Helping Animals Heal Through Negative Pressure Wound Therapy

Helping Animals Heal Through Negative Pressure Wound Therapy

Helping Animals Heal Through Negative Pressure Wound Therapy

 

Pet owners and animal lovers alike know that a beloved pet is often seen as a member of the family. Much of humanity believes that all creatures are a treasure to behold, appreciate and respect. So when animals are wounded, we hope that caregivers have access to the very best veterinary care available. That is why we at Modern Marketing Concepts (MMC) are proud to have the unique opportunity to help put a state of the art advanced wound healing therapy into the hands of veterinarians across the United States. Successfully used to achieve wound closure in humans for decades, Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) applies physical forces that a wound to create an environment that promotes wound healing.

Today, MMC implements a strategic marketing and education program to create veterinarian awareness of our client’s Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) delivery system. As a result, veterinarians are becoming increasingly aware of and have access to an NPWT delivery system that can help them treat acute and chronic wounds more effectively than before.

Tressa Sanders, MMC’s Animal Health inside sales professional, works tirelessly to raise veterinary awareness about NPWT. Through her outreach efforts, Tressa delivers educational presentations, helps veterinarians access the therapy and leverages social media to create awareness and share success stories. MMC is proud to take part of our client’s commitment to advancing wound care in the animal health market, and giving animals a greater chance to receive potentially lifesaving wound therapy.

“Veterinarians are just now learning about negative pressure wound therapy technology and how it can be used for their patient population,” Sanders explains. “Once they see it and see how beneficial it has been in previous cases, they love it. My goal is to just get the vets to see the technology as something that can help them with these really serious injuries.”

 

 

 

 

Please reference the V.A.C.® Therapy for Veterinary Use User Manual for specific indications, contraindications, safety information and detailed instructions for use.

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