Small negative-pressure device helps wounds heal

10/23/2012 | KSTU-TV (Salt Lake City)

A palm-sized negative pressure wound therapy device provides mechanical stability to surgical sites, preventing infection and helping wounds to heal, says Dr. Jeffrey Rocco, a partner at Utah Orthopaedics. The PICO pump is portable and waterproof.

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