Wound Vacs for Veterinarians

equipment sales and rentals for DVMs

Dog being treated after surgery

Just as with human patients, negative pressure wound therapy can be used successfully to treat complex and/or post-surgical wounds in dogs, cats, horses and many other animals.

We offer sales and rentals of wound vacs to private practices, veterinary clinics and animal hospitals at the most competitive prices available – and with the support and service you need.

New to negative pressure at your practice? We’re here to help. Feel free to call us with any questions you may have.

Uses & Advantages of negative pressure wound therapy

Wound vacs are used for a wide variety of acute & chronic wounds in animals, including:

  • Abscesses

  • Severe burns

  • Dehisced surgical incisions

  • Skin grafts

  • Necrotizing fasciitis or severe vasculitis

In addition, our wound vacs offer many benefits for you, your care team and your patients, including:

  • Fewer bandage changes, as wound vac dressings need to be changed less often than wet-to-dry bandages

  • Faster tissue granulation, decreasing hospitalization time

  • The ability to run wound vac pressures up to 200 mmHg for horses and other large animals and as low as 40 mmHg for small dogs and cats

  • The ability to operate the control unit in continuous, intermittent and variable intermittent suction at all pressure levels

  • Better removal of bacteria, foreign material & necrotic tissue

  • Relief of pressure that can cause pain, as well as reduced inflammation

  • Easier wound monitoring to avoid potential complications

Learn more about recent studies and best practices for the use of wound vacs and surgical drains in veterinary medicine.


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