Advanced Wound Healing by Design
Since its introduction in 1995 (U.S.) / 1994 (Europe), V.A.C.® Therapy has changed the way wounds are healed by NPWT devices. With more published clinical evidence than any other form of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy, V.A.C. Therapy has been prescribed in the treatment of more than 8,000,000 wounds worldwide*.
The integrated V.A.C. Therapy System promotes wound healing through Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT). Delivering negative pressure (a vacuum) at the wound site through a unique, proprietary dressing helps draw wound edges together, removes infectious materials and actively promotes formation of the granulation tissue. These Mechanisms of Action (macrostrain, microstrain) lead to fast20 and effective5 wound healing and improved patient Quality of Life1 in a cost-effective way. 3.
With more than eight million wounds treated worldwide* and published in more than 918 peer-reviewed articles, including 41 RCTs, V.A.C. Therapy delivers the clinical and economic outcomes carers can trust.
*As of 12/31/13 KCI data on file
|V.A.C. Therapy Units and Systems||V.A.C. Therapy Dressings||V.A.C. Therapy Canisters||V.A.C. Therapy Accessories|
V.A.C. Therapy Units and Systems are available in different models to accommodate various patient care settings and therapy needs.
V.A.C.Ulta Negative Pressure Wound Therapy System is the evolution of V.A.C.® Therapy. It offers two therapies in one easy to use unit.
The Next Generation of V.A.C. Therapy Units for the acute care environment with enhanced data gathering and ease-of-use capabilities.
The latest V.A.C. Therapy unit for ambulatory patients, designed to simplify patient compliance and mobility.
Designed for acute and chronic wounds for patients in acute and long-term care facilities.
Designed to deliver all the benefits of V.A.C. Therapy in home and work settings.
Designed for patients in acute and long-term care facilities, combines NPWT with instillation therapy to deliver topical treatment solutions to the wound bed.