The FDA-cleared extriCARE® 3600 Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) Pump is intended for use on wounds with heavy exudate, infectious materials, and tissue debris. The extriCARE® 3600 is ideal for use on chronic, acute, traumatic, subacute and dehisced wounds, partial-thickness burns, ulcers, flaps, and grafts.
Key features of this high-flow NPWT pump are a 24-hour continuous, rechargeable battery, a rotatable back-mount for securing the device to hospital bed rails and IV poles, simple pressure settings between 40-200mmHg of pressure, and various alarms signaling air leakage, low battery, and other errors.
The extriCARE® 3600 utilizes 400cc disposable canisters (1,000cc canisters are planned for future release). Together with our anatomically fitted NPWT dressings or NPWT foam kits, the extriCARE® 3600 can be used in acute care and post-acute care settings, as well as skilled nursing facilities.Easy to Use
Precautions & Warnings
Extra precaution and care should be taken when using Negative Pressure Wound Therapy in the following conditions:
Hemostasis, anticoagulants, and platelet aggregation inhibitors
Friable blood vessels or infected vascular anastomosis
Exposed bones, vessels, ligaments or tendons
Sharp edges (bone fragments)
Not to be used in MRI, hyperbaric chamber or defibrillation environment
Infected wounds and osteomyelitis
Patient size and weight
Spinal cord injury
Circumferential Dressing application
Use near the vagus nerve (Bradycardia)
Protection of the periwound skin
Intermittent versus continuous mode
The use of the extriCARE 3600 pump is contraindicated in the presence of:
Exposed vessel, organs, or nerves
Exposed arteries or veins in a wound.
Fistulas, unexplored or non-enteric.
Malignancy in the wound.
Excess amount of necrotic tissue with eschar.
Wounds which are too large or too deep to be accommodated by the dressing.
Inability to be followed by a medical professional or to keep scheduled appointments.
Allergy to urethane dressings and adhesives.
Use of topical products which must be applied more frequently than the dressing change schedule allows.