SAN ANTONIO – Acelity has launched a remote system for patients prescribed negative pressure wound therapy. “We believe that by providing and supporting care in the optimal setting we can reduce the burden on patients, as well as total costs,” said Joe Woody, president and CEO of Acelity, in a statement. “With the availability of iOn PROGRESS Remote Therapy Monitoring, we move closer to our ultimate goal of achieving these care enhancements.” iOn PROGRESS works in conjunction with the ACTIV.A.C. Therapy System, which was designed specifically for patients treated in the home. The technology enables timely feedback on patients’ use of NPWT, as well as increased clinician interaction to help with patient compliance.
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