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SNAP PLUS™ Therapy Cartridge, SNPA125P, 150 ml, 125 mmHg, 1/ea

3M ID 70001419202
  • Helps preserve patient quality of life 1
  • Small, lightweight design can be hidden under clothes
  • Minimal interference with overall activity, sleep and social interactions 1
  • 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)
150 mL
Details

A mechanically-powered, disposable negative pressure wound therapy system that delivers -125mmHg with a 150ml cartridge for small -to medium-sized wounds.

Features BIOLOCK™ Technology to help gel exudate. 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 interactions 1
  • Visual indicator displays when cartridge is full or when negative pressure is lost
  • Application times under 10 minutes 1
  • Randomised controlled trials demonstrated the efficacy of the 3M™ Snap™ Therapy System in the management of chronic wounds1,2
  • 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