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Cardinal Health NPWT PRO TO GO Kit

Brand/Manufacturer: CARDINAL HEALTH
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Item # Desc Pkg Price
47-1230 PRO TO GO Kit $20.10
$900.45
$669.99

Cardinal Health NPWT PRO TO GO Kit is a discharge solution that provides 10 days of therapy. It allows patients to continue their prescribed therapy into their next care setting. It is a compact, lightweight device that allows patient mobility and is designed to be easy to learn and to begin using immediately. The PRO to GO Kit is a 10-day single-patient use Negative Pressure Wound Therapy kit.

What does Cardinal Health NPWT PRO TO GO Kit Include?

  • Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Device
  • 3 large black dressings
  • 2 - 300cc canisters
  • A carrying case

Features of NPWT PRO TO GO Kit

  • The PRO To GO NPWT Therapy System operates quietly to enhance patient discreetion
  • The NPWT PRO/PRO To GO are the only NPWT therapy systems that can be used with Simultaneous Irrigation Technology
  • Its simple design allows for easy therapy activation and change of pressure settings with just a few clicks
  • The PRO TO GO therapy system weighs just about 0.9 lbs. enabling it to be carried around easily.
  • Powerfull battery of the NPWT Pro To Go provides upto 24 hrs. of operation in a single charge.
  • The kit includes an 8-foot long, single-lumen tubing set that establishes a quick and easy connection to the dressing.
  • This negative pressure therapy system allows for users to choose between a continuous and an intermittent mode.
  • The intermittent mode applies the selected pressure for 5-minutes and then switches to a lower (25mmHg) pressure for the next 2-minutes.

When to use Negative Pressure Wound Therapy?


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How to Start Therapy with PRO TO GO Kit?

Apply the NPWT Dressing

  1. Cleanse the wound according to facility protocols or physician orders.
  2. Debride all necrotic tissue including eschar and slough.
  3. Be certain the wound has achieved hemostasis.
  4. Visually examine and palpate the wound bed to locate any blood vessels or delicate underlying structure in close proximity.
  5. Prepare the area around the wound to permit adhesion of the polyurethane drape.
    NOTE: If the peri-wound area is excessively moist or oily, a medical-grade liquid adhesive may improve sealing. For fragile skin, use a skin sealant prior to drape application, or frame the wound with a skin barrier layer, such as a hydrocolloid or the Cardinal Health NPWT Drape or Cardinal Health NPWT SensiSkin Drape.
  6. Take measurements of the wound dimensions and note wound type. Select the appropriate dressing size based on wound assessment. Open the sterile kit to expose the black foam, the tubing with SpeedConnect, and the drape. Set aside the tubing with SpeedConnect and drape from the NPWT Dressing Kit.
  7. Cut the black foam to a size that is appropriate for the wound. Document the number of black foam pieces used to fill the wound in the patient’s chart.
    CAUTION: Do not cut the black foam dressing over or around the wound to avoid debris from the black foam from falling into the wound.
  8. Place the black foam in the wound, taking care to avoid contact with the peri-wound skin. The black foam should be higher than the skin level and cover the entire wound base. The black foam may be stacked for deep wounds.
    CAUTION: Do not pack the black foam into any areas of the wound. Forcing foam into any wound is contrary to approved protocols. Loosely fill all visible dead space in the wound. Do not thin black foam as thinning may cause over the collapse of the dressing and prevent fluid from moving away from the wound base. Use of White Foam Per the clinician’s discretion, the white foam may be used in wounds needing extra protection, such as protrusion of bone and in small tunneling and undermining. The white foam should be used in an intact, single layer and covered with black foam when not used in small tunnels or in undermining. If the white foam needs to be cut to size, please note that non-linear shape cuts (e.g., curves, spirals, etc.) and straight cuts less than 3cm wide may increase the likelihood that the white foam will tear upon removal.
  9. Remove the drape from the Dressing Kit. Size and trim the drape to cover the wound plus a 3-5cm border of intact skin (extra pieces of drape can be used to seal dressing leaks if needed). Always keep one side of the drape intact for ease of dressing application.
  10. Remove the drape’s release liner starting with tab A. Invert and place over the foam and peri-wound and continue removing the contact layer with the B tab and C tab. Remove the remaining perforated tab. Gently press down on drape material around the wound site and over the foam to ensure the dressing is properly sealed.
  11. Cut a 1cm diameter hole in the top of the drape at a convenient location over the dressing by pinching and lifting the drape.
  12. Remove the tubing from the NPWT Dressing Kit. Locate the SpeedConnectand peel the backing to expose adhesive. Place it over the hole made in Step 11. Using the tips of the fingers, press around the top of the SpeedConnect to ensure a good seal to the drape.

Insert the NPWT Canister

  1. To insert the canister, line up the two ports on the canister with the two ports on the PRO to GO. Press the canister up and into the PRO to GO until it clicks and locks into place. NOTE: Always use a new canister with a new patient.
  2. Connect the distal end of the SpeedConnect tubing with the blue tapered connector to the patient port of the Canister. Gently twist and push the connector on just enough to secure and seal it. Also, make sure that the clamp on the SpeedConnect tubing is open.
  3. Verify the dressing application is correct, the tubing is connected and the SpeedConnect tubing clamp is open.

Begin negative pressure wound therapy

  1. Make sure the dressing application is correct, the tubing is connected and the clamp is open.
  2. Keep the PRO to GO in an upright position and turn it ON.
  3. Adjust the desired negative pressure wound therapy setting.
  4. Select the intermittent mode (if instructed by the physician).
Now the therapy has begun. Please make sure to do regular checks of the machine to make sure the therapy proceeds without any hindrance.

NPWT Manuals & Documents

We recommend patients and clinicians to go through the following documents before using the PRO to GO Negative Pressure Therapy Kit:
Patient User Manual
Patient Quick Reference Guide
Clinician User Manual
Clinician Quick Reference Guide

Specifications of NPWT PRO to GO Device

ParticularsSpecifications
DeviceDimensions6 x 4.3 x 2.75 in. (19.3 x 11.0 x 7.0 cm)
Weight0.9 Lbs (0.43Kg)
Therapy Settings50, 75, 100, 125, 150 mmHg
Canister Volume300cc/500cc
BatteryDuration (Fully Charged)up to 24 hours
ElectricalExternal Power Supply Input100-240 VAC, 50-60Hz, 200 mA or 12-24 VDC, 850 mA (Optional)
External Power Supply Output5 VDC, 1 Amps
Patient & Enclosure Leakage Current< 100 Micro amps
Storage ConditionsTemperature Range10°F (-12°C) to 1100F (43°C)
Relative Humidity Range20 – 95% Non-condensing
Atmospheric Pressure Range50 kPa to 110 kPa
Operating ConditionsTemperature Range40°F (4°C) to 90°F (32°C)
Relative Humidity Range20 - 75% Non-condensing
Atmospheric Pressure Range50 kPa to 110 kPa
Service Life3 years

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