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Wound Care

Apria Helps Make Healing Wounds Easier

Apria is a dedicated provider of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) equipment and supplies to facilitate wound care while at home. NPWT assists in the healing of wounds that occur as a result of damage to the surface of the skin.

Patients with a doctor’s prescription may begin their NPWT therapy in a clinical setting, a nursing center environment, or at home. Regardless of where patients choose to start their therapy, Apria will provide the NPWT Pump and supplies for the wound dressing so that the healing process may continue at home. No matter how severe the wound, Apria is committed to achieving the best possible outcomes for our patients. About wound care »

Apria is the exclusive US provider of the Avance® wound care system by Mölnlycke Health Care.

Avance® Film with Safetac®Avance_Pump_Dresing_248x170

A revolutionary new NPWT wound care dressing:

  • Clinically proven to cause less pain1 and less skin stripping2
  • Repositionable for easier application
  • Promotes wound healing3

Avance® Flex Pump

  • Small and lightweight for mobile use
  • Efficient dual-power pump
  • Clear and simple operation
  • Ergonomic design with a discrete 300 ml canister

Apria is now available on WoundExpert®

When selecting a home therapy provider for NPWT patients within WoundExpert®,
you now have the option to choose Apria Healthcare.


To contact our Customer Service Support Line, call:

1-800-780-1228 and select from the following options:

  • Prompt 1 – For new orders, existing patient status, or to discontinue and return equipment
  • Prompt 2 – To re-order supplies
  • Prompt 3 – For pump and dressing-related inquiries


Negative Wound Pressure Therapy Testimonials from Apria Healthcare on Vimeo.


Product Resources

Click here for additional Negative Pressure Wound Therapy information, including the following:

  • Videos
  • Patient Welcome Booklets
  • Quick Reference Guides
  • User Manuals
  • Clinical Guides


  1. Rafter, L. et al. Use of a soft silicone-based film dressing in negative pressure wound therapy. Wounds UK, 2013.
  2. Waring, M. et al. An evaluation of the skin stripping of wound dressing adhesives. Journal of Wound Care, 2011.
  3. Upton, D. et al. Negative pressure wound therapy: improving the patient experience. Poster presentation at EWMA conference, Denmark, 2013.


Avance and Safetac are registered trademarks of Mölnlycke Health Care. WoundExpert is a registered trademark of Net Health.