Cardinal Health ALLY Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Device

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Cardinal Health ALLY Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Device simply design for easy therapy initiation and troubleshooting for optimal patient care. Its full canister and blockage alert emits an audible and visual alert to ensure the patient is receiving constant therapy. ALLY NPWT has a Twist N’ connect canister port connection that supports easy and secure attachment.

Benefits of Cardinal Health ALLY NPWT Device

  • Small, lightweight device
  • Quiet operation
  • Optimal patient discretion
  • Simple & easy operation

Why choose Cardinal Health ALLY Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Device?

  • High performance with a powerful yet quiet motor
  • Portable size discreetly fits into a patient’s lifestyle
  • Dual-lumen Tubing is designed to remove exudate while providing continuous NPWT and detecting blockages
  • With additional features such as enhanced alerts, Twist N’ Connect, and dual-lumen technology, it makes negative pressure wound therapy simple – both clinically and economically

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How to use Cardinal Health Ally?

Cardinal Health ALLY Therapy System

How to charge the battery of Ally Device?

  1. Plug the A.C. Power Adapter into a wall outlet.
  2. Insert the A.C. Power Adapter into the Battery Charging Port on the side of the ALLY
  3. When the ALLY is connected to an outlet, the green light next to the Plugged In symbol comes. If the battery is charging, the yellow light next to the Battery Charging symbol comes on. Once the battery is fully charged, the light goes off. Note - If the ALLY is plugged in and green light does not turn on, check to make sure outlet is working properly.
  4. The ALLY continues to work when charging. Caution - The ALLY must be used with the supplied A.C. Power Adapter. Use of another adapter/power cord could result in physical hazard, including delayed therapy, electrocution and fire. These hazards could result in injury or death.

How to change the canister?

When the ALLY detects that the canister needs to be changed, a Canister Full/Blockage alert sounds. The ALLY continues to work until the canister completely fills. When the canister is completely full, the ALLY turns off. To change the canister:

  1. Clamp the tubing closed.
    Note - Only applicable if clamp is present on tubing. If clamp is not present, skip to the next step.
  2. Turn the ALLY off by pressing the OFF Button.
  3. Grasp the blue Twist N’ Connect end of the tubing attached to the canister. Gently twist counterclockwise and pull up to remove tubing from canister
  4. To remove the canister, press the Canister Release Button located above the canister, and gently pull the bottom of canister down to remove from the ALLY.
  5. Cap the canister and ask your healthcare professional how to properly dispose of a used canister.
  6. To install a new canister, hold the new unused canister at the bottom and slide upwards into the holder.
  7. Line up the two ports on the canister with the two ports on the ALLY. Press the canister up and into the ALLY until it clicks and locks into place.
  8. Gently line up the blue Twist N’ Connect end of the tubing to the blue Twist N’ Connect port on the canister, push down and twist clockwise to lock into place.
  9. Reopen the tubing clamp by pushing down on the top of the clamp until it releases.
    Note - Only applicable if clamp is present on tubing. If the clamp is not present, skip to the next step.
  10. Turn the ALLY on by pressing the ON Button to resume negative pressure wound therapy

Disconnecting from the ALLY

  1. Clamp the tubing closed. Note - Only applicable if clamp is present on tubing. If clamp is not present, skip to the next step.
  2. Turn the ALLY off by pressing the OFF Button
  3. Grasp the blue Twist N’ Connect end of the tubing attached to the canister. Gently twist counterclockwise and pull up to remove tubing from canister.
  4. If canister is full, change the canister

To reconnect to the ALLY

  1. Gently line up the blue Twist N’ Connect end of the tubing to the blue Twist N’ Connect port on the canister, push down and twist clockwise to lock into place
  2. Reopen the tubing clamp by pushing down on the top of the clamp until it releases. Note - Only applicable if clamp is present on tubing. If clamp is not present, skip to the next step.
  3. Turn the ALLY on by pressing the ON Button to resume negative pressure wound therapy

How to care for Ally APWT?

  1. Disposal of Used Components - Your healthcare professional should remove your dressings, tubing, and used canisters.
  2. Cleaning the ALLY - The ALLY should need only light cleaning. Make sure to unplug the ALLY before cleaning. The battery provides power when the ALLY is unplugged so negative pressure wound therapy is not interrupted. Clean the ALLY with a damp soft cloth and a mild soap and water solution. Do not saturate the ALLY with liquid or allow liquid to pool on the ALLY. This can present a potential hazard for you and/or your healthcare professional.
    Warning - Avoid spilling or spraying liquid on any part of the ALLY. Liquids can cause corrosion when left on electronic controls which can lead to failure. Component failure may cause the ALLY to operate erratically, possibly causing a potential hazard to you or your caregiver.
  3. A.C. Power Adapter Inspection - The A.C. Power Adapter should be inspected regularly for damage. If you notice any damage to the A.C. Power Adapter, call your healthcare professional for a replacement to avoid interruption of therapy.
    Warning - The ALLY must only be used with the supplied A.C. Power Adapter. Use of another adapter/power cord could result in physical hazards, including delayed therapy, electrocution, and fire. These hazards could result in injury or death.

Ally User Manuals


Precautions -

  • Do not allow the ALLY to get wet. Clamp the tubing (if clamp is present) and disconnect from the canister if you take a bath or shower.
  • Keep the ALLY plugged in whenever possible to keep the battery fully charged. Always take the A.C. Power Adapter with you when you leave home.
  • Keep the ALLY upright to avoid a false Canister Full/Blockage alert.
  • Keep the ALLY turned on at all times unless there is bleeding from the wound or instructed by your healthcare professional.
  • Do not change the Pressure Settings on the ALLY unless you are told to do so by your healthcare professional.

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