BroadcastMed Spotlights KCI’s Prevena™ Incision Management System

BroadcastMed Spotlights KCI’s Prevena™ Incision Management System

BroadcastMed, Inc.Samantha Kling, 860-760-4205Marketing & Promotions Specialist

ORLive.com, BroadcastMed’s premiere surgical broadcasting website, is proud to present a webcast on the KCI Prevena™ Incision Management System.

as obstetrics and gynecologic surgeon, Lance T. Frye, discusses the benefits of Prevena™ Therapy and demonstrates its application.

The KCI Prevena™ Incision Management System is intended to manage the environment of surgical incisions that continue to drain following sutured or stapled closure. The Prevena™ Incision Management System is designed to create an environment that helps to promote healing by:

Removing exudate and potentially infectious material

Helping to hold the edges of the incision together

Protecting the surgical site from external infectious sources

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About BroadcastMed, Inc.

BroadcastMed is an online medical broadcasting company. We help the World’s leading hospitals and medical device companies create and deliver trusted educational content to physicians. Our clients rely on us to deliver measurable results by expanding their reach through the BroadcastMed syndication network which includes ORLive.com, ranked among the top three online destinations for physicians.

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