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NPseal is a surgical dressing that delivers a therapy called Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT). The dressing features a simple pinch pump that applies and maintains gentle negative pressure that may promote wound healing. Numerous peer reviewed studies have demonstrated the utility of NPWT in reducing the risk of surgical site complications. 

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Well-Known Therapy

Numerous peer reviewed studies have demonstrated the utility of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) in reducing the risk of surgical site complications. *

Easy-to-Use

An innovative, wearable surgical dressing with an integrated pump establishes and maintains negative pressure with a few pinches.

Cost-Effective

NPseal’s cost-effective, elegant integrated design makes Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) accessible for patients.

Innovative Engineering

NPseal was engineered with proprietary features like a pinch pump with built-in pressure indicator, a hydrophilic foam pad with efficient wicking and retention, and a breathable polyurethane film that enables exudate evaporation.

How Does NPseal® Work?

Negative Pressure, Positive Experiences

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Ease-of-use
Easy, IFU instructions
Difficult, training required
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Medium to Very Large
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Vibration
Vibration-Free
Yes
Noise
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* 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

Negative Pressure Vs. Dermabond

The patient was satisfied with both scars however he preferred the scar which was dressed with the NPseal® dressing.

With the purpose of evaluating the ease of use and the aesthetic result of the NPseal negative pressure wound therapy device, a direct comparison between Dermabond closure and NPseal negative pressure wound therapy was evaluated. Laparoscopic port site incisions were dressed with either Dermabond or the NPseal negative pressure wound therapy device and aesthetic and functional outcomes were evaluated.

Right Sided Colon Cancer with Umbilical Extraction Site

On return to clinic on postoperative day 30, the umbilical extraction site was clean with no wound infection and the noticeable scar was minimal.

With the purpose of evaluating the ease of use and aesthetic result of the NPseal negative pressure wound therapy device, the NPseal negative pressure wound therapy device was placed over a midline colorectal umbilical extraction site.

Open Rectal Prolapse Repair

On return to clinic on postoperative week 4, the pfannenstiel incision site was clean with no wound infection and the noticeable scar was minimal.

With the purpose of decreasing surgical site infection and improving wound cosmesis after open pelvic surgery, a case report of the NPseal negative pressure wound therapy device over a pfannenstiel incision was completed. Wound cosmesis and exudate production were evaluated.

Hartmann’s Reversal after Acute Diverticulitis

On return to clinic on postoperative week 4, the colostomy takedown site incision was clean with no wound infection and the noticeable scar was minimal.

With the purpose of decreasing surgical site infection and improving wound cosmesis after colostomy takedown, a case report of the NPseal negative pressure wound therapy device used over the dirty wound of a Hartmann’s colostomy reversal was evaluated. Wound cosmesis and exudate production were evaluated.

Protective Ileostomy Closure after Rectal Cancer

On return to clinic on postoperative day 30 the ileostomy takedown site incision was clean with no wound infection and the noticeable scar was minimal.

With the purpose of decreasing surgical site infection and improving wound cosmesis after closing a diverting ileostomy created after low rectal cancer surgery a case report utilizing the NPseal negative pressure wound therapy device was performed. The NPseal negative pressure wound therapy device was placed over a diverting ileostomy after neoadjuvant chemoradiation and wound cosmesis and exudate production was evaluated.