Cardinal Health NPWT Pro Therapy System

Cardinal Health NPWT Pro Therapy System

Brand/Manufacturer: CARDINAL HEALTH
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Cardinal Health NPWT Pro Therapy System is an integrated wound management system, indicated for the application of continual or intermittent negative pressure wound therapy to the wound. It may promote wound healing by the removal of fluids, including wound exudates, irrigation fluids, body fluids and infectious materials. This system is intended for patients with chronic, acute, traumatic, subacute and dehisced wounds, partial-thickness burns, ulcers (such as diabetic or pressure), flaps and grafts. The PRO/PRO to GO system is intended for use in acute, extended and home care settings.

Why choose Cardinal Health NPWT Pro Therapy System

  • Small, lightweight device (0.9lbs) for patient mobility
  • Quiet operation for patient discretion
  • Easy to operate with a simple, intuitive design


NPWT PRO Therapy System Features


  • Simple Operation - Therapy activation and changing of Pressure Settings can be accomplished with just a push of a button. Lights next to the Pressure Settings clearly indicate current therapeutic settings.
  • Light Weight/Impact Resistant - The PRO weighs only 0.4kg (0.9 lb.) and can be easily carried. The NPWT PRO comes with a cover that is impact resistant to help prevent damage from dropping.
  • Noise - The PRO is quiet in its normal operation with a well-sealed dressing.
  • Battery - An internal battery in the PRO provides up to 24 hours of operation from a fully-charged battery. The battery charges while PRO is plugged into an outlet with the A.C. Power Adapter. If the battery charge is less than 20%, the system beeps in counts of 3 and a low battery "3" alert is displayed as well.
  • Power/Charging Status - The system also has an alert for showing when it is charging its internal battery and/or when its running on external power.
  • Intermittent Mode - The PRO can be set to operate intermittently (5-minute ON/2-minute -25mmHg pressure cycle).
  • Alert Display - It consists of automated alerts for Low Pressure/Leak, Canister Full, Low Battery and Therapy Timer. Alerts are both visual and audible. Alerts self-reset once the problem is corrected or can be manually reset by turning the PRO off and then back on. Audible alerts can be muted for 5 minutes by pressing and holding the ON button until a series of beeps is heard. The alert continues to flash in the Alert Display while the PRO is muted.
    - NOTE: Alert 4(Service Timer) cannot be silenced or reset.
  • SpeedConnect - The NPWT PRO comes with 8-foot, single-lumen tubing set. An adhesive SpeedConnect makes connection to the dressing quick and easy.
  • Canisters - The NPWT Device is intended for use with 300cc and 500cc canisters. Both canisters can be used for normal and highly exudating wounds.

In order to assure the highest safety, quality and efficacy, the PRO should only be used with the Cardinal Health NPWT Dressing Kits and Cardinal Health NPWT disposables. Use of any other brand of wound dressings are not compatible with the PRO and are not recommended.

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NPWT Pro Device Parts

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What is Negative Pressure Wound Therapy used for?

The PRO NPWT system is an integrated wound management system, indicated for the application of continual or intermittent negative pressure wound therapy to the wound. It may promote wound healing by the removal of fluids, including wound exudates, irrigation fluids, body fluids, and infectious materials. The PRO system is intended for use in acute, extended, and home care settings. The PRO NPWT system is intended for patients with:

  • Acute and traumatic wounds
  • Surgical Wounds
  • Subacute and dehisced wounds
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Chronic and open wounds (e.g., venous stasis ulcers and diabetic foot ulcers)
  • Flaps and grafts
  • Partial-thickness burns


Cardinal Health NPWT Pro Contraindications

The PRO/PRO to GO is contraindicated for patients with malignancy in the wound, untreated osteomyelitis, non-enteric and unexplored fistulas, or necrotic tissue with eschar present. Do not place the Cardinal Health NPWT black foam dressing overexposed blood vessels or organs. The Cardinal Health NPWT Dressings are also contraindicated for hydrogen peroxide and solutions which are alcohol-based or contain alcohol. It is not recommended to deliver fluids to the thoracic cavity.



How to use the NPWT Pro Device?


  • Insert NPWT Canister - Insert canister in holder by sliding it up into bottom of the Canister Holder. Line up the two short ports with the Canister Holder and press until it “clicks” into place and locks. To remove canister, press Canister Release Button, grasp canister at bottom and pull downward.
  • Connect the Dressing - Connect the blue end of the tubing to the open port of the canister. Gently twist and push connector on just enough to seal it. Make sure that the clamp on the tubing is open.
  • Turning the PRO Device ON - Press the ON button to start therapy. Select the desired Pressure Setting by pressing the UP or DOWN arrow button. A green light begins flashing next to the selected Pressure Setting. The light flashes and remains lit when the set pressure is reached. The light flashes if the pressure cannot be maintained.
  • Therapy Lockout - To lock Therapy Setting, press and hold the ON button for 3 seconds. The PRO beeps three times indicating negative pressure wound Therapy Setting is locked. Repeat process to unlock negative pressure wound Therapy Setting.
  • Intermittent Mode - To operate the device in Intermittent Mode, press the Intermittent Mode Button. An amber light indicates the PRO is operating in Intermittent Mode. Repeat process to return to Continuous Mode.
  • Adjust Alert Volume - Volume may be adjusted by pressing and holding the ON Button and tapping the UP or DOWN arrow button. The numbers 1 to 5 will appear in the Alert Display. The No. 1 is the lowest; No. 5 is the highest volume level.
  • Turning the PRO Device OFF - To turn PRO off, press the OFF Button. The Alert Display flashes “o-f-f” three times while the PRO is preparing to shut down.

NOTE: Please refer to the Cardinal Health Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) PRO Clinician User Manual for detailed instructions and review the Precautions and Contraindications before use.



Care & Cleaning of Cardinal Health Pro Therapy System

Standard Precautions should be used to minimize the risk of infection and contact with the contaminated blood or bodily fluids during the dressing changes and cleaning of the PRO/PRO to GO. It is important to protect all skin and mucous membranes by using Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). PPE includes:




  • Disposable gloves
  • Protective eyewear
  • Protective mask
  • Disposable impervious gown



4 Steps to Clean the PRO/PRO to GO

Cleaning of the PRO/PRO to GO must not be performed when the PRO/PRO to GO is connected to a patient or power source. Disconnect the PRO/PRO to GO from the patient and power source before cleaning.



  1. Clean all surfaces of the PRO/PRO to GO, including the ports and the A.C. Power Adapter, then allow the solution to air dry on the device.
  2. If there is visible soilage on the PRO/PRO to GO, clean it a second time after the first cleaning has removed the soilage.
  3. Wipe down the unit with a clean, dry cloth to remove any bleach residue.
  4. Visually inspect the PRO/PRO to GO and A.C. Power Adapter for damage. If damage is noted, take the device or the A.C. Power Adapter out of service and replace per protocol.



Cardinal Health NPWT Device Manuals & Guides

NPWT Pro Therapy System - Patient User Manual
NPWT Pro Therapy System - Clinician User Manual
NPWT Pro Therapy System - Patient Quick Reference Guide
NPWT Pro Therapy System - Clinician Quick Reference Guide


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