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Medela LLC  

McHenry,  IL 
United States
  • Booth: 135

Medela Negative Pressure Wound Therapy

The Medela brand name is commonly recognized for our market leading breast pump portfolio. But at our core, Medela has been an innovator of medical vacuum technologies for nearly 60 years.  These include advancements in NPWT, CardioThoracic Drainage, Breast and Enteral Feeding, Surgical Suction, and Airway Suction.  More than six million hospitals and homes have relied on our medical pumps, including Invia® Liberty™ NPWT System and Invia Motion® Personal NPWT System to improve the patient experience.  We proudly offer solutions that simplify the delivery and management of NPWT, eliminating unnecessary clinical and administrative complexity....We Make NPWT Easier.  

Brands: Invia® Liberty™ NPWT System, Invia Motion® Personal NPWT System, and Invia NPWT Dressing & Kits.


Medela NPWT Intelligent Pressure Control and Dynamic Exudate Removal
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  • Medela Receives Innovative Technology Contract from Vizient for Invia® Liberty™ and Invia Motion® NPWT Systems

    Innovative Technology contract recognizes negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) systems designed to deliver Intelligent Pressure Control and Dynamic Exudate Removal

    McHenry, Ill., March 10, 2020 – Medela LLC, announced its Invia Liberty and Invia Motion Systems have received an Innovative Technology contract from Vizient, Inc., the largest member-driven health care performance improvement company in the country. The contract was based on the recommendation of Invia Liberty and Invia Motion negative pressure wound therapy systems (NPWT) by hospital experts in this category who serve on one of Vizient’s member-led councils.

    "For Medela to be recognized by the experts and receive the Innovative Technology contract is exceptional," said Melissa Gonzales, executive vice president of the Americas for Medela LLC. "Healthcare is a dynamic marketplace and we look forward to working with the full Vizient membership group through this contract to help their member hospitals enhance clinical and patient care with important medical vacuum technology."

    "After a review of Invia Liberty and Invia Motion NPWT Systems, Vizient’s member council agreed this technology offers a unique benefit over other products available in the market today and recommended it for an innovative technology contract. We are pleased to award this new contract to Medela," said Debbie Archer, director of procurement and leader of the Vizient Innovative Technology program for suppliers.

    The Invia Liberty and Invia Motion NPWT systems deliver prescribed pressure at the dressing site (Intelligent Pressure Control) and actively help prevent blockages with airflow cycles adapting up to four times a minute depending on the level of volume and viscosity (Dynamic Exudate Removal). Medela’s systems follow the international recommendations for NPWT set by the European Wound Management Association (EWMA) and offer an electronically controlled feedback system to maintain the therapy prescribed by the physician.

    Vizient represents a diverse membership base that includes academic medical centers, pediatric facilities, community hospitals, integrated health delivery networks and non-acute health care providers and represents approximately $100 billion in annual purchasing volume.

    Through its Innovative Technology Program, Vizient works with member-led councils and task forces to review potentially innovative products. If it is determined that a product is innovative, Vizient may award a contract outside of the competitive bid cycle.

    To learn more about Medela’s complete negative wound pressure therapy system, visit To request information about how to purchase, fill out our online form to connect with a Medela sales consultant.

    About Medela LLC Medela’s US-based manufacturing and development facility is headquartered in McHenry, Illinois. Medela Healthcare is a global manufacturer of medical vacuum solutions that are respected and trusted by doctors and healthcare professionals from around the world. Medela’s Healthcare business unit seeks to improve the lives of patients, doctors and hospital staffs through constant innovation and our passion to understand the challenges that patients and

    clinicians face in their daily lives. Life is precious and needs passionate people ‒ like those at Medela ‒ to provide progressive care. For more information, visit

    Medela wordmark and logo and Invia Motion, Invia FitPad and Invia are registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Liberty is a trademark of Medela.


  • Invia NPWT System
    Efficient solutions in all patient settings and simplified dressing management....

  • Invia® Liberty™ and Invia Motion® systems both offer clinical flexibility with the choice of pressure settings and therapy modes. Invia Liberty is a proven and versatile, reusable NPWT system; while Invia Motion delivers the convenience of a personal-use pump.

    Invia® NPWT dressings portfolio includes gauze, black and white foam, as well as convenient and secure quick-connector tubing. We offer easy dressing application and intuitive transparent film handling.

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