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Invia Motion® Negative Pressure Wound Therapy System

Invia Motion® Negative Pressure Wound Therapy System is for treating a variety of NPWT wounds in the acute, extended and, home care settings. Available in 3 different settings (15 day, 60 day, and Endure 3 years).

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Medela, LLC

Medela provides 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.
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Invia® NPWT Systems contain a double lumen with Intelligent Pressure Control™ and Dynamic Exudate™ technology
• Intelligent Pressure Control technology ensures the set pressure is delivered at the wound bed
• Dynamic Exudate Removal technology actively prevents tubing blockages
• Provides NPWT across the continuum of care - from hospital to home
• Clear user interface supported by four buttons and a digital display
• Discreet carrying case, battery autonomy of 10 hours, and compact design for comfort and mobility
• Preset pressure settings from -40mmHg to -175mmHg (-125mmHg default setting)
• Easy and secure tubing attachment with the quick-connector
• Choice of therapy run times to meet clinical needs (15-day, 60-day, Endure 3 years)
• Delivers the convenience of a personal pump while offering clinical flexibility with a choice of pressure settings, therapy modes, and compatibility with both foam and gauze dressings
• Appropriate for use in all patient care settings
• Small blockages in the tubing are resolved by the pump
• Clinicians and patients are notified of any unresolved blockages


The Invia Motion® NPWT system is appropriate for the following indications: acute or subacute wounds, chronic wounds, dehisced wounds, pressure injuries, diabetic/neuropathic ulcers, venous insufficiency ulcers, traumatic wounds, partial-thickness burns, flaps and grafts, and closed surgical incisions.


The Invia Motion® NPWT system is contraindicated in the presence of: necrotic tissue with eschar present, untreated osteomyelitis, non-enteric and unexplored fistulas, malignancy in the wound, exposed vasculature, exposed nerves, exposed anastomotic site of blood vessels or bypasses, or exposed organs.

Warnings and Precautions

Refer to Instructions for Use (IFU).

Storage Requirements

Store Starter Kit between 15% and 93% humidity and -20° to 50°C (-4° to 122°F).

How Supplied/Sizing
Available through durable medical equipment (DME) providers and direct to hospitals through Medela USA.
Product features
check_circle Accommodates large wounds
check_circle Accommodates small wounds
check_circle Adjustable PSI
check_circle Antimicrobial interface available
check_circle Battery-operated
check_circle Disposable
check_circle Foam interface
check_circle Gauze interface
cancel Instillation function
check_circle Intermittent-pressure setting
cancel Irrigation function
check_circle Portable (under 1lb)
cancel Single-use – 10 days
cancel Single-use – 15 days
cancel Single-use – 30 days
cancel Single-use – 7 days
check_circle Touchscreen
check_circle Usable on closed wounds
check_circle Usable on open wounds
check_circle Variable pressure setting
Other features
check_circle Educational Material Available
cancel Free Samples/Trials Available
check_circle Published Clinical Article Available
Recommended Use

Acute Wounds
Cavity Wounds
Chronic Wounds
Deep Wounds
Dehisced Wounds
Diabetic Foot
Diabetic/Neuropathic Ulcers
Flaps and Grafts
Granulating/Epithelializing Wounds
Moderate/Highly Exudating Wounds
Open Wounds
Palliative Wounds
Partial-Thickness Burns
Pressure Ulcers
Surgical Wounds
Traumatic Wounds
Venous Ulcers

Mode of Use/Application

Refer to Instructions for Use (IFU).

Removal & Change Frequency

Routine dressing changes should occur every 48-72 hours. Consider more frequent dressing changes for infected wounds.

Dressing (wound contact layer, wound filler, wound cover, drain, and external suction interface (ESI)) should be changed every 48 to 72 hours, but no less than 3 times a week, or as instructed by the health care professional.

Change canister/tubing set when full or with dressing changes.

Additional Recommended Dressings

For use with both Invia® Gauze Dressing Kits, Invia® Foam Dressing Kits, and Invia® Silverlon®.


Consists of metal, plastic, electrical, and battery components.


Refer to Instructions for Use (IFU).

Clinically Tested


Technical Specifications

Vacuum range: -60mmHg, -80mmHg, -100mmHg, -125mmHg, -150mmHg, -175mmHg
Flow: 1 L/min
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: 46 db(A)
Operation of device: between 15% and 93% humidity, 5°C to 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

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