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Wound healing and improving quality of life

An estimated excess of $25 billion is spent annually on the treatment of chronic wounds and the burden is rapidly growing due to increasing health care costs, an aging population and a sharp rise in the incidence of diabetes and obesity worldwide.1

Studies show that advanced therapies, such as Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT), can help heal complex wounds while reducing healing time and improve quality of life patient measurers. These benefits, however, come with additional up-front cost for healthcare providers.2

A number of economic studies have shown that early intervention with advanced therapies can, if used appropriately, result in long-term savings despite initial increased treatment costs. Potential benefits to both the wound and periwound skin may include:3,4





  • Earlier control of symptoms
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To the caring NPWT clinician, Medela is the solution provider that simplifies NPWT management and increases patient mobility.

Medela NPWT makes it easy to provide a customized solution that addresses a patient’s individual needs – to improve wound healing rates and satisfaction scores while reducing wound care costs.

Treating a non-healing wound can take months and require a great time commitment for both clinician and patient. It can also compromise a patient’s mobility and ability to go about a daily routine. The Medela NPWT portfolio addresses patient needs across the continuum of care – from hospital to the home or other post-acute setting. It empowers patients and clinicians to take control of their treatment from start to finish.



Invia® MotionTM – 15 Days

Invia Motion – 15 Days delivers the convenience of a personal NPWT pump while offering clinical flexibility with a choice
of pressure settings, therapy modes, and compatibility with both foam and gauze dressings. The Invia Motion – 15 Days is ideal for treating wounds of short duration or to jump start the healing process in the hospital.






Invia® MotionTM – Endure

The Invia Motion – Endure delivers the convenience of a personal NPWT pump while offering clinical flexibility with a choice of pressure settings, therapy modes, and compatibility with both foam and gauze dressings. The Invia Motion – Endure is best suited for use in the home and other post-acute settings as it help patients comfortably go about daily activities for the duration of therapy. Invia Motion – Endure is billable under CMS HCPCS code E2402.








Invia® LibertyTM

The Invia Liberty is a reusable NPWT System designed to treat a variety of wound types in all patient care settings. A proven and versatile system, Invia Liberty offers a choice of pressure settings, therapy modes, compatibility with both foam and gauze dressings, and two canisters sizes to manage wound exudate. Patients can enjoy activities while on therapy due to Liberty’s compact size, quiet operation, and portability. Invia Liberty is billable under CMS HCPCS code E2402.







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