Genadyne A4-NPWT Wound Vacuum System
The complete Genadyne A4-NPWT Wound Vacuum System including a small, light-weight pump. Allows for optimal freedom of movement for patients.
• Canister tubing is pre-attached for user friendliness
• Small and comfortable to enhance patient mobility
• Large display offers overview of all key data
• External power supply for patient safety
• Lock out function for security
• Intuitive user interface
The Genadyne A4-NPWT Wound Vacuum System is indicated for use in patients who would benefit from negative pressure wound therapy particularly as the device may promote wound healing by the removal of excess exudates, infectious material and tissue debris.
When used for wound healing, the Genadyne A4-NPWT Wound Vacuum System is contraindicated in the presence of: untreated malnutrition, untreated osteomyelitis, malignancy, necrotic tissue, or exposed arteries, veins, or organs.
Patients who might be taking following therapy should take precautions: untreated for malnutrition, anticoagulant therapy, suffering from difficult hemostasis, or non-compliant or combative.
|Accommodates large wounds||●|
|Accommodates small wounds||●|
|Antimicrobial interface available|
|Portable (under 1lb)||●|
|Usable on closed wounds|
|Usable on open wounds|
|Variable pressure setting|
Moderate/Highly Exudating Wounds
Begin use of the Genadyne A4-NPWT Wound Vacuum System engaging device in power supply and pressing the ON button. Insert the canister into the wire ring holder, and then connect the tube connector from the Console to Canister outlet. Connect the tubing assembly to the Canister inlet.
For maximum benefits, the health care provider should identify the deepest part of the wound, the condition and the stage of the wound to assist in the placement of the This information will be used to identify the area where the antimicrobial gauze will be applied into. It is recommended that the health care provider always apply the antimicrobial gauze into the deepest part of the wound, or the widest part of the wound, depending on the condition of the wound.
First, depending on the size of the wound, the health care provider will have us a clean scissor and cut the silicon drain accordingly. The length of the silicon drain will be determined by the length of the largest part of the wound minus 1cm. For example, if the largest part of the wound is 5cm in length, or width, simply cut the tube using a clean scissors to 4cm, beginning on the first set of holes on the tubing.
Secondly, the size of the gauze will be determined depending on the size of the wound. Each pack comes with 2 pieces of antimicrobial gauze. The gauze does have to be moistened with saline.
Thirdly, place the cut tubing on the gauze and fold the gauze over the top of the tubing.
Place the wrapped gauze into the largest part of the wound, and hold on to it while you apply the Coloplast paste below and above the drain tube on the outside of the wound. Cover the dressing with transparent film making sure there is an inch of transparent film bordering the wound and covering the area with the Coloplast paste. After that, place a medical tape over the tube to prevent the tube from moving around that may cause the dressing to have a leakage. Finally, connect the silicon drain tubing to the open end of the tubing assembly.
After completion of Phase I and Phase II of the dressing procedure above, turn the Genadyne A4-NPWT Wound Vacuum System on and you will see a sealed and compact dressing on the wound of the patient.
Canisters are recommended to be replaced every week and should not be reused from Patient A to Patient B. Used canisters should be disposed according to the guidelines for handling infected or biohazardous materials. Facilities should follow local governing guidelines regarding sanitation of disposed device components.
Only use diluted form of disinfectants or cleaning agents which is compatible with the casing. Use dampened cloth to clean the pump. Be cautious when cleaning because no liquids should enter the power unit. If the liquid goes inside of the power unit, it might cause the unit to malfunction or damage the mechanics.
8"x7"x3", 3lb. Canister is capable of holding 800cc of fluid.
Service Life (est.): 5,000 hours
Maximum Vacuum: 230mmHg
5 Liters per Minute
Power: 24 VDC, 1A
Battery Type: Li-Ion rechargeable batteries
Recharge Time: 3 hours
Safety: CSA, IEC 60601
Operating Conditions: 18°C to 34°C, 65°F to 94°F
Relative Humidity: 10% to 95
STORAGE AND SHIPPING CONDITIONS
Ambient Temperature: 0°F to 110°F, -18°C to 43°C
Relative Humidity: 10% to 95 %
Genadyne Biotechnologies manufactures pressure relieving mattress systems and advanced NPWT systems, while offering a wide variety of wound care solutions through extensive research and development.