Features and Benefits

Continuous Pressure Therapy (CPT)

Recent research indicates that lower pressure may be beneficial, especially in soft tissue to minimize ischemia in the hypoperfused zone surrounding the wound edge. At Prospera®, we recommend maximum pressure be set at 80mmHg however pressures can be set at other levels desired by the clinician in order to accommodate concerns such as wound etiology, volume of exudate and patient pain thresholds.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Overview
Variable Pressure Therapy
Continuous Pressure Therapy
The Pressure Dressing System
NPWT Should Not Be Painful
 
 

 

CPT
Full Prospera Video

 

 

 

 
           
 
HOME || ABOUT || PRODUCTS || FEATURES/BENEFITS || KNOWLEDGE || REIMBURSEMENT || CLINICAL INFO || CONTACT US
 
 

®2016 Faith CATX, DMLA LLC. All rights reserved. Design and maintenance by Julie Murnin, Inc.