Negative Pressure, Positively Simple.
Guard Medical has introduced a new device, NPseal, that is revolutionizing the standard of care for surgical patients. This simple, easy-to-use device delivers Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) and may promote wound healing while lowering the barriers of high complexity and cost. Numerous peer reviewed studies have demonstrated the utility of NPWT in reducing the risk of surgical site complications. *
NPseal helps to improve patients’ lives by freeing them to go about daily life at home as they recover, without batteries, tubes, or straps. Our vision is to provide simple healing for patients, so you can return to normal.
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Our Story. Our Vision.
Guard Medical is the medical device company behind NPseal that is focused on creating ground-breaking, cost-effective, and easy-to-use devices that advance the standard of care for surgical patients. Founded by medical professionals and industry leaders, Guard Medical is using decades of real-life expertise to develop new products that help reduce Surgical Site Infections while making Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) more accessible. We believe that all patients deserve better, smarter healing. By offering products that are easy-to-use and cost-effective, patients can benefit from proven therapies that promote healing. Guard Medical’s simple NPWT technology originated with New York-Presbyterian and Weill Cornell Medicine in response to physicians’ identification of unmet needs related to Surgical Site Infections (SSC).
NPseal helps to improves patients’ lives by freeing them to go about daily life at home as they recover,
without tubes, bags, or drains. By making NPWT therapy more accessible, Guard Medical is helping to
advance medical care and improve patient quality-of-life.
* Indications For Use per K212971
Strugala et al, Meta-Analysis of Comparative Trials Evaluating a Prophylactic Single-Use Negative Pressure Wound Therapy System for the Prevention of Surgical Site Complications, SURGICAL INFECTIONS Volume 18, Number 7, 2017
Hyldig, et al, Meta-analysis of negative-pressure wound therapy for closed surgical incisions, John Wiley &Sons on behalf of BJS Society, Ltd, 2016, 103; 477-486