Wound Care Supplies & Accessories

Adhering to the highest standards in healthcare, our supplies and accessories are made of the highest quality and best materials, ensuring optimal performance and reliability.

WoundPro™ and WoundPro+™ Dressing Kits

Choose from our Basic or Advanced Series Foam Dressing Kits, both meeting the highest healthcare standards with top-quality materials to suit your budget and preferences. Read more about the differences between Basic and Advanced Dressing Kits.

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Basic Dressing Kit

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A budget-friendly alternative for individuals looking for a cost-effective solution.

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Includes 10 dressing kits, each containing hydrophobic foam wound dressings, a single-lumen StingRay™ Suction Bell, adhesive drape(s), an easy-to-use hose clamp, and a skin prep pad.
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The soft, low profile single-lumen StingRay™ Suction Bell offers a larger surface area to provide secure adhesion to the outer drape.
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The easy-to-use hose clamp ensures airtight canister or dressing changes, promoting efficient wound care.
Advanced wound care supplies that promote healing

Advanced Dressing Kit

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An ideal solution for those seeking the best and most accurate pressure readings and wound care.
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Includes 10 dressing kits, each containing hydrophobic foam wound dressings, a dual-lumen StingRay™ Suction Bell, adhesive drapes, error-proof, quick connect tubing connectors, and a skin prep pad.
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The new dual-lumen StingRay™ Suction Bell ensures the most accurate pressure readings at the wound site.
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The error-proof, quick-connect tubing connectors ensure airtight and proper connections with an audible click.

MicroDoc® Dressing Kit

The MicroDoc® Complete Dressing Kit is meticulously crafted to enhance the functionality of the MicroDoc® Control Unit. It includes:

  • Enluxtra™ Self-Adaptive Treatment Dressings
  • Mini StingRay™ Suction Bell
  • Adhesive Drapes
  • Skin Prep Pad
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WoundPro™ and WoundPro+™ Collection Canisters

Pensar Medical™ provides a variety of Collection Canister sizes and styles, offering users flexibility when using either the WoundPro™ or WoundPro+™ control units.

  • WoundPro™ Canisters Available in 300cc or 800cc
  • WoundPro+™ available in 300 cc
  • Tubes Available in 5’ or 8’ lengths

Collection Canister Features

Discrete Semi-Opaque Walls

Semi-opaque walls allow users to easily measure the level of the exudate, while obscuring the canister’s contents.

Flexible Tubing Lengths

Choose between 5' or 8' tubing lengths to conveniently position the control unit anywhere in the patient's room. Extension tubing is also available for Advanced Collection Canisters.

Easily Detachable

Collection Canisters can be easily attached or detached from the control unit with the simple touch of a button, eliminating the need for any dismantling or opening of the control unit when performing canister changes.

Security Ring Prevents Backflow

The hydrophilic foam security ring inside the canister eliminates fluid from inadvertently exiting the canister and flowing back to the patient or into the control unit.

Gelling Packet Reduces Spillage

Collection Canisters comes with a gelling packet inside, to eliminate spills during canister changes.

Deodorizing Packet Included

Collection Canisters come with a deodorizing packet to help reduce odors during the therapy and eliminate any residual odors after therapy.

Basic Collection Canisters

Basic Collection Canister Options
  • 300cc Canister with 5’ Tubing
  • 300cc Canister with 8’ Tubing
  • 800cc Canister with 5’ Tubing
  • 800cc Canister with 8’ Tubing
  • A cost-effective solution designed to be used with the Basic Dressing Kit.
  • Connects to a single-lumen tubing system, allowing for the easy flow of fluids or air.
  • Features an easily detachable "plug" on the canister for disposal, preventing exudate in the tubes from leaking during changes.

Advanced Collection Canisters

Advanced Collection Canister Options
  • 300cc Canister with 5’ Tubing
  • 300cc Canister with 8’ Tubing
  • 800cc Canister with 5’ Tubing
  • 800cc Canister with 8’ Tubing
  • Specifically designed to complement the enhanced capabilities of the Advanced Dressing Kit.
  • Equipped with a dual-lumen tubing system to connect with our StingRay™ Suction Bell, enhancing pressure monitoring accuracy.
  • Features Sure Lock connectors for leak-proof hose connections, eliminating the need for clamps during dressing or canister changes. Provides a simple twist and lock mechanism to prevent spills during canister changes and disposal.

WoundPro™ and WoundPro+™ Supplies

Pensar Medical™ offers a comprehensive selection of wound care supplies, meticulously designed to empower healthcare providers to deliver Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) with precision and flexibility, ultimately ensuring the highest level of patient care and convenience.

Wound Dressings

Hydrophobic Foam Dressings

Our FDA510(k) Medical Grade Hydrophobic Foam Dressings meet rigorous quality standards. With an ideal pore size for effective exudate removal, their robust tensile strength and non-absorbent nature help maintain moist environment and clean wound bed.

Hydrophobic Foam Dressings With Silver

Our Hydrophobic Foam Dressings with Silver harness the antimicrobial properties of silver for wound healing and infection prevention. Designed for comfort, these dressings create a sterile, breathable, and moist environment, making them versatile for various wound applications.

Hydrophilic Foam Dressings

Our Hydrophilic Foam Dressings, made of white foam, are sterile primary or secondary dressings tailored for wounds with moderate to heavy exudate. Featuring a highly absorbent central hydrocellular foam layer, these dressings effectively manage wound drainage while maintaining a moist healing environment.

StingRay™ Suction Bells

Single-Lumen StingRay™
Suction Bell

Designed for use with the Basic Series Dressing Kit, the Single-Lumen StingRay™ Suction Bell, offers secure adhesion, versatility, and comfort without the need for extra security flanges.

Dual-Lumen StingRay™
Suction Bell

The Dual-Lumen StingRay™ Suction Bell, part of the Advanced Series Dressing Kit, enables precise pressure measurement at the wound site, offering superior accuracy compared to systems measuring pressure further away.

Bridge Kits & Connectors

Basic Series One-Way Y-Connector

Our patented Basic Series Y-connector works with our Basic Series Dressing Kit. It provides the means to treat multiple wounds with both the WoundPro™ and WoundPro+™ control units. Our one-way check valve eliminates the chance of cross-contamination between the wounds.

Advanced Series One-Way Y-Connector

Our patented Advanced Series Y-connector works with our Advanced Series Dressing Kit. It provides the means to treat multiple wounds with both the WoundPro™ and WoundPro+™ control units. Our one-way check valve eliminates the chance of cross-contamination between the wounds.

Bridge Kits

Often, wounds may occur near turning surfaces, requiring the repositioning of our StingRay™ Suction Bell application site. Our Bridge Kits simplify this process, easily customizable to any length and individually packaged for patient protection.

Adhesive Drapes & Skin Prep Pads

Adhesive Drapes

Our Adhesive Drapes feature a 3-tab pull system for easy, targeted application, a stronger adhesive to prevent micro leaks, a clear contact layer for accuracy, and linear logo placement for cutting guidance if needed. Their slightly thicker material ensures ease of use and reduces the effects of static electricity.

Skin Prep Pads

Skin Prep Pads aid in preparing the skin surrounding the wound, ensuring optimal adhesion with the adhesive drape and promoting effective wound care.

MicroDoc® Supplies

Your MicroDoc® device includes all necessary accessories to start Negative Pressure Therapy (NPWT), however, individual items are available for separate purchase. We also offer additional products and medical supplies for specific use cases.

ENLUXTRA™ Self-Adapting Treatment Dressings

ENLUXTRA™ Self-Adapting Treatment Dressings are 4x4 dressings engineered to dynamically adapt to changing wound conditions. These dressings ensure an ideal moisture balance, absorb excess exudate, and are non-cytotoxic, latex-free, and hypoallergenic. When used in conjunction with MicroDoc®, they enable single-use negative pressure wound therapy (sNPWT).

Mini StingRay™ Suction Bell

Designed exclusively for use with the MicroDoc®, the Mini StingRay™ Suction Bell is exceptionally compact and highly malleable, making it an ideal choice for precise wound care.

Adhesive Drapes

Our Adhesive Drapes feature a 3-tab pull system for easy, targeted application, a stronger adhesive to prevent micro leaks, a clear contact layer for accuracy, and linear logo placement for cutting guidance if needed. Their slightly thicker material ensures ease of use and reduces the effects of static electricity.

WoundPro™ and WoundPro+™ Accessories

Your WoundPro™ and WoundPro+™ control units includes all necessary accessories to start Negative Pressure Therapy (NPWT), however, individual items are available for separate purchase. We also offer additional products for specific use cases.

Deluxe Carrying Case

Wound Pro EZ Clasp Unit on IV pole

EZ Clasp Attachment System

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are wound dressings?
Wound dressings are medical products used in wound care to cover and protect wounds while promoting the healing process. For negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT), wound dressings are essential to prepare the proper environment for effective healing. They serve several essential functions, including preventing infection, absorbing excess exudate (fluid discharge from the wound), maintaining a moist wound environment, and protecting the wound from external contaminants. Wound dressings come in various types and materials, depending on the type of wound being treated, its size, and the specific requirements of the wound care regimen. The choice of dressing depends on the wound's characteristics and the healthcare professional's recommendation for optimal wound management.
What types of wound dressings are available for the WoundPro™ and WoundPro+™?

The WoundPro™ and WoundPro+™ use both hydrophobic and hydrophilic foam wound dressings.

  • Hydrophobic Foam Dressings: Made with specialized foam materials, these dressings repel moisture and fluids while fostering a moist wound environment conducive to healing. Non-cytotoxic and latex-free, they are ideal for wounds with minimal exudate and are available in various sizes to suit diverse wound shapes and dimensions.
  • Hydrophilic Foam Dressings: Made from foam materials with a natural attraction to moisture and fluids, these dressings excel in absorbing and managing wound exudate effectively. They foster a moist environment suitable for wound healing and are particularly beneficial for wounds with moderate to heavy exudate. Available in various sizes, they cater to diverse wound dimensions and shapes.

The choice between hydrophobic and hydrophilic foam dressings depends on the wound type, exudate level, and specific patient requirements. Consult with a healthcare professional to select the most suitable dressing to support the wound healing process effectively.

What types of wound dressings are available for the MicroDoc®?

The MicroDoc® utilizes ENLUXTRA™ Self-Adapting Treatment Dressings, which are 4x4 dressings designed to dynamically respond to wound conditions. They maintain optimal moisture balance, absorb excess exudate, and are non-cytotoxic, latex-free, and hypoallergenic. In combination with MicroDoc®, these dressings eliminate the need to use a canister while delivering single-use negative pressure wound therapy (sNPWT).

Are the wound dressings available in different sizes?
Yes, the wound dressings come in small, medium, and large sizes to accommodate different wound sizes.
Do I need to purchase wound dressings separately from the systems?

Wound dressings are not included with our WoundPro™ or WoundPro+™ control units and need to be purchased separately. The MicroDoc® system comes with two Enluxtra® Self-Adapting Treatment Dressings and complete dressing kits.

How many wound dressings come in a case?
There are 10 wound dressings in each case.
Can I order wound dressings in bulk?

Yes, distributors can order wound dressings in bulk. Contact us to place your order.

What are the benefits of using foam for wound dressings?

Foam dressings offer a versatile and effective solution for wound management, contributing to the healing process and patient comfort. Some of the benefits of using foam for wound dressings include:

  • Moisture Management: Can absorb and manage wound exudate effectively, creating an optimal moist environment for wound healing.
  • Exudate Absorption: Designed to absorb and retain exudate, preventing excess moisture from accumulating in the wound bed.
  • Protection: Act as a barrier against external contaminants, reducing the risk of infection.
  • Comfort: Soft and comfortable for patients, minimizing discomfort and promoting adherence.
  • Flexibility: Foam dressings are available in various sizes and shapes, making them adaptable to different wound dimensions and locations.
  • Non-Cytotoxic: Foam dressings are typically non-cytotoxic, so they do not harm or inhibit cell growth in the wound area.
  • Promotes Granulation: Foam dressings help promote the formation of granulation tissue, a crucial step in wound healing.
  • Easy Application: Foam dressings are easy to apply and secure, simplifying wound care.
  • Versatility: Foam dressings are suitable for a wide range of wound types, from minor injuries to chronic wounds.
Do you offer educational resources or instructions on proper wound dressing application?

Yes, please visit our resource center for more information on proper wound dressing application.

Are there any contraindications when using wound dressings?

The following contraindications should be taken into consideration when using wound dressings:

  • Malignant Wounds: Wound dressings should not be used on malignant wounds.
  • Untreated Osteomyelitis: Avoid using wound dressings on wounds with untreated osteomyelitis.
  • Non-enteric or Unexplored Fistulas: Do not apply dressings to wounds with non-enteric or unexplored fistulas.
  • Necrotic Tissue with Eschar: Dressings should not be used on wounds with necrotic tissue and eschar until the necrotic tissue is debrided and removed.
Are there special precautions when using wound dressings?

When using wound dressings, it is critical to consult with a healthcare professional for wound assessment and treatment recommendations. Here are some additional precautions:

  • Exposed Blood Vessels, Organs, or Bone: Dressings should not be applied directly over exposed blood vessels, organs, or bone. In such cases, use a porous, non-adherent wound contact layer before applying dressings or initiating negative pressure therapy.
  • Wound Conditions: Ensure the wound conditions are suitable for the chosen wound dressings and the wound is free from contraindications.
  • Physician's Order: Always follow a physician's order when using wound dressings or any negative pressure wound therapy device.
  • Proper Application: Follow recommended guidelines for the application and use of wound dressings to ensure optimal wound care outcomes.
How frequently should a wound dressing be changed?
The frequency of wound dressing changes can vary depending on the type of wound, the specific wound care protocol prescribed by a healthcare professional, and the type of dressing being used. In general, wound dressings are typically changed every 2 to 3 days for wounds with moderate to heavy exudate.
What is the shelf life of wound dressings?
The shelf life of wound dressings can vary depending on the type and brand of the dressing. Typically, wound dressings are labeled with an expiration date or a "use by" date. Check the packaging for this information and use the dressings before the indicated date to ensure their effectiveness.
How should the wound dressings be stored?
In terms of storage, wound dressings should be stored according to the manufacturer's instructions, which can also vary depending on the specific product. Typically, it is recommended to store wound dressings in a cold, dry place.
Can I use a wound dressing that has been opened but not used?
Never use a wound dressing whose seal has been damaged or opened.
What are Wound Dressing Kits?

Wound Dressing Kits are comprehensive packages designed for negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) with systems like the WoundPro™ and WoundPro+™. These kits include a variety of essential components necessary for negative pressure wound care and therapy. Depending on the specific kit, it may include items like foam dressings, adhesive drapes, a StingRay™ suction bell, and other accessories crucial for creating a controlled and efficient NPWT environment. Wound Dressing Kits are specifically tailored to facilitate wound healing, manage wound exudate, and provide patient comfort while simplifying the setup process for healthcare professionals.

What is included in the WoundPro™ and WoundPro+™ Basic Wound Dressing Kit?

WoundPro™ and WoundPro+™ Basic Dressing Kits are available for those seeking a more economical price point. They include:

  • A pack of 10 hydrophobic foam wound dressings
  • Single-lumen StingRay™ suction bell
  • Adhesive drape(s)
  • Easy-to-use hose clamp
  • Skin prep pad
What is included in the WoundPro™ and WoundPro+™ Advanced Wound Dressing Kit?

For those looking for the best and most accurate pressure readings and care, our WoundPro™ and WoundPro+™ Advanced Dressing Kits offer added benefits. They include:

  • Hydrophobic foam wound dressings
  • A dual-lumen StingRay™ suction bell
  • Adhesive drape(s)
  • Error-proof, quick-connect tubing connectors
  • Skin prep pad
What is included in the Microdoc® Complete Wound Dressing Kit?

The MicroDoc® Complete Dressing Kit is designed to be used with the MicroDoc® Control Unit. It includes:

  • 4” x 4” ENLUXTRA™ Self-Adapting Treatment Dressings
  • Mini StingRays®
  • Adhesive drapes
  • Skin Prep pad
Can I purchase Wound Dressing Kits separately from the system?
Yes, you can purchase Wound Dressing Kits for the WoundPro™, WoundPro+™, and MicroDoc® separately to replenish your supplies as needed.
How many Wound Dressing Kits come in a case?
There are 10 Wound Dressing Kits in each case.
Can I order Wound Dressing Kits in bulk?

Yes, distributors can order Wound Dressing Kits in bulk. Contact us to place your order.

What is the expected lifespan of a Wound Dressing Kit?
The lifespan of a Wound Dressing Kit can vary depending on several factors, including the specific wound being treated, the amount of exudate produced by the wound, and the frequency of dressing changes. In general, a Wound Dressing Kit is designed for a single application, and the dressings are typically changed every 2 to 3 days or as directed by a healthcare professional. Therefore, the number of kits needed for a particular wound will depend on the duration of treatment and the frequency of dressing changes. It's important to follow the instructions provided by the healthcare provider.
What are Collection Canisters?
Collection Canisters are integral components of the WoundPro™ and WoundPro+™ negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) systems, serving as containers to collect and store wound exudate and other materials removed during treatment. These canisters are available in sizes like 300cc or 800cc and efficiently manage varying wound exudate levels. These single-use canisters contribute significantly to creating a conducive environment for wound healing while ensuring patient safety.
What materials are the Collection Canisters made of?
The collection canisters are made of injection-molded plastic. They also feature semi-opaque walls, allowing users to easily measure the level of exudate while obscuring the canister's contents from view.
What Collection Canister sizes are available?
The WoundPro unit will work with either a 300cc or 800cc collection canister, depending on the patient's needs and the wound care environment. The WoundPro+™ uses 300cc collection canisters.
What is the difference between Basic and Advanced Collection Canisters?

Basic Collection Canisters are a cost-effective solution designed to be used with the Basic Dressing Kit. The basic Collection Canister features the following:

  • Connects to a single-lumen tubing system, allowing for the easy flow of fluids or air.
  • Features an easily detachable "plug" on the canister for disposal, preventing exudate in the tubes from leaking during changes.

Advanced Collection Canisters are specifically designed to complement the enhanced capabilities of the Advanced Dressing Kit. The Advanced Collection Canister features the following:

  • Equipped with a dual-lumen tubing system to connect with our StingRay™ Suction Bell, enhancing pressure monitoring accuracy.
  • Features Sure Lock connectors for leak-proof hose connections, eliminating the need for clamps during dressing or canister changes. Provides a simple twist and lock mechanism to prevent spills during canister changes and disposal.
What comes with the Collection Canister?
Each Collection Canister has a gelling packet, a deodorizing packet, and a hydrophilic foam security ring inside. The gelling packet eliminates any chance of a spill during canister changes. The deodorizing packet reduces odors during therapy and helps eliminate residual odors that may persist after therapy. The canister also includes a hydrophilic foam security ring to prevent fluid from inadvertently exiting the canister.
What tubing sizes are available?
Tubing can be ordered in 5' or 8' lengths for convenience, allowing caregivers to place the control unit virtually anywhere in the patient's room. We also provide extension tubing for Advanced Collection Canisters.
Do the Collection Canisters come with the control units?

No, Collection Canisters are not included with the systems and need to be purchased separately. Contact us to order a control unit.

How many Collection Canisters come in a case?
There are 16 Collection Canisters in a case.
Can I order Collection Canisters in bulk?

Yes, Collection Canisters are available in bulk orders. Contact us to place your order.

What Collection Canisters can be used with the WoundPro™?
The WoundPro™ works with both 300cc or 800cc Collection Canisters to collect wound exudate.
What Collection Canisters can be used with the WoundPro+™?
The WoundPro™ works with a 300cc Collection Canister.
Does the MicroDoc® use a Collection Canister?
The MicroDoc® does not use a collection canister. Instead, it has the ability to store 100cc-250cc of fluid within the ENLUXTRA™ Self-Adapting Treatment Dressings. This innovative and compact Negative Pressure Wound Therapy System distinguishes itself by eliminating the need for a Collection Canister, making it one of the only devices on the market with this feature.
Is the Collection Canister easily detached from the WoundPro™ and WoundPro+™ control units?
Yes, they can be attached or detached from the WoundPro™ and WoundPro+™ control units with the touch of a button. No dismantling or opening of the control unit is required.
How frequently should a Collection Canister be changed?
The frequency of changing a Collection Canister can vary based on several factors, including the patient's condition, the type of wound, and the amount of exudate produced by the wound. Typically, Collection Canisters are changed during regular dressing changes, which may occur every 2 to 3 days for wounds with moderate to heavy exudate. However, for wounds with minimal exudate or those in later stages of healing, the canister may be changed less frequently, such as every 5 to 7 days.
How do I dispose of the used Collection Canisters safely?

To dispose of used Collection Canisters safely, follow these steps:

  1. Disconnect the tubing from the canister by following the instructions provided in the user manual.
  2. Remove the canister from the control unit, if it is attached.
  3. Place the used canister in a biohazard or medical waste disposal bag or container, following your facility's protocols for medical waste disposal.
  4. Seal the bag or container securely.
  5. Dispose of the sealed bag or container following your local regulations and facility policies for medical waste disposal.

It's essential to follow your facility's specific guidelines for medical waste disposal to ensure proper handling and disposal of used Collection Canisters while maintaining infection control and safety standards.

Can Collection Canisters be reused?
No. Collection Canisters are designed for single-use only and should not be reused for infection control and patient safety reasons.
Can I purchase Collection Canisters separately from the system?

Yes, you can contact us to purchase Collection Canisters separately to replenish your supplies as needed.

What accessories are included with the WoundPro™ system?

The WoundPro™ system comes with the following accessories:

  • Carrying Case: A lightweight yet sturdy solution that offers ample storage for the WoundPro,™ its accessories, and personal items, along with an adjustable strap for versatility and a convenient charging port for the WoundPro™.
  • Power Supply with 12’ Cord: This unit comes with a 12-foot cord, offering flexibility for positioning the control unit conveniently near the patient's bed, whether for recharging or use while plugged in.
  • EZ-Clasp Attachment System: Lightweight and low-profile, the EZ Clasp easily attaches the control unit to either an IV pole or the bedframe, offering adaptability for different applications, and it can remain attached or be detached for patient mobility.
How can I order replacements of the WoundPro™ accessories?

Contact us to order replacements for the WoundPro™ accessories.

What supplies are available for the WoundPro™ and WoundPro+™?

The WoundPro™ and WoundPro+™ are compatible with the following:

  • StingRay™ Suction Bells (Basic or Advanced Series): Individually packed for convenience, we offer StingRay™ Suction Bells designed for both our Basic and Advanced Series Kits, providing effective wound care. Each pack includes 10 Suction Bells.
  • Bridge Kits: Our Bridging Kit offers a versatile solution for delivering negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) to multiple wounds. It includes foam designed for offloading and bridging two or more wounds, addressing complex wound care needs. Each pack contains 2 kits for added convenience.
  • Y-Connectors (Basic and Advanced Series): Our patented Y connectors allow for treating multiple wounds with one WoundPro™ or WoundPro+™ control unit, and one-way check valves prevent cross-contamination. Available for both Basic and Advanced Series Kits, our Y-Connectors ensure safe and protective care for multiple wounds. Each pack includes 10 connectors.
  • Outer Drapes: Additional Outer Drapes come in packs of either 10 or 25, providing extra drapes when needed.
What is the StingRay™ Suction Bell?
The StingRay™ Suction Bell is a component of the WoundPro™ and WoundPro+™ Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) systems. Specifically, it is a suction bell or wound interface used to apply negative pressure therapy to wound sites. The StingRay™ Suction Bell is available in Basic and Advanced Series and is designed to accommodate different patient needs and wound types. The StingRay’s ports allow for NPWT application and exudate removal in a sealed environment.
What are Outer Drapes?
Outer drapes are protective, adhesive coverings used in wound care procedures to shield the surrounding area of the wound, the patient's skin, and the healthcare provider from contamination and potential infection. They are designed to create a sterile field around the wound during negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) procedures.
What are Y-Connectors?
Y-Connectors are specialized components used in negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) systems, such as the WoundPro™ and WoundPro+™, to enable the treatment of multiple wounds with a single control unit. These connectors have a Y-shaped design and feature one-way check valves that prevent cross-contamination between wounds. They allow healthcare providers to apply negative pressure therapy to multiple wounds simultaneously, ensuring safe and effective care. Y-Connectors come in both Basic and Advanced Series versions to accommodate different NPWT kits and setups.
What are Bridge Kits?
Bridging kits are specialized wound care solutions designed to facilitate the delivery of negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) to multiple wounds simultaneously. These kits typically include specialized foam that can bridge two or more wounds or aid in offloading, making them valuable tools for addressing complex wound care scenarios.
What is required to perform Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) using the WoundPro™ or WoundPro+™?

To perform Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) using the WoundPro™ or WoundPro+™, you will need the following components:

  • WoundPro™ or WoundPro+™ Control Unit
  • Wound Dressing Kits, you can choose between:
    • Basic Dressing Kit: Each kit includes hydrophobic foam wound dressings, a single-lumen StingRay™ suction bell, adhesive drape(s), an easy-to-use hose clamp, and a skin prep pad.
    • Advanced Dressing Kit: Each kit includes hydrophobic foam wound dressings, a dual-lumen StingRay™ suction bell, and error-proof, quick-connect tubing connectors.
  • Collection Canisters
Do I need to purchase supplies for the WoundPro™ and WoundPro™ separately?

Dressing Kits and Collection Canisters are not included with the system and need to be purchased separately. Contact us to purchase supplies for the WoundPro™ or WoundPro+™.

What supplies are compatible with the MicroDoc®?
The MicroDoc® is compatible with ENLUXTRA™ Self-Adapting Treatment Dressings, which adjust to changing wound conditions.

For challenging-to-access areas such as heels or ankles, the MicroDoc™ also works with Mini StingRay™ Suction Bells, which can be used with Basic Series Collection Canisters.

Additionally, the Mini StingRay™ Suction Bell Adaptor is available to connect the Mini StingRay™ Suction Bell to our Advanced Series Collection Canisters, offering flexibility when treating larger wounds with more exudate.

What is required to perform Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) using the MicroDoc®? Do I need to purchase any supplies separately?

The MicroDoc® comes with two complete MicroDoc® Dressing Kits, each including a 4 x 4 Self-Adapting Wound Dressing and a Mini StingRay™ Suction Bell.

You can purchase the StingRay™ Suction Bell Adapter separately to meet specific wound care needs.

Are supplies available for purchase in bulk?

Yes, supplies are available for purchase in bulk. Please contact us for more information.

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