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Smith & Nephew Announce the New RENASYS EZ(TM) System for Negative Pressure Wound Therapy
Date:2/24/2009

he largest NPWT distribution channel in the U.S. and can deliver and support NPWT systems wherever clinicians and patients may need them."

Dr. Raymond Dunn, Chairman of Plastic Surgery, University of Massachusetts, said, "Negative pressure has given us another tool to manage difficult wounds. The new devices and range of wound interfaces that Smith & Nephew now offer provides clinicians with greater choice for different types of clinical wound problems. Smith & Nephew's leadership in this area will greatly facilitate additional innovation and research needed to improve patient outcomes and create greater economic value for the healthcare system."

RENASYS(TM) EZ Features & Functions

In addition to a simple control that varies pressure from 40 to 200 mmHg and the ability to use both foam and gauze dressings, Smith & Nephew designed RENASYS(TM) EZ with additional features that enhance the patient experience and facilitate its ease of use.

  • An intuitive design and quick-click connectors can help reduce the risk of error.
  • Multiple safety alarms and a patient lock-out feature alert clinicians to changes in pressure status or pump function.
  • The RENASYS(TM) EZ battery runs for up to 40 hours and charges in three hours.
  • A convenient IV pole and bed mounts reduce the system's footprint at the patient's bedside.
  • The system weighs only 7.4 lbs, reducing stress on the caregiver.

"We conducted the clinical in-market evaluation of the RENASYS(TM) EZ at University of Massachusetts," said Dr. Dunn. "We used the RENASYS(TM) EZ to treat a wide range of acute, chronic and peri-operative wounds. The study showed improved outcomes in the healing of skin grafts, including grafts for very complex wounds."

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