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Prospera® PRO-II Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Units

  • Promotes more effective blood flow to wound site*
  • Controls the zone of hypo-perfusion surrounding the wound edge eliminating concern for ischemia*
  • Increases proliferation of new granulation tissue*
  • Gradual pressure cycling (in 5 mmHg increments)*
  • Lower than traditional pressures provides gentle tissue massage resulting in less pain and better outcomes*

Benefits of Variable Pressure Therapy (VPT®) Technology:

  • Intermittent negative pressure increases blood to the wound site more effectively than continuous negative pressure, and proliferation of new granulation tissue is significantly higher.1,2
  • Prospera® NPWT devices with VPT® technology are engineered to deliver comfortable, massaging variable pressure therapy.
  • Customizable time and pressure settings.
  • Calibrated to increase and decrease in comfortable 5mmHg increments between -40mmHg and -80mmHg, providing a gentle massaging effect.
  • Limits painful high and low pressure spikes.2,3,4
*Data on file
1. Morykwas MJ, Argenta LC, Shelton-Brown EI, McGuirt W. Vacuum-Assisted Closure: A new method for wound control and treatment: Animal studies and basic foundation. Annals of Plastic Surgery 1997;38:553-562.
2. Borquist, O., Ingemansson, R., Malmsjo, M., The Influence of Low and High Pressure Levels during Negative Pressure Wound Therapy on Wound Contraction and Fluid Evacuation. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, February 2011; 127:2: 551-559
3. Eberlein T, Fendler H, Ahearn C. Using a new technique for negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) for the management of chronic, non-healing wounds. SAWC 2008, San Diego
4. Eberlein T, Fendler H. Using a new technique of negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT), Variable Pressure Therapy (VPT) for the management of chronic, non-healing wounds. JWOCN May/June 2009;36(35):S23
5. Malmsjö, M., Gustafsson, L., Lindstedt, S., Gesslein, B., & Ingemansson, R. (2012). The Effects of Variable, Intermittent, and Continuous Negative Pressure Wound Therapy, Using Foam or Gauze, on Wound Contraction, Granulation Tissue Formation, and Ingrowth Into the Wound Filler. Eplasty, 12, e5
Product # Description Qty / Case
NP-2000 PRO-II® NPWT Pump 1
NP-2000GPS PRO-II® with Remote Monitoring 1
*Variable Pressure Therapy is a registered trademark of Prospera.

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