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The human touch has an amazing power to aid healing. So simple, and yet so transformative.

At Smith & Nephew, we’ve taken this truth to heart, embracing a more human approach to wound management.


is designed to offer confidence and
simplicity with power and portability.
This facilitates effective therapy while
supporting individualised patient care
from the hospital to the home.


  • An intuitive touchscreen puts a friendly face on Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT)1 The device is designed to be simple to learn and use, helping you streamline therapy delivery
  • Adjustable volume, compression rates and therapy modes
    enable adaptive, individualised care that optimises the patient
  • Small and designed for comfort and discretion, RENASYS TOUCH helps enable patients to maintain their lifestyle while receiving therapy6,7
  • In addition to locking the user interface, placing the device into Patient Mode restricts access to therapy settings, giving you the confidence that therapy is being delivered as it was intended
  • Clear audible and visual alarm cues provide easy assessment of alarm states with built in troubleshooting assistance to guide you through a quick resolution
  • A built in quick reference guide and troubleshooting assistance provides device operation guidance at the touch of a button, helping to reduce therapy interruption and enabling prompt return to therapy

 Learn more about Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT)

For detailed product information, including indications for use, contraindications, effects, precautions, warnings, and important safety information, please consult product’s Instructions for Use (IFU) prior to use.
1. Forlee, M., et al. An interim analysis of device functionality and usability of RENASYS™ TOUCH - a new portable Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) system. Poster presented at the World Union of Wound Healing Societies in Florence (September 2016).
2 Smith & Nephew Data on file. DS/16/136/R Smith and Nephew’s RENASYS Touch Demonstration of Continuous Therapy. April 2016.
3. Smith & Nephew Data on file. DS/16/137/R Smith and Nephew’s RENASYS Touch Demonstration of Intermittent Therapy. April 2016.
4. Smith & Nephew Data on file. DS/16/138/R Smith and Nephew’s RENASYS Touch Device Features –Adjustable Settings. April 2016.
5. Smith & Nephew Data on file. DS/16/139/R Smith and Nephew’s RENASYS Touch Device User Modes - Clinician and Patient. April  2016.
6. Smith & Nephew Data on file. DS/16/140/R Smith and Nephew’s RENASYS Touch Device Features of Mobility and Modesty. April 2016.
7. Smith & Nephew Data on file. DS/16/141/R Smith and Nephew’s RENASYS Touch Device – User Experience. April 2106.


Designed for simplicity and individual solutions

Flexibility through choice.

Smith & Nephew’s commitment to pioneering research has led to the development of RENASYS TOUCH, a powerful device designed for simplicity.

RENASYS TOUCH leverages the latest in component technology and advanced software processing to create a user interface that is easy to navigate while delivering accurate, consistent performance.

 User-friendly operating control  Leak assessment  Adjustable compression rate

User-friendly operating control

- Intuitive, easy to navigate user interface with enhanced operating control1
- Set and start therapy from Home screen
- One press to Settings, Log and Help menus

Leak assessment

- Flow Meter aids in promptly locating and resolving alarms enabling responsive clinical intervention
- Leak check during draw down promotes confident dressing application 

Adjustable compression rate

- Selective control over the time it takes to reach the set vacuum level
- Maximises patient experience based upon wound conditions and pain tolerance2

 Advanced therapy selection  Onboard education tools  Therapy logs

Advanced therapy selection

- Large range of therapy set points (-25 to -200mmHg) for a variety of wound types
- Intermittent therapy set points
(0 to -200mmHg) and cycle times may be adjusted for precise control of NPWT delivery 




On-board education and assistance tools

- Access to quick reference guide, troubleshooting assistance
and customer service contact information empowers patients and caregivers for improved bedside autonomy
- Access to user guide information provides users with a reference to address technical questions at any time

Daily and detailed therapy logs

- Comprehensive therapy data on the device, provides confidence that therapy is being adhered to
- Visibility to utilisation provides the ability to identify therapy indications 



Multiple use configurations

- Carry bag and straps allow for
discrete mobility and enhanced
patient wellbeing
- Self-standing device, with a
kickstand option to optimise
viewing angle and stability
        Renasys carry bag

 Renasys Touch with stand

1. 1. Forlee, M., et al. An interim analysis of device functionality and usability of RENASYS™ TOUCH - a new portable Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) system. Poster presented at the World Union of Wound Healing Societies in Florence (September 2016).
2. Martin R., The use of different levels of negative pressure during NPWT. 2015, Smith & Nephew, Hull. 


RENASYS TOUCH ordering information

Description Smith & Nephew product code
RENASYS TOUCH device 66801280
RENASYS TOUCH 300ml canister with solidifier 66801273
RENASYS TOUCH 300ml canister without solidifier 66801275
RENASYS TOUCH 800ml canister with solidifier 66801274
RENASYS TOUCH carry straps 66801276
RENASYS TOUCH carry bag 66801277
RENASYS TOUCH clinician user manual 66801287
RENASYS TOUCH home healthcare user manual 66801288
RENASYS TOUCH service manual 66801289
RENASYS TOUCH o-ring 66801283
RENASYS TOUCH odour filter 66801284
RENASYS TOUCH IV/Bed pole clamp 66801278


Training and Troubleshooting

These training videos are a guide for users on how to operate the RENASYS TOUCH pump and how to apply foam, gauze and abdominal dressing kits.

Please contact your local Smith & Nephew representative for more details on how to order a device or to request more information.



Who RENASYS TOUCH is indicated for; how it promotes wound healing; contraindications.



How to install the canister step by step; how to turn on the device.



How to clean and protect the wound; how to apply a gauze dressing to the wound; how to cover the gauze with the transparent film; how to apply the soft port to the transparent film; how to connect the soft port tubing to the canister tubing.



How to cut the foam to fit the size and shape of the wound; how to fill the wound cavity; how to begin delivering therapy. 



Where RENASYS AB is intended to be used; for which conditions; when and how to apply Organ Protection Layer (OPL).



How to act when the leak alarm sounds.



Hurd T, Rossington A, Trueman P, Smith J. A retrospective comparison of the performance of two negative pressure wound therapy systems in the management of wounds of mixed aetiology. Advances in Wound Care. 2017;6(1):33-37. DOI: 0.1089/wound.2015.0679.
Rahmanian-Schwarz A, Willkomm L-M, Gonser P, Hirt B, Schaller H-E. A novel option in negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) for chronic and acute wound care. Burns. 2012;38(4):573-577.
Forlee M, Nel J, Richardson J, Rossington A, Cockwill J, Smith J. Wound Management with Adjustable Intermittent or Continuous Negative Pressure Wound Therapy: Interim Results from a Randomised Controlled Trial. Poster presented at EWMA, Bremen 2016.
Bondokji S, Rangaswamy M, Reuter C, Farajalla Y, Mole T, Cockwill J, Smith J. Clinical efficacy of a new variant of a foam-based NWPT system. Journal of Wound Care. 2011;20(2):62, 64-67.


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