Innovative Therapies ITI Bridging Set
With bridging, the clinician can locate connection ports away from the wound site. This is a compelling benefit for areas in danger of tube-to-skin pressure, such as sacral wounds. For areas such as a foot’s plantar surface or heel, bridging to remote connection ports promotes a tight seal and patient ease of movement. Addressing multiple wounds or very small wounds, the clinician can bridge one wound to another, or bridge multiple wounds to a common connection point.
Specialized foam composition: Larger pores and lower density than standard black foam to keep cells open and fluid moving.
Optimal dimensions: Foam length, width, and depth designed for maximum flow.
Ideally suited for ITI’s groundbreaking dual-modality therapy: NPWT with irrigation. As needed, two bridges can be employed, one for suction and one for irrigation.
A single set accommodates a dressing change: 2 hydrophobic foam bridges (35cm x 4cm x 2.5cm) and 2 polyurethane drapes.
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Each (EA) 1 Kit 1 Total (1 Each)