PREVENA RESTOR Axio·Form™ Incision Management System

Rethink Recovery

An incision management system that helps restore patient lives following lower-extremity fracture surgery.

  • Even after successful surgery, recovery for lower-extremity fractures can be a difficult journey
    Early mobilization is key to healing but swelling can increase the likelihood of complications and delay healing.

    Designed to manage the incision and surrounding soft tissuewith 14 days* of negative pressure therapy.

    Built on the proven technology of the original PREVENA™ Therapy:

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    Mechanically stabilizes the incision site1

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    Creates a barrier to external contaminants while actively removing fluid and infectious materials2

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    Helps reduce edema3

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    Precision designed dressing, simply peel and place for closed incision negative pressure wound therapy

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  • *Therapy should be continuous for a maximum of 7 days per dressing. Dressing change required after 7 days.

    1. Wilkes RP, Kilpadi DV, Zhao Y, Kazala R, McNulty A. Closed incision management with negative pressure wound therapy (CIM): biomechanics. Surg Innov 2012;19:67-75.
    2. Kilpadi DV, Cunningham MR. Evaluation of closed incision management with negative pressure wound therapy (CIM): hematoma/seroma and involvement of the lymphatic system. Wound Repair Regen 2011;19:588-596.
    3. Glaser DA, Farnsworth CL, Varley ES et al. Negative pressure therapy for closed spine incisions: A pilot study. Wounds 2012;24:308-316.

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