A Better Approach to Wound Care

Advanced Therapy. Simple Implementation.

Help your patients heal faster and restore their quality of life.

At Mission Health + Home, we supply negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) and oxygen wound healing products for clinicians, hospitals, and wound care specialists throughout Western and Central New York.

Based in Rochester, NY, we’ve served as a premier wound equipment provider for regional healthcare organizations in Syracuse, Utica, the Greater Buffalo-Niagara region, and beyond.

From hospital to home, our team is ready to deliver state-of-the-art wound care supplies for your patients. We also offer support surfaces and patient handling products and installation services.

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy

Modern medicine’s approach to wound treatment is rapidly improving, and negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) is at the forefront of it all.

By creating an optimal healing environment, NPWT can speed up the recovery process, reduce the risk of infection, optimize blood flow to the treatment site, and improve patient quality of life.

How does negative pressure wound therapy work?
Wound vacuum therapy shortens healing times, fosters a healthy healing environment, promotes granulation tissue formation, reduces edema, prevents infection, and eases the financial burdens on health care facilities.
What kinds of wounds benefit from NPWT?

NPWT is proved to be effective in treating the following types of wounds:

  • Dehisced wounds
  • Diabetic ulcers
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Venous insufficiency ulcers
  • Traumatic wounds
  • Partial thickness burns
  • Flaps and grafts
  • Closed surgical incisions

MEDELA Negative Pressure Wound Therapy

Medela Innovates the NPWT Standard of Care Brochure

Continuous Diffusion of Oxygen (CDO) Therapy

Some wounds take months ‒ even years ‒- to heal. Continuous diffusion of oxygen (CDO) therapy is a state-of-the-art approach to healing wounds that don’t respond to traditional treatment methods.

At Mission Health, we supply the OxyGeni® device for clinicians, hospitals, and wound care patients.

What kinds of wounds benefit from CDO therapy?
In addition to treating difficult wounds, the OxyGeni® helps with wound bed preparation for skin graft patients and healing dehiscent wounds, gangrenous ulcers, radiation burns, diabetic foot ulcers, and more.
How does CDO therapy work?
By providing a continuous, 24/7 flow of oxygen to a wound site, CDO therapy devices can help new, old, or difficult-to-close wounds heal faster and more efficiently.

These portable devices also improve patient mobility while reducing pain and the risk of bacterial infection.

Never compromise the quality of your patient care. Contact us at 585-203-9200 & let us help you take charge with innovative wound care solutions.