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Invia Foam Dressing Kit

Medela's Invia foam and gauze dressing kits provide options for patients and professionals with easy-to-use and reliable NPWT solutions. Along with a separate gauze -kit -option, the new foam dressing kit complements Medela`s premier offering of reusable and personal NPWT pumps.

Easy-to-use and reliable solutions

With the new Invia foam dressing kit, Medela now broadens its easy-to-use and reliable NPWT solutions. Medela has developed a high quality NPWT portfolio that provides personal and reusable pumps along with disposables and dressing kits.


Benefits of Invia Foam Dressing With ESI

The Invia foam dressing kit is available in small, medium and large sizes. The components are packaged sterile and are for single patient use only.

The foam  pad has an open celled structure, manufactured using a reticulated flexible polyether and polyurethane hydrophobic material.

Low profile, flexible External Suction Interface (ESI).


  • Three foam sizes allow customized application
  • Sterile packaging for single patient use
  • Open reticulated foam pad structure allows for transport of excess exudates, infectious material and tissue debris.
  • ESI allows for accurate positioning and easy placement.

The dimensions of the Invia foam pads are:

  • Small: 10cm x 8cm x 3cm
  • Medium: 19cm x 12.5cm x 3cm
  • Large: 25cm x 15cm x 3cm


The key foam pad properties are:

  • 30 +/- 5 pores per inch cell count
  • 20 PSI dry tensile strength


The transparent film dimensions are 26cm x 32cm (10.25 x 12.5 inches).

The moisture vapor transmission rate (MVTR) is 385 grams/meters2/day.


The Invia foam dressing kit with ESI is indicated for a variety of NPWT patient applications.  Please note, the products are only for use with approved therapy unit.

(See instructions for use for full prescribing information.)

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