Invia® NPWT Foam Dressing Kits contain hydrophobic reticulated polyurethane foam with large open cell structure intended to help promote wound healing. Use with Invia® NPWT systems.
• Invia devices have double lumen technology, which provides Intelligent Pressure Control™ and Dynamic Exudate Removal™
• Intelligent Pressure Control™ utilizes the control lumen to deliver the set pressure at the wound site, which meets the standard of care
|Acrylic adhesive drape|
|Adhesive border dressing|
|Alternative interface dressing|
|Compatible w/ topicals||●|
|Flat drain kit|
|Foam interface dressing||●|
|Gauze interface dressing|
|Interface intact when saturated||●|
|Kit components available separately|
|Moisture vapor permeable interface||●|
|Round drain kit|
|Silicone acrylic adhesive drape|
|Usable on closed wounds|
|Usable on open wounds||●|
|Educational Material Available||●|
|Free Samples/Trials Available||●|
|Published Clinical Article Available|
To apply, use clean/aseptic or sterile technique in accordance with institution protocol. The Invia® foam dressing system is only to be used by qualified and trained personnel. Dressings should be changed every 48 to 72 hours but no less than three times a week or as instructed by a clinician. The frequency of dressing changes should be based on an evaluation of the wound condition rather than standard recommendations.
Kits contain wound foam (available in three sizes), External Suction Interface (ESI) and transparent film. Neither the dressing kit nor the packaging contains natural rubber latex.
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.