The PREVENA RESTOR™ Incision Management System is intended to manage the environment of surgical incisions that continue to drain following sutured or stapled closure by maintaining a closed environment and removing exudate via the application of negative pressure wound therapy.
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† In a comparative bench study under controlled conditions
‡ In an animal model compared to gauze, as measured by VEGF and Factor VIII expression
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