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SNAP™ Therapy Cartridge, SNPA125, 60 ml, 100 mmHg 1/ea

3M ID 70001419178
  • Helps preserve patient quality of life 1
  • Small, lightweight design can be hidden under clothes
  • Minimal interference with overall activity, sleep and social interactions1
  • Visual indicator displays when cartridge is full or when negative pressure is lost
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Specifications
Brand
Snap™
Pack Quantity
1/ea
Volume (metric)
60 mL
Details

A mechanically-powered, disposable negative pressure wound therapy system with a 60ml cartridge for small -to medium-sized wounds with small amounts of exudate.

Available in -125mmHg, -100mmHg and -75mmHg negative pressure settings. 1 Armstrong DG, Marston WA, Reyzelman AM, Kirsner RS. Comparative effectiveness of mechanically & electrically powered negative pressure wound therapy devices: a multicenter randomised controlled trial. Wound Rep Reg 2012; 20(3):332-341 2 Marston WA, Armstrong DG, Reyzelman AM, Kirsner RS. A Multicenter Randomised Controlled Trial Comparing Treatment of Venous Leg Ulcers Using Mechanically Versus Electrically Powered Negative Pressure Wound Therapy. Advances in Wound Care. 2015;4(2):75-82. doi:10.1089/wound.2014.0575.

  • Helps preserve patient quality of life 1
  • Small, lightweight design can be hidden under clothes
  • Minimal interference with overall activity, sleep and social interactions1
  • Visual indicator displays when cartridge is full or when negative pressure is lost
  • Application times under 10 minutes 1
  • Off-the-shelf availability
  • 1 Armstrong DG, Marston WA, Reyzelman AM, Kirsner RS. Comparative effectiveness of mechanically & electrically powered negative pressure wound therapy devices: a multicenter randomised controlled trial. Wound Rep Reg 2012; 20(3):332-341
  • 2 Marston WA, Armstrong DG, Reyzelman AM, Kirsner RS. A Multicenter Randomised Controlled Trial Comparing Treatment of Venous Leg Ulcers Using Mechanically Versus Electrically Powered Negative Pressure Wound Therapy. Advances in Wound Care. 2015;4(2):75-82. doi:10.1089/wound.2014.0575.

Suggested Applications

  • Indicated for patients who would benefit from wound management via the application of negative pressure , particularly as the device may promote wound healing through the removal of excess exudate, infectious material and tissue debris