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U.S. Patent No. 9,078,990

Fistula Funnel®​​

Tapered design flexes to isolate sidewall fistulas.

Sizeable to 1, 2, or 3 cm isolation area diameter

U.S. Patent No. 9,078,990

Patent Pending

Wound Crown®​​

General applications.

Isolates and controls the effluent of enteric fistulas and ostomy stomas

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​To isolate:We suggest:
  •   Small intestinal fistula
  •   Ileostomy

  •   Small sized fistulas
  •   Sidewall fistulas
  •   Deep crevice wound bed areas

  •   Large fistulas
  •   Group of fistulas
  •   Large or uniquely shaped wound bed areas

Isolator Strip®​​

Flexible strip designed to be shaped as needed for specific isolation applications


Acute Care HOspitals

  • Reduce long-stay outliers among abdominal wound patients having high output fistulas or an ostomy
  • Reduce need for Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN) and associated PICC line infection risk

  • Reduce total wound care cost per patient stay​

Wound Care Professionals

  • Shorten wound healing time for abdominal wound patients having high output fistulas or an ostomy
  • Reduce aggravated peri-wound skin pain
  • Reduce the frequency of dressing changes
  • Allow patients to eat real food 

Not made with natural rubber latex

Assembled in USA

​​​​​​Managing patients with complex abdominal wounds can be a struggle.  Particularly challenging are enteric or intestinal fistulas that drain into open abdominal wounds.  A high output enteric fistula can produce two to seven liters of effluent per day that must be contained and controlled if the wound is to heal.

To improve the management of patients with enteric fistulas and other wounds we developed the Wound Crown
®, Fistula Funnel® and Isolator Strip®.  These devices have been used effectively with the separation technique on enteroatmospheric fistulas and stomas that drain into open abdominal wounds with moderate to high output levels to extend dressing change intervals and accelerate wound healing. ​

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