EU3901Vacuum Generator Plus 01
EU3905/PTransport Bag 01
EU3906Reservoir (single use) 06
EU4001/A Kit WATERLILY with suction head (gauzes inside) 12
EU4001/B Kit WATERLILY with suction head (gauzes in roll inside) 06
EU4002/A Kit WATERLILY with Jackson Pratt (gauzes inside) 12
EU4002/B kit WATERLILY with Jackson Pratt (gauze in roll inside) 06
EU4003Kit Waterlily PU Foam Small (PU Foam 10x8) 12
EU4004Kit Waterlily PU Foam Medium (PU Foam 18x13) 12
EU4005Kit Waterlily PU Foam Large (PU Foam 26x15) 06
EU3908suction line for Jackson Pratt drainage 12
EU3924Waterlily suction line with double soft suction head12
EU3914Waterlily antidecubitus soft suction head + adhesive drape6
EU3917Waterlily suction line with soft suction head 12
24110Jackson Pratt drain type flat 3x7mm 12
EU3915adhesive drape NPWT 318x260mm 24
6662 Antibacterial Kendall Kerlix AMD gauze 15x17cm (2 gauzes) 24
3332Antibacterial Kendall Kerlix AMD_ROLL 11,4cm x 3,7m (1 roll) 06
EU3910/45 Waterlily PU Foam dressing S 24
EU3911/45 Waterlily PU Foam dressing M 24
EU3912/45 Waterlily PU Foam dressing L 18
EU3930/45WaterLily PU Foam Dressing size “Thin -S” 45 (10x8x1,5 cm)48
EU3931/45WaterLily PU Foam Dressing size “Thin -M” 45 (18x13x1,5)48
EU3932/45WaterLily PU Foam Dressing size “Thin -L” 45 (26x15x1,5)48
EU3918/45Waterlily PU Foam Dressing 100-2248
EU10013/GB Guide for Home Wound Care MVG Plus (English Version) 01
EU10013/I Guide for Home Wound Care MVG Plus (Italian Version) 01


Negative Pressure Wound Therapy


Waterlily is a dynamic and exclusive non-invasive system, which, by means of a negative pressure on the wound, allows to:

  • A) increase the local blood circulation
  • B) reduce the oedema
  • C) stimulate the formation of granulation tissue
  • D) stimulate the cell proliferation
  • E) reduce the bacterial load

The Waterlily therapy applies a negative pressure (sub-atmospheric) on the lesion by means of:

  • the use of a Jackson-Pratt drainage tube, or
  • with a suction head.

The negative pressure can be continuous or intermittent according to the type of wound to be treated and to the clinical goals.


  • chronic ulcers at the lower limbs
  • ulcers of the diabetic foot
  • pressure ulcers
  • engraftment of skin grafting
  • surgical dehiscence
  • traumatic injuries
  • blood vessels and exposed organs


  • malignant lesions
  • untreated osteomyelitis
  • unexplored fistulas
  • presence of necrotic tissue with eschar
  • blood vessels and exposed organs