Negative Pressure Wound and Lymphedema Therapy
Kustom Kinetics Products and Services
Kustom Kinetics Medical Products is a Wound Consulting company that provides state of the art Negative Pressure Wound Therapy and Pneumatic Compression Devices to fit the needs of patients who suffer from non healing wounds and chronic lymphedema. We can show facilities how to generate revenue to maximize profit. We can also show facilities how to increase patient census and increase services offered which will increase marketability. We can help set a facility apart from its competition.
Kustom Kinetics employs a clinical staff with 20 + years experience in wound care to provide support, answer questions, and provide ongoing training to patients and staff. We pride ourselves in providing service that is equal to none. Our specialty trained staff are available 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week to ensure prompt and knowledgeable assistance. We always have time to help!
Kustom Kinetics believes in offering our customers options. We have created several different payment options to consider when contemplating our wound care programs.
Kustom Kinetics also offers a consulting package which includes such programs as: Pressure Ulcer Prevention, Prevalence and Incidence Study, and ongoing Product Training. We offer these programs in conjunction with specific payment options or separately. The programs and be purchased individually or as a group to best meet the needs of each facility. We can tailor each program based on a facilities size and specifications.
Kustom Kinetics is a patient centered company that strives to provide exceptional care, service and products to our customers. Let us partner with you to heal your patients.
What is Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT)?
History of NPWT
It’s one of the oldest forms of medicinal therapy and dates back centuries. Wound drainage has been implemented for even longer – reported cases trace back to 600 BC in Assyria and Babylon – and vacuuming via heated copper bowls began in 400 BC by the Greeks. The technique and design began to advance as cupping spread west over the centuries, and in 1907, Dr. E. Klapp first used a suction pump on a wound. By the 1970’s, doctors were using drainage canisters help with tissue repair.
In 1985, Dr. Katherine Jeter developed a unique system of products to apply negative pressure to a patient’s wound bed. She pioneered the use of suction to treat wounds utilizing a gauze dressing and wall suction. Dr. Mark Chariker aided in a clinical study and furthered this new revolutionary healing process. They understood that the application of negative pressure to a wound bed had extraordinary effects on a patient’s ability to heal, and they published their findings and advanced the art of wound care in 1989.
Today, NPWT is a widely adopted treatment helping to heal wounds around the world. Our extriCARE® NPWT system offers a new approach to this healing therapy. The lightweight device allows patients to experience wound healing while being mobile and living more normally without being bedridden. Sources: Wound, Ostomy & Continence Nurses Society™, U.S. Food & Drug Administration; Devon Medical Products
Kustom Kinetics is committed to providing superior medical products and delivering excellence in customer service. We support healthcare professionals in providing the highest level of patient care.