Guard Medical

Smarter healing for everyone

We believe that all patients deserve smarter healing. NPseal is a simple, easy-to-use dressing that 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. *

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Product Code Description Quantity
NPseal 5: For closed surgical
incisions up to 5cm in length
10 units/box
NPseal 10: For closed surgical
incisions up to 10cm in length
10 units/box
NPseal 15: For closed surgical
incisions up to 15cm in length
10 units/box

NPseal® Specifications


The NPseal Negative Pressure Surgical Dressing System is a single-use device that includes an integrated, mechanical pump solution. The NPseal maintains Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) in the -75mmHg to -125mm Hg nominal range.

Highlighted Features
  1. Proprietary pinch pump with built-in pressure indicator
  2. Breathable polyurethane film encourages evaporation of exudate
  3. High performing foam pad
Indications for Use

NPseal is indicated for patients who would benefit from wound management via application of negative pressure, particularly as the device may promote wound healing through the removal of small amounts of exudate from closed surgical incisions.

* Indications For Use per K240244

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.