2 times/ week
Interface frequency of change: 3 times/ week
Interface: Antimicrobial
Interface: Black foam (hydrophophic polyurethane)
Interface: Gauze
Interface: Other types of foam or gauze
Interface: White foam (PVA)
Interface: Customizable to wound size/depth
Pump function: Irrigation or Instillation
Pump indication: Open abdomen
Pump indication: Post-surgical incision management
Pump power: Battery
Pump power: Electric (AC adapter)
Pump power: Mechanical
Pump settings: Continuous
Pump settings: Intermittent
Pump: Canister < or equal to 300 ml
Pump: Canister > 300 ml
Pump: Canister absent, uses dressing
Pump: Portable
Pump: Weight < 1 lb
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Negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT), with either durable or disposable devices, is a method of wound care to manage wound fluids and help wounds heal. The vacuum assisted drainage collection (i.e., NPWT) may be applied to try to cleanse the wound by removing fluids and stimulate healing.


In NPWT, your clinician will use a device that will apply negative pressure (suction) to the wound. Negative pressure is applied under airtight wound dressings to promote the healing of open wounds resistant to prior treatments.

Durable NPWT devices may operate on rechargeable or disposable batteries, or DC adapter power. These devices are sometimes heavier, larger, and louder due to presence of an electronic pump mechanism.

Rental is available for 4 months

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