3M+KCI Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) Solutions

Consider early intervention with the SNAP™ Therapy System - disposable Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (dNPWT) that makes a real difference for more patients.


  • The SNAP™ Therapy System combines the simplicity of advanced wound dressings with the proven benefits of negative pressure therapy in a discreet design1.

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    Designed to simplify advanced wound therapy

    • Easy to use with application times under 10 minutes1.
    • Provides fast, easy sealing on uneven skin surfaces and challenging body contours.
    • Disposable components with off-the-shelf convenience.
  • Preserved patient quality of life1

    • Small, silent, discreet and lightweight so it can be hidden easily under clothing.
    • Ensures minimal interference with overall activity, sleep and social interaction.
    • Does not interfere with patient mobility, allowing patients to remain active during treatment.

    Real NPWT

    The SNAP™ Therapy System employs a familiar NPWT mechanism of action with reticulated open cell foam and -125mmHg pressure2 and a separated cartridge for exudate management.

  • Early Discharge3

  • Home based recovery

  • Ease of use

  • Customizable to a variety of wounds

  • Quality of Life1

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    References:

    1. Armstrong DG, Marston WA, Reyzelman AM, Kirsner RS. Comparative effectiveness of mechanically and electrically powered negative pressure wound therapy devices: A multicenter randomized controlled trial. Wound Repair and Regeneration. 2012 May;20(3):332-41
    2. Fong KD, Hu D, Eichstadt S et al. The SNaP system: biomechanical and animal model testing of a novel ultraportable negative-pressure wound therapy system. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 2010 May;125(5):1362-71
    3. Lerman B, Oldenbrook L, Ryu J, Fong KD, Schubart PJ. The SNAP™ wound care system: A case series using a novel ultraportable negative pressure wound therapy device for the treatment of diabetic lower extremity wounds. Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology. 2010 Jul 1;4:825-830
    4. Wetzel-Roth W, Hoffmann-Tischner I, Kostka G et al. The use of mechanically powered disposable Negative Pressure Wound therapy (dNPWT) devices for patients with acute and chronic wounds – Findings of a Consensus Conference. Authorised translation of the Original German Article in the Journal WUNDmanagement. 2019; 13(3): 138–148.

    NOTE: Specific indications, contraindications, warnings, precautions and safety information exist for these products and therapies. Please consult a clinician and product instructions for use prior to application.

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