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

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Pico 7 Two dressing provides suction known as negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) which draws out excess fluid from a wound and protects the incision or wound. It is a silicone-based, four-layer dressing design that manages exudate through simultaneous absorption and evaporation, providing greater comfort, reducing the number of dressing changes, and enabling NPWT to be an option for a wider range of patients in all care settings.

Why choose Wound therapy system?

  • Reduced Nursing Time:
  1. Simple to apply and operate.
  2. Fewer dressing changes Canister-free and disposable.
  3. No alarm notifications
  • Positive Patient Outcomes:
  1. Small and portable
  2. Comfortable to wear
  3. Can be worn up to seven days
  4. Supports mobility during daily activities
  • Cost-Effective Solution:
  1. Lower cost of therapy
  2. Less time to treat and heal wounds
  3. Fewer post-operative complications
  4. Off-the-shelf ready with no delivery wait time

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy System Features

  • It helps to prevent bacteria from entering the wound
  • It may also improve blood flow to the wound which will help it to heal
  • Reduce edema
  • Improve wound contraction
  • Protect against external contamination
  • Use uninterrupted for up to 7 days, potentially saving time and money by optimizing dressing changes
  • Protect against external contamination
  • Improved patient experience with a more efficient, ultra-quieter pump and integrated belt clip for full portability
  • For open and chronic wounds as well as closed incisions
  • Ease of use with small, light and portable design
  • No canister needed
  • With two dressings, one pump and pump clip, secondary fixation strips
  • Low to moderately exuding wounds, up to seven day system

How does PICO7 Wound therapy system work?

  • Pico 7 consists of 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, air is pulled out of the dressing and excess fluid from the wound will start to enter 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.

When to use PICO?

The easy-to-use PICO System expands the options for applying NPWT to many wound conditions, as well as closed surgical incisions. PICO is appropriate for:
  • Acute wounds
  • Chronic wounds
  • Closed surgical incisions
  • Traumatic wounds
  • Sub-acute and dehisced wounds
  • Flaps and grafts
  • Partial-thickness burns
  • Ulcers – diabetic, pressure, leg


When to use PICO 7 wound therapy system?

General Activity

  • Pico 7 wound therapy pump may be carried in user pocket or belt clip; wherever is most comfortable for user, considering the size and location of the wound. The pump should be carried so that it is accessible to both user and healthcare professional to check the status routinely

Sleeping

  • Make sure that the PICO 7 wound therapy system is placed somewhere safe and cannot be pulled off a table or cabinet onto the floor during sleep

Safety

  • The PICO pumps contain a Magnet. Keep the PICO pumps at least 4 inches (10 cm) away from other medical devices at all times. As with all electrical equipment, failure to maintain appropriate distance may disrupt the operation of nearby medical devices.

Washing and showering

  • Light showering is permissible; however, the pump should be disconnected and placed in a safe location where it will not get wet. While disconnected the dressing should not be exposed to a direct spray or submerged in water. Ensure the end of the tubing attached to the dressing is facing down so that water does not enter the tube.

Travel

  • User can travel on an aircraft, train and boat with your PICO 7 NPWT system. Special care must be taken regarding pump positioning when in close proximity to another people.
  • During transport there is a potential for radio frequency interference that could affect PICO 7 NPWT performance. If the PICO 7 pump malfunctions, replace batteries using the instruction in the Battery section. Please contact your healthcare professional if the malfunction is not corrected.

What to buy with Pico 7 Two dressing wound therapy system?


PICO 7 User Manual


FAQs regarding Wound therapy system

  1. How do I Know if the wound therapy is working correctly?
  2. 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.

  3. Can I shower with the pump and dressing in place?
  4. 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.

  5. Can I remove the dressing?
  6. When therapy ends, you may proceed to remove your dressing as per your doctor instructions if they have trained you to do so.

  7. How will I know if the batteries need changing?
  8. The green OK and orange (battery symbol) light will flash together, replace with two Alkaline AA batteries.

  9. Why has the pump stopped working?
  10. The pump may be paused; press orange button to re-start or the batteries need to be replaced. or The pump has stopped working after seven days of use

  11. What do I do if the “dressing full” symbol flashes?
  12. Call your health care professional and advise them the dressing requires changing

  13. When should I call my doctor?
  14. 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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