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Negative Pressure Wound Sensors

Pressure Sensor used in Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Applications

Vacuum Sensors are key in negative pressure wound therapy pumps that remove fluids such as blood and infectious materials by applying negative pressure on a sealed wound to help speed up healing. An ideal amount of vacuum applied to the wound is critical to ensure the wound or sutures do not open and provides optimal drying for healing.

Negative Pressure Wound Sensors

Sensor Functions & Design Criteria

Monitor Clinical Dressing Pressure (vacuum)

-Negative Gage Pressure Range 0-50, 0-100, 0-150mmHg
-Top Port Configuration
-Back Side or Gel Front Coat Configuration

Monitor Clinical Dressing Pressure (Absolute)

-Absolute Pressure Range 0-15PSI A
-Top Port Configuration
-Gel Front Coat Configuration

Compatible Sensor for Negative Pressure Wound Therapy

CTO-8 Series

IPVB-8 Series

SM58D Series

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