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Smith & Nephew PICO 7 Two Dressing Negative Pressure Wound Therapy System

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Item #: 66022005
5.9" x 5.9"

Smith & Nephew PICO 7 is an advanced negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) system designed to promote wound healing by creating an environment that helps reduce bacterial load, remove excess fluid, and enhance tissue perfusion. The system delivers negative pressure to the wound bed, which helps to remove excess fluid, reduce edema, and create an optimal healing environment. The negative pressure also promotes blood flow to the wound, enhancing tissue oxygenation and healing. PICO 7 is small, lightweight, and wearable, allowing patients to move freely and continue their daily activities while receiving treatment. It is designed to be comfortable and discreet, enhancing patient compliance.

Why choose Smith & Nephew PICO 7 Dressing?

  • Easy to apply and remove: Gentle silicone adhesive makes the application and removal easy while minimizing pain associated with dressing changes
  • Quiet system: Better enables patients to sleep, compared to traditional NPWT
  • Showerproof dressing: Allows patients the ability to shower
  • Ultraportable system: The ultraportable, canister-free design makes the PICO System comfortable to wear
  • Cost-Effective Solution: Lower cost of therapy and takes less time to treat and heal wounds

Smith and Nephew PICO 7 Features

  • Capable of managing low to moderate exudate
  • Delivers nominal -80mmHg therapeutic negative pressure in wounds up to 4.5cm in depth when used with an NPWT wound filler
  • Protects the incision from external contamination
  • Helps to increase the activity of the lymphatic system in deep tissue via a reduction in wound fluid
  • Helps hold incisions together, reducing lateral tensile forces
  • Improves wound contraction and assists in stimulation of granulation tissue formation

Airlock Technology for effective outcomes

  1. The Silicone adhesive layer minimizes pain on removal.

  2. Pioneering AIRLOCK Technology transmits pressure evenly across the whole wound bed and surrounding zone of injury.

  3. Super absorbent core locking exudate away from the wound.

  4. The top film layer has a high moisture vapor transmission rate, protecting the wounds from external contamination.

  5. PICO Soft Port with integrated filter.
pico 7 dressing features

Parts Description of PICO 7 Dressing

  1. Single-button operation for ultimate simplicity

  2. Indicator for a vacuum leak

  3. Dressing full indicator

  4. Low battery indicator

  5. Operates on 2 x Alkaline AA batteries

  6. Belt-clip for portability

  7. Soft port with integrated filter

  8. Revolutionary gentle dressing

How does PICO Dressing work?

  • Pico 7 consists of an NPWT pump connected to an absorbent, gentle adhesive dressing.
  • The dressing is applied to the wound, and extra strips are placed over the outside edge to help hold the dressing in place. When the pump is turned on, the air is pulled out of the dressing, and excess fluid from the wound enters the dressing. The dressing helps to prevent bacteria from entering the wound. It may also improve blood flow to the wound, which will help it to heal.
  • The pump is battery-operated. The batteries may be changed with two Alkaline AA batteries if required.


The easy-to-use PICO System expands the options for applying NPWT to many wound conditions and closed surgical incisions. PICO is appropriate for:

  • Chronic burns
  • Acute wounds
  • Chronic wounds
  • Closed surgical incisions
  • Traumatic wounds
  • Sub-acute and dehisced wounds
  • Flaps and grafts
  • Tunneling wounds
  • Ulcers – diabetic, pressure, leg

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How to apply Smith and Nephew PICO 7 Dressing?

place the dressing over the wound Join the pump to the dressing with the help of tubing start
the application of negative
pressure tear the taping strips Apply the taping strips

  1. Clean and prepare wounds according to local protocol.
  2. Peel off the first release handle and place the dressing centrally over the wound. The dressing should be applied with the soft port positioned higher than the wound (depending on the patient’s primary position), placed on intact skin, and not extending over the wound to prevent fluid pooling around the soft port and blocking the therapy. (Figure A)
  3. Remove the other remaining handle(s) and smooth the dressing around the wound to prevent creasing. Reposition if required to ensure the border is not creased.
  4. Insert the batteries into the device. Following this, all four indicators should illuminate for 3 seconds.
  5. Join the pump to the dressing by twisting together the tubing connectors. Extension tubing can be added if required. (Figure B)
  6. Press the orange button to start the application of negative pressure. The green 'OK' indicator and the orange 'air leak' indicator will flash together while working to establish therapy. The 'OK' green light will flash after about 65 seconds to indicate the therapy is established. (Figure C)
  7. Apply the fixation strips to each of the four sides of the dressing. (Figure D)

User Manuals


How do I know if the PICO wound vac is working correctly?

The green OK light flashes when the pump is working correctly, the dressing should have a slightly wrinkled appearance and feel firm to the touch.

Can I shower with the pump and dressing in place?

No, you must first pause the pump and disconnect it from the dressing before showering, the dressing is water resistant; however, do not expose it to direct jets of water or soak it.

Can I remove the PICO dressing?

When therapy ends, you may remove your dressing as per your doctor's instructions if they have trained you to do so.

How will I know if the batteries need changing?

The green OK and orange (battery symbol) lights will flash together, replaced with two Alkaline AA batteries.

Why has the pump stopped working?

The pump may be paused; press the orange button to restart, or the batteries need to be replaced. or The pump has stopped working after seven days of use

What do I do if the “dressing full” symbol flashes?

Call your health care professional and advise them the dressing requires changing.

When should I call my doctor?

If you notice a change in the color or amount of fluid in the dressing, for example:

  • If it changes from clear to cloudy or bright red or you see the dressing fill rapidly with blood
  • Your wound looks more red than usual or has a foul smell
  • The skin around your wound looks reddened or irritated
  • You experience pain

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