Invia® Motion™ - Endure Negative Pressure Wound Therapy System
Invia® Motion™ - Endure Negative Pressure Wound Therapy System is for treating a variety wounds in the home and other post-acute settings as it helps patients comfortably go about daily activities for the duration of NPWT therapy.
• Starter kit contains all pump supplies
• Reduces need to retrieve and maintain equipment
• One personal pump for duration of therapy
• Visual and audible monitoring
• Four button operation
• Size and weight promote mobility
• Quiet operation and quick canister replacement
The Invia® Motion™ - Endure Negative Pressure Wound Therapy System is indicated for use on diabetic neuropathic ulcers, pressure or venous insufficiency ulcers, chronic wounds, traumatic wounds, acute or subacute wounds, dehisced wounds, partial-thickness burns, flaps and graphs.
Contraindicated for use on: malignancy of the wound, untreated osteomyelitis, non-enteric fistulas, unexplored fistulas, necrotic tissue with eschar present, exposed vasculature, exposed nerves, exposed anastomotic site of blood vessels or bypass, exposed organs.
Refer to Instructions for Use (IFU).
Store Starter Kit between 15% - 93% humidity and -20°C to 50°C (-4°F to 122°F).
1. Chadwick P, Haycocks S, Watts K. Use of a new negative pressure wound therapy system in the treatment of foot ulcers: a case study series Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Hope Hospital, Salford, UK. 2011.
2. Koppes P, Krohs U, Mares A, et al. Secondary suture in complication management of subcutaneous surgical site infections after colorectal surgery: A prospective case series using NPWT with PHMB gauze [Poster]. Presented at the Annual Symposium on Advanced Wound Care (SAWC) Spring; April 2014; Orlando, FL.
3. Pritchard B, Cadwaladr B. Clinical experience with a new negative pressure wound therapy system in the treatment of a variety of different wound types. University Health Board, Wrexham Maelor Hospital, Wrexham, UK. 2011.
|Accommodates large wounds|
|Accommodates small wounds||●|
|Antimicrobial interface available||●|
|Portable (under 1lb)||●|
|Usable on closed wounds|
|Usable on open wounds||●|
|Variable pressure setting|
|Educational Material Available||●|
|Free Samples/Trials Available|
|Published Clinical Article Available||●|
Flaps and Grafts
Preparation for Use:
Connect the canister/tubing set to the pump by inserting and rotating the canister/tubing set to secure. Prepare the carrying case by adjusting shoulder/belt strap. Insert the Motion device and canister/tubing set into the carrying case. Connect the canister tubing to the wound drain tubing or dressing interface.
Turn the device on. Default pressure setting is -125mmHg in constant therapy mode. To change pressure setting, press and hold for 3 seconds "pressure level button". Press the button until desired pressure setting is displayed on screen. Pump automatically sets after 5 seconds of no button activity.
Power Supply and Battery Management:
A fully charged battery can be expected to delivery therapy for approximately 10 hours. An acoustic signal will sound when there is approximately 30 minutes of battery life left. If the battery is fully empty, it will take approximately 4 hours to fully charge. It is recommended that the pump remain connected to an AC power source when the patient is not mobile or is resting.
Notifications and Troubleshooting:
Invia® Motion™ – Endure has four acoustic and visual notifications for effective use. Each notification has image and text troubleshooting tips for easy reconciliation.
End of Life and Disposal:
Invia® Motion™ – Endure provides NPWT therapy for a patient’s entire length of therapy. At the end of use, the pump can be kept by the patient, disposed in accordance with local disposal regulations, or returned to Medela.
Instruction video available at www.medela-healthcare.us/healthcare/university/npwt
Caution: Federal US law restricts this device to sale by of physician.
Routine dressing changes should occur every 48-72 hours. Dressing changes for infected wounds should be considered more frequently.
Dressing (wound contact layer, wound filler, wound cover, drain, External Suction Interface (ESI) should be changed every 48 to 72 hours, but no less than three times a week, or as instructed by the healthcare professional.
Change canister/tubing set when full or with dressing changes.
For use with both Invia® Gauze Dressing Kits, Foam Dressing Kits and Invia® Silverlon®.
Consists of metal, plastic, electrical and battery components.
Two years after date of delivery, if used in accordance with the Instructions for Use booklet. The manufacturer is not liable for any damage caused by incorrect operation, inappropriate usage as well as us by unauthorized persons.
Vacuum range: -60mmHg, -80mmHg, -100mmHg, -125mmHg, -150mmHg, -175mmHg
Weight: 0.88lb or 700g without canister
H x W x D: 3.9"x3.8"x2.05"
ISO 9001, 13485
CE (93/42/EEC, IIa)
Max noise level: 46db(A)
Operation of device: between 15% and 93% humidity, 5°C-40°C, and 70kPa-106kPa atmospheric pressure
Store/transport device: between 15% and 93% humidity, -20°C-50°C, and 70kPa-106kPa atmospheric pressure
Battery Type: NiMH
Battery Life During Routine Use: Approximately 10 hours
Battery Recharge Time: 4 hours
Tubing: Silicone (medical grade)
Patient Cone Connector: Polypropylene
Medela supplies health care professionals with an innovative portfolio of products and services for negative pressure wound therapy that includes devices, gauze and foam dressing kits, Invia® Silverlon® dressings and accessories.