C-section

The PICO System may help reduce the risk of surgical site infections (SSIs) and may help improve healing times as part of a comprehensive clinical protocol.1,2

 

Using a multi-faceted active change process and infection prevention to reduce post-op C-section infections (Clinical poster)

In women undergoing C-sections that have any of these high risk factors that could lead to complications, the use of PICO should be considered.

  • Smokers
  • Comorbidities including diabetes, obesity, hypertension, poor vascular status, immuno-compromise
  • Lengthy surgeries
  • Emergency procedures
  • Etiology of the problem

NEW clinical evidence2

c-section study results 01
c-section study results 02
c-section study results 03

*PICO dressings have a wear time of up to 7 days, depending on exudate levels.

c-section study results 04
c-section study results 05
c-section study results 06

Considerations and limitations inevitable unblended design, which in general can introduce observer and patient bias.

For detailed product information, including indications for use, contraindications, effects, precautions and warnings, please consult the product's applicable Instructions for Use (IFU) prior to use.

References
  1. Harris, et al. Using a multi-faceted active change process and infection prevention to reduce post-op C-section infection. Poster presented at SAWC Spring 2013.
  2. Hyldig N, Vinter CA, Kruse M, et al. Prophylactic incisional negative pressure wound therapy reduces the risk of surgical site infection after caesarean section in obese women: A pragmatic randomised clinical trial. BJOG. 2018 Aug 1. [Epub ahead of print]