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Outcomes from Largest Randomized Clinical Trial on NPWT in Subcutaneous Abdominal Wound Healing Impairment (SAWHI)

Outcomes from Largest Randomized Clinical Trial on NPWT in Subcutaneous Abdominal Wound Healing Impairment (SAWHI)

Today, more than ever, your focus is on moving forward to restore wound healing. In these uncertain times, rely on transformative solutions from wound care's most trusted NPWT portfolio.  The SAWHI study was a multicenter, multinational, observer-blinded, randomized clinical study comparing effectiveness and safety of NPWT and conventional wound treatment (CWT) in SAWHI after surgery in clinical practice.

Hear from senior author Prof. Dr. med. Chris Braumann as he discusses the outcomes of the largest single NPWT study which demonstrates that NPWT is superior to conventional dressing in achieving complete closure of post-surgical subcutaneous abdominal wounds 


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August 13, 2020

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3M Medical Education

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