Journal of Woundcare Handbook

The professional's guide to wound product selection

Natrox

Inotec AMD

Description

The system consists of two main elements: an oxygen generator and an oxygen delivery system. The oxygen generator is a battery-operated device that delivers continuous pure humidified oxygen to the wound bed through water electrolysis. It is supplied with two rechargeable batteries and a charging kit, thus allowing the user complete freedom of movement. Each battery will last for a minimum of 30 hours. The oxygen delivery system is a sterile, single-use wound interface that allows free passage of wound exudate into the secondary dressing. It has a 1 meter thin flexible tube that connects directly to the oxygen generator. The delivery system should be changed at each dressing change.

Indications

Wounds healing by secondary intention that would benefit from topical oxygen therapy including diabetic foot ulcers, leg ulcers (venous, arterial and mixed), pressure injuries and surgical and traumatic wounds. Can be used under compression therapy.

Contraindications

Do not use in patients with: malignant or potentially malignant wounds; wounds being treated with topical ointments or creams; unexplored deep sinus wounds or tracts; necrotic wounds; untreated osteomyelitis. Discontinue use if signs of sensitivity appear.

Sizes Available

Generator including battery: 113mmX60mmX17mm; weight: 108g.

Oxygen delivery system: 55mm diameter

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