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HomeExpertise Aesthetic / Cosmetic Surgery (Indoor admission basis) VAC

Vacuum assisted wound closure

VAC Before
VAC Before
VAC After
VAC After

Vacuum-assisted closure (VAC) is an innovative growth of a conventional surgical procedure the use of vacuum-assisted and drainage to eliminate blood or serous liquid from an injured part.

The application of negative pressure in vacuum-assisted closing eliminates hydropsy liquid from the injury through suction power. This results in increased blood veins circulation to the injury/wound and increases cell growth. Another essential benefit of fluid removal is the reduction in microbial colonization of the wound, which reduces the risk of wound infections. Through these effects, vacuum-assisted closing increases the development of granulation tissue, an essential aspect in wound treatment and closing.

The length of therapy relies on the size of the wound. Naturally, smaller, not so deep injuries will require smaller therapy periods.