14-16 OCT, GCCEC

Single-use NPWT with hybrid technology

Session outline

A presentation by an experienced HCP on utilising a hybrid technology for suNPWT when managing open and closed wounds.

The presentation will include:

  • How suNPWT vs traditional NPWT – what are the differences?
  • Identifying the benefits of utilising a suNPWT system for the acute and community patient.
  • How the hybrid suNPWT system works
  • Examples of clinical applications demonstrating how to apply and use the Avance ® Solo/Adapt systems and the results achieved

Learning outcomes

  • Understand the difference between suNPWT vs traditional NPWT
  • Understand which patients potentially benefit from this technology
  • Examples of clinical applications demonstrating how to apply and use Avance ® Solo/Adapt technology.

Target audience

The session is suitable for any clinician who would like to know more about suNPWT for the treatment of wounds, including:

  • Medical practitioners
  • CNP, CNS and CNE staff
  • Nursing Staff
  • Podiatrists
  • Students
  • Trainees

Agenda

The session will be presented in a lecture format, including examples of clinical application of the suNPWT product. Molnlycke’s Avance ® Solo/Adapt will also be displayed.

Presentation timePresentation titleSpeaker name / Moderator
2 minutes Introduction  Moderator TBC 
10mins  suNPWT the basics  HCP TBC  
10mins  How the system works with demo Same speaker as above 
35mins  Examples of clinical applications  Same speaker as above 
18mins  Q&A Same speaker as above and Moderator who introduces above  

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