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15:37 EST 14th December 2017 | BioPortfolio

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Impact of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy on Free Muscle Flaps

Aim of the study is to prove the utility and safety of the negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) in the postoperative management of free flaps. The quantitative assessment of the entirety of clinical main relevant parameters like edema formation, microcirculation, macrocirculation and wound healing should create a better and comprehensive understanding of the NPWT effects in this field.


Water for Reducing Pain in Negative Pressure Wound Therapy

Negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) is a technique using vacuum dressing to promote wound healing in complicated wound. However for many patients, the application and removal of the NPWT is source of procedural pain. Some techniques had been reported to reduce these pain such as administering topical lidocain or normal saline solution before the dressing change. The authors hypothesized that administering cold water into the NPWT sponge would decrease pain during dressing ch...

Single-Use Negative Pressure Wound Therapy System vs. Traditional Negative Pressure Wound Therapy System (tNPWT)

The aim of this study is to compare the clinical efficacy of two NPWT systems; one tNPWT system (ActiV.A.C.®) and a portable, canister-less, battery operated, disposable single-use NPWT system (PICO) to see if there are any observed differences with regard to the clinical efficacy of the two devices.


To Compare the Efficacy of NPWT PRO Versus KCI Ulta® NPWT and to Compare NPWT PRO Versus NPWT PRO With Simultaneous Irrigation on Wound Healing

This study is designed to assess the efficacy and economics of two NPWT branded devices of wound healing outcomes. It is also designed to assess the effectiveness of negative pressure and negative pressure with continuous irrigation on multiple parameters of wound healing. It is a single-center, open-label, active controlled, parallel-group trial that aims to determine the efficacy of Quantum with simultaneous irrigation in the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers. Specifically...

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy for the Treatment of Chronic Pressure Wounds

The purpose of this study is to assess the difference in the percent reduction in wound surface area, without surgery, of chronic pressure ulcers of the pelvic region for Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) compared to the standard dressing. This study is designed to provide evidence regarding NPWT as compared to standard dressing regimens and compare the efficacy, safety, effectiveness and cost-effectiveness.

Addition of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy to Standard Gauze Dressings for Acute Wounds in a Limited-Resource Setting

The worldwide prevalence of open wounds is estimated to be approximately 200 million per year. Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT), the application of a controlled vacuum to an open wound cavity, has been clinically demonstrated in developed nations to speed the healing time of open wounds by a factor of two or more, and to aid in complete recovery with less scar tissue. Use of NPWT devices has not been feasible in an limited-resource settings due to cost, bulk, and requirem...

Comparison of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Versus Conventional Dressings for the Prevention of Wound Complications After Revision THA

Wound complications and surgical site infections following revision total joint arthroplasty result in significant morbidity and cost. To the investigators knowledge, no prospective, randomized controlled trials have examined the rate of wound complications, infection, and reoperation following revision total hip arthroplasty when treated with negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) versus sterile dressings. The investigators hypothesize that the rate of wound complications, inf...

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy in Post-Operative Incision Management

The purpose of this study is to compare any good and bad effects of using the Prevena Incision Management System to using the usual standard dry gauze approach. The Prevena Incision Management System is a type of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT). NPWT is a portable vacuum device made of a sponge-like foam that is applied over your incision to help draw fluid and debris out after surgery.

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy - A Multi-Centered Randomized Control Trial

Children with neuromuscular disorders such as cerebral palsy, children with kyphosis and post-traumatic scoliosis have higher infection rates after scoliosis surgery than healthy children who undergo scoliosis surgery. The purpose of our study is to compare the effect of NPWT on infection rates when compared to standard gauze dressing. Participants will be randomized to the "NPWT" or "standard dressing" group. We will compare infection rates between the two groups. We hypothesi...

Antimicrobial Barrier Dressing Versus Closed-incision Negative Pressure Therapy in the Obese Primary Total Joint Arthroplasty

The purpose of this study is to determine whether an occlusive antimicrobial barrier dressing or portable negative pressure wound dressing is superior in preventing wound complications and infection rates in obese patients undergoing total joint arthroplasty (TJA). Approximately 240 subjects (120 for total knee arthroplasty and 120 for total hip arthroplasty) will be enrolled to evaluate the outcomes associated with silver impregnated dressings and negative pressure wound thera...

Use of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy in Morbidly Obese Women After Cesarean Delivery: a Randomized Controlled Trial

Obese women are more likely have a cesarean delivery and develop subsequent wound complications than normal weight women. Negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) has been shown to improve surgical wound healing, but this device has not been adequately studied in cesarean deliveries. The aim of our study is to determine the efficacy of NPWT in morbidly obese women after cesarean delivery. We will be randomizing women with a BMI > 40 kg/m2 in a 1:1 ratio to either NPWT (the PREVE...

Preventing Adverse Incisional Outcomes at Cesarean Multicenter Trial

The Prophylactic Negative Pressure Wound Therapy in Obese Women at Cesarean Trial is a large pragmatic multi-center randomized clinical trial designed to evaluate the effectiveness, safety and cost-effectiveness of prophylactic negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) - a closed, sealed system that applies negative pressure to the wound surface via a single-use, battery-powered, portable device - to decrease surgical site infections (SSIs) in obese women.

Efficacy Study of a Bioelectric Dressing Used With Negative Pressure Wound Therapy to Treat Diabetic and Pressure Ulcers

The purpose of this study is to determine whether a bioelectric wound dressing, used in conjunction with Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT), is effective in the treatment of diabetic and pressure ulcers of the foot.

Wound Vac Polypropylene Suture Pilot Study

You are being asked to participate in this study because you have a complex wound that requires treatment with negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT). NPWT is a therapeutic technique which involves the placement of a wound vacuum at the site of the wound. The wound vacuum delivers a negative pressure at the wound site through a dressing. Any fluid collected during this process is collected through a foam (sponge) underneath the dressing. This therapy helps to draw the edges of ...

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Registry

The goal of the Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Registry (NPWTR) for Wounds is to provide real world patient data from electronic health records submitted to meet Stage 2 Meaningful Use in order to understand the effectiveness and safety of various NPWT devices and methods among patients with chronic wounds and ulcers. Randomized, controlled trials to establish product efficacy routinely exclude patients with the co-morbid conditions common to patients seen in usual clinical pr...

Evaluation of the Use of EZCare◊ in the Management of Acute and Chronic Wounds

The aim of this evaluation is to assess the performance of the EZCare◊ product, in many different clinical environments, in order to gain a greater insight into the effects of this negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) in a variety of wound types.

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy With the Engenex™-Pump and Bio-Dome™ Dressing, an Evaluation

Negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) has become a powerful tool in wound bed preparation of complex wounds and is routinely used in various disciplines, including general surgery and plastic surgery. NPWT involves the creation of a controlled subatmospheric pressure in the wound bed. The vacuum is generated by a pump and is distributed over the wound bed by a dressing (mostly a foam or gauze sponge). The therapy has several positive effects on the wound bed, such as ...

The Use of Bioscaffolds in Conjunction With Negative Pressure Therapy: A Prospective Randomized Double-Blinded Trial

The primary aim of this study proposal is to test an innovative form of fetal bovine dermis bioscaffold in combination with negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) to enhance wound healing in diabetic foot ulcers.

Prophylactic Incisional Care in Obese Women at Cesarean

Surgical site infections (SSIs) complicate 5 - 12% of cesareans. Negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) - a closed, sealed system that applies negative pressure to the wound surface - has been used to treat open wounds since the late 1990s. Experimental evidence suggests NPWT promotes wound healing by removing exudate, approximating the wound edges, and reducing bacterial contamination. Although effectiveness of prophylactic NPWT is biologically plausible and non-randomized stu...

Effects of Preventive Negative Pressure Wound Therapy With PICO on Surgical Wounds of Kidney Transplant Patients

Advances in surgical techniques and immunosuppression (IS) have led to an appreciable reduction in postoperative complications following kidney transplantation. However, surgical site events (SSE) including surgical site infections (SSI) and other wound complications are still very common and they can limit these improved outcomes and result in prolonged hospitalization, hospital readmission and reoperation, consequently increasing overall transplant cost. Negative press...

VAC Dressings for Colorectal Resections

Surgical Site Infections (SSIs) and wound complications are common occurrences following colorectal resection surgery. Incisional Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (iNPWT) has developing evidence for improving wound complication rates in certain populations. However, there have been no RCTs to date that have looked at iNPWT use after colorectal surgery. We propose a study in which patients are randomized into one of two treatment arms: 1) incisional NPWT, and 2) standard sterile ...

Comparing Concomitant Use of ACell MicroMatrix® and ACell Cytal™ to Standard of Care in Stage 3 or 4 Pressure Injuries

The purpose of this study is to evaluate incidence of complete epithelialization in stage 3 & 4 pressure ulcers using ACell products.

Comparison of Surgical Incision Complications in Patients Receiving PICO or Standard Care Following Colorectal Surgery

Surgical Site Complications (SSC's) are responsible for increased morbidity in patients undergoing surgery resulting in prolonged length of stay in the hospital while increasing treatment and hospital costs dramatically. Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) use on closed incisions has been reported in the literature to reduce SSC's including Surgical Site Infections (SSI's), with many promising studies in general surgery, including some studies using single use NPWT. However,...

Incisional Negative Pressure Wound Therapy in High Risk Patients Undergoing Panniculectomy: A Prospective Randomized Controlled Trial

Incisional negative pressure therapy (INPWT) has previously been shown in certain patient populations to decrease wound healing complications, decrease the rate of hematomas and seromas, as well as have better scar quality. We have found a group of patients, those who have panniculectomies in preparation for renal transplant, with significantly higher rates of wound healing complications. We believe the best way to demonstrate benefits of incisional negative pressure wound ther...

Incisional Negative Pressure Wound Therapy for Prevention of Postoperative Infections Following Caesarean Section

The purpose of this study is to examine whether obese women (BMI >= 30) who give birth by caesarean section have a reduced incidence of wound infection and dehiscence when incisional Negative Pressure Wound Therapy is applied prophylactically following caesarean section.


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