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    PREVENA RESTOR BELLA FORM™ Incision Management System aids in incision and surrounding soft tissue management. It provides up to 14 days of negative pressure therapy with a dressing change required at 7 days.

PREVENA RESTOR™ Incision Management System benefits:

  • Aids in incision and surrounding soft tissue management

  • Delivers continuous -125mmHg up to 14 days (Dressing change required at 7 days) to the incision site

  • Reduces edema5

  • Helps hold incision edges together6

  • Creates a barrier to external contaminants8

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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  • References:

    1 ) Blackburn JH II, Boemi L, Hall WW, et al. Negative-pressure dressings as a bolster for skin grafts. Ann Plast Surg. 1998;40(5):453-457.
    2) Wilkes RP, Kilpadi DV, Zhao Y, Kazala R, McNulty A. Closed Incision management with negative pressure wound therapy (CIM): biomechanics. Surg Innov. 2012 Mar;19(1):67-75.
    doi:10.1177/1553350611414920. Epub 2011 Aug 5.
    3) Kilpadi DV, Olivie M. Impact of two negative pressure incision management systems on simulated incisions in a tissue proxy at 2 time points. Presented at: Symposium on
    Advanced Wound Care/Wound Healing Society; April 13-17, 2016; Atlanta, GA.
    4) Shah A, Sumpio BJ, Tsay C, et al. Incisional negative pressure wound therapy augments perfusion and improves wound healing in a swine model pilot study. Ann Plast Surg. 2019;
    5) Glaser DA, Farnsworth CL, Varley ES, et al. Negative pressure therapy for closed spine incisions: a pilot study. Wounds. 2012;24(11):308-316.
    6) Wilkes RP, Kilpadi DV, Zhao Y, et al. Closed Incision management with negative pressure wound therapy (CIM): biomechanics. Surg Innov. 2012;19(1):67-75.
    7) 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(5):588-596. doi:10.1111/j.1524-475X.2011.00714.x.
    8) Payne J. Evaluation of the resistance of the Prevena incision dressing top film to viral penetration. San Antonio, TX: Kinetic Concepts, Inc.; June 19, 2009. Report No.:
    † 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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