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ABThera™ OA Negative Pressure Therapy Unit

  • Provides continuous negative pressure to remove high volume of exudate
  • Large 1000 ml graduated canister

Product Specifications

ABThera OA Negative Pressure Therapy Unit Specifications

Dimensions 11.0" H x 11.25" L x 6.0" D
Weight Therapy Unit Only 5.7 lbs/2.6 kg
Canister Volume 1000 (cc/ml)
Environmental Conditions
Storage Conditions (Temperature Range) -20°F (-29°C) to 140°F (60°C)
Operating Conditions (Temperature Range) 50°F (10°C) to 100°F (38°C)
Altitude Range (Optimum Performance) 0 to 8,000 ft (0 to 2438 m)
Power Supply Input 100V~ - 240V ~ 50/60Hz
Power Supply Current 2.5A max (100V>) 0.9A (100V~), 0.4A (240V~)
Current Leakage <100 Microamps
Battery Run Life 2 hours (approximately)
Battery Charge Time 8 hours (approximately)

ABThera Fenestrated Visceral Protective Layer Specifications

Dimensions 665 mm x 802 mm
Encapsulated Foam Thickness 10 mm
Polyurethane Layer Thickness 160 microns
Shelf Life 3 years at room temperature
Sterile, Latex Free

Ordering Information

  Quantity Part Number
ABThera Negative Pressure Therapy Unit 1 therapy unit 370500
ABThera Canister 20 per case 370620
ABThera Open Abdomen Tubing Set 5 per case 370642
ABThera Open Abdomen Dressing (includes Fenestrated Visceral Protective Layer, Perforated Foam, Drape, and Tubing Set) 5 per case 370605

ABThera SensaT.R.A.C. Open Abdomen Dressing (includes Fenestrated Visceral Protective Layer, Perforated Foam, Drape, and SensaT.R.A.C. Tubing)

This dressing is designed for use with the negative pressure wound therapy provided by the InfoV.A.C.® Therapy Unit and the V.A.C. Ulta™ Therapy Unit. It is not for use with Instillation therapy.

5 per case M8275026

For current instructions, see  e-labeling

1 Miller PR, Meredith JW, Johnson JC, et al. Prospective evaluation of vacuum-assisted fascial closure after open abdomen: planned ventral hernia rate is substantially reduced. Annals of Surgery. 2004 May; 239(5): 608-614.

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