No foam, No gauze

The NewEra® NPWT system is a non-foam based NPWT system designed to modulate the local factors which can lead to delayed wound healing.  The NewEra® NPWT is applied using a novel 3-step process consisting of 1) Wound bed preparation using PhaseOne®, a powerful wound cleanser, to rapidly kill bacteria and penetrate and disrupt biofilm. 2) Bind and remove pathogens using Cutimed® Sorbact® Compress, a microbe-binding non-adherent antimicrobial contact wound filler.  Unlike foam, the non-adherent properties of Cutimed® Sorbact® limit tissue ingrowth at dressing changes and facilitate ease of use1,2.  3) Wound management using the NewEra® I/II pump to deliver NPWT to the wound bed.

3 Steps to Superior Outcomes:

PhaseOne®*:

  • Penetrates and disrupts biofilm
  • Neutralizes inflammatory toxins
  • Rapid antimicrobial activity

*=Results derived from in vitro testing of HOCl in solution. Data on file.

Sorbact®:

  • Immediately binds to common wound microbes†
  • No antimicrobial agents released into the wound
  • No known mechanism of resistance

†=Common wound microbes, such as S. aureus, Streptococcus species, E.coli, P. aeruginosa, and C. albicans, bind to the unique surface of Sorbact®, as shown in vitro.

NewEra® NPWT:

  • Benefits of PhaseOne® and Sorbact® with NPWT
  • No tissue ingrowth1,2
  • Ease of use

FloSure Ventilation Patch

FloSure Ventilation Patch allows controlled filtering of air to flow through the NewEra dressing system, flushing the exudate through the dressing at the wound site and out through the suction tube to enhance removal of exudate and prevent pooling.

NewEra® I NPWT Pump:

The NewEra® I NPWT pump is designed for use by healthcare professionals in acute care settings or those wounds with high output exudate. It is equipped with touch screen controls, options of continuous vs. intermittent suction settings, leak alarm, tube blockage alarm, canister full alarm, as well as a screen lock feature. It comes standard with a 1000cc canister and tube clamps to avoid exudate spillage. The canister has overflow capabilities to prevent fluid reflux into the wound and to block fluid passage into the pump when canister is full. Battery life is up to 24 hours. Screen displays both time to battery exhaustion (when unplugged) and time to full charge (when plugged into a power source).

NewEra® Dome Kit:

  • Medium: IHT® Dome, (2) IHT® drape, 40mL PhaseOne®, (2) 7×9cm Cutimed® Sorbact®, Flo-Sure, Skin prep, Cotton tip applicator, Ruler
  • Large: IHT® Dome, (2) IHT® drape, 40mL PhaseOne®, (3) 7x9cm Cutimed® Sorbact®, Flo-Sure, Skin prep, Cotton tip applicator, Ruler

NewEra® II NPWT Pump:

The NewEra® II NPWT pump has a lightweight ergonomic design ideal for use by healthcare professionals in the post-acute care setting.  It is equipped with touch screen controls, options of continuous vs. intermittent suction settings, leak alarm, tube blockage alarm, canister full alarm, screen lock feature and a carrying bag. It comes standard with a 300cc canister and tube clamps to avoid exudate spillage. The canister has overflow capabilities to prevent fluid reflux into the wound and to block fluid passage into the pump when canister is full. Battery life is up to 24 hours. Screen displays both time to battery exhaustion (when unplugged) and time to full charge (when plugged into a power source).

NewEra® Dome Basic Kit- Small

  • IHT Dome, (1) IHT Drape, 40mL PhaseOne®
  • (1 per 15 kits), (1) 7x9cm Cutimed® Sorbact®,
  • Flo-Sure, Skin prep, Ruler

NewEra® Dome Basic Kit- Medium

  • IHT Dome, (1) IHT Drape, 40mL PhaseOne®
  • (1 per 15 kits), (2) 7x9cm Cutimed® Sorbact®,
  • Flo-Sure, Skin prep, Ruler

NewEra® Dome Basic Kit- Large

  • IHT Dome, (2) IHT Drape, 40mL PhaseOne®
  • (1 per 15 kits), (3) 7x9cm Cutimed® Sorbact®,
  • Flo-Sure, Skin prep, Ruler

NPAK (Negative Pressure Accessory Kit):

Also known as the Prep-and-Close Kit, the NPAK offers the provider the flexibility and convenience of providing wound bed preparation and supporting wound closure. Consider using the NPAK:

  • Prior to initiating NPWT
  • To promote full closure in wounds that have sufficiently granulated, allowing for discontinuation of NPWT
  • As a convenient, cost effective, routine wound care system for weekly to biweekly wound care
  • To simplify stocking in the wound clinic and beyond
  1. Malmsjo, Malin, et al. “Comparison of Bacteria and Fungus-Binding Mesh, Foam and Gauze as Fillers in Negative Pressure Wound Therapy – Pressure Transduction, Wound Edge Contraction, Microvascular Blood Flow and Fluid Retention.” Int Wound Journal, vol. 10, no. 5, 2012, pp. 597–605., doi:10.1111/j.1742-481x.2012.01029.x.
  2. Malmsjo, Malin, et al. “Use of bacteria- and fungus-binding mesh in negative pressure wound therapy provides significant granulation tissue without tissue ingrowth.” J Plastic Surgery, 2014; 14: e3. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3899807/. Accessed 8 August 2017.