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V.A.C.VIA™ Negative Pressure Wound Therapy System


V.A.C.VIA™ Therapy Unit
V.A.C.VIA™ Therapy Unit
V.A.C.VIA™ Starter Kit
V.A.C.VIA™ Starter Kit

Proven V.A.C.® Therapy in a Mobile, Disposable Unit

The V.A.C.VIA Therapy System is a convenient, mobile and disposable form of V.A.C.® Therapy. 
 
The V.A.C.VIA Therapy System is small, lightweight, easy to use and features SENSAT.R.A.C. Technology to ensure accurate delivery of set NPWT.

Overview

Mobility. Convenience. Confidence.

 
  • Immediate access to therapy
  • 1-button operation
  • Single-patient use
  • Visible and audible monitoring

Easy for Your Patients

 
 
  • Small, sleek design
  • Lightweight
 

Proven V.A.C.® Therapy

 
 
  • Features SENSAT.R.A.C.™ Technology
  • Customized therapy options
  • 250ml disposable canister

How it Works

  • About
  • Specifications
  • Materials For Download

About

Mobile, convenient and disposable V.A.C.® Therapy System

The V.A.C.VIA Therapy System is a disposable NPWT System that allows clinicians easy access to V.A.C.® Therapy for low exudating (<80ml/day) wounds, small- to medium-sized wounds (up to 250cm3), split-thickness skin grafts and immediate discharges from the acute care setting.
 
The V.A.C.VIA™ Therapy System:
  • Allows for convenient access to off-the-shelf therapy kits
  • Removes exudate and infectious materials
  • Can be transitioned to an outpatient setting for use in multiple care settings
  • Facilitates quick and easy application with fntuitive dressings and a simplified user interface
  • Delivers continuous negative pressure (-125mmHg or -75mmHg) and dynamic pressure control through the same mechanisms of action of other V.A.C.® Therapy Systems
  • Pulls the edges of the wound bed together using the unique V.A.C.VIA™ GRANUFOAM™ Dressing
  • Maintains a moist wound environment that promotes perfusion and granulation tissue formation
  • Acts as a closed system, providing a barrier to external infectious sources
 

How V.A.C.® Therapy creates an environment that promotes wound healing

 
Under negative pressure, V.A.C.® Therapy with proprietary V.A.C.® GRANUFOAM™ Dressings applies mechanical forces to the wound to create an environment that promotes wound healing. These forces are known as macrostrain and microstrain.1
 
Macrostrain is the visible stretch that occurs when negative pressure contracts the foam.
 
  • Draws wound edges together
  • Provides direct and complete wound bed contact
  • Evenly distributes negative pressure
  • Removes exudate and infectious materials
 
Microstrain is the microdeformation at the cellular level, which leads to cell stretch.
 
  • Reduces edema
  • Promotes perfusion
  • Promotes granulation tissue formation by facilitating cell migration and proliferation

Specifications

V.A.C.VIA™ Therapy Unit
Unit Weight with empty canister:                                    0.7 lbs (0.32kg)
Dimensions with empty canister Length 6.4” (16.3cm): Width 3.5” (8.9cm); Depth 3.3” (7.0cm)
Pump:                                                                                 One diaphragm pump
Canister Volume:                                                               250ml, omni-directional, with Isolyzer
Battery Type:                                                                     Custom lithium battery
Battery Life:                                                                       ~ 9 hours
Battery Recharge Time:                                                     Less than 6 hours
 
Therapy Delivery
Modes Continuous or DYNAMIC PRESSURE CONTROL™ (DPC) Therapy
Pressure Settings: -75mmHg or -125mmHg
Power Source:       AC and battery
Safety Alarms System Fault, Blockage, Leakage, Low Battery, Therapy Life Exhausted
 
Electrical Data
External Power Supply Input:               100-240 VAC @ 50/60 Hz
External Power Supply Output:            nominally 9Vdc (18 Watt)
Patient & Enclosure Leakage Current: < 100μA @ 132Vac @ 60 Hz
 
IEC Classification
EC 60601-1 3rd edition Certified
Type BF applied part
Class II equipment
IP22 ingress protection
 
Environmental Conditions
Transport and Storage Conditions:
 
  • Temperature Range: -20°F (-29°C) to 140°F (60°C)
  • Relative Humidity Range: 0-95%, non-condensing
 
Operating Conditions:
 
  • Temperature: 41°F (5°C) to 104°F (40°C)
  • Relative Humidity: 15-93%, non-condensing
  • Altitude Range: Optimal Performance: -1,250ft to 9,850ft. (-380m to 3,000m)
 
Packaging Dimensions
V.A.C.VIA™ Therapy Starter Kit Shipper:                                     44 x 25.6 x 58.4cm
V.A.C.VIA™ Therapy Starter Kit Each:                                          42.5 x 24.7 x 10.6cm
V.A.C.VIA™ GRANUFOAM™ Spiral Dressing, Medium Shipper:  31.5 x 19 x 26.4cm
V.A.C.VIA™ GRANUFOAM™ Spiral Dressing, Medium Pouch:    31.5 x 25.1cm
V.A.C.VIA™ GRANUFOAM™ Spiral Dressing, Small Shipper:      31.5 x 19 x 26.4cm
V.A.C.VIA™ GRANUFOAM™ Spiral Dressing, Small Pouch:         31.5 x 19 x 26.4cm
V.A.C.VIA™ Therapy Canister Shipper:                                          46 x 20.8 x 14.6cm
 

Indications & Applications

Indications & Applications

  • Indications
  • Applications

Indications for Use

Before use, physicians should review complete risk information and essential prescribing information which can be found in the Instructions for Use
 
The V.A.C.VIA™ Negative Pressure Wound Therapy System is an integrated wound management system for use in acute, extended and home care settings.
 
When used on open wounds, the V.A.C.VIA™ System is intended to create an environment that promotes wound healing by secondary or tertiary (delayed primary) intention by preparing the wound bed for closure, reducing edema, promoting granulation tissue formation and perfusion, and by removing exudate and infectious material. Open wound types include: chronic, acute, traumatic, subacute and dehisced wounds, partial-thickness burns, ulcers (such as diabetic, pressure or venous insufficiency), flaps and grafts.
 
When used on closed surgical incisions, it is intended to manage the environment of surgical incisions that continue to drain following sutured or staple closure by maintaining a closed environment and removing exudates via the application of negative pressure wound therapy.
 

Evidence & Outcomes

V.A.C.® Therapy has the largest body of evidence to date including over 1,000 peer reviewed articles, 45 of which are randomized controlled trials (RCTs). These studies have demonstrated positive clinical outcomes of NPWT, as well as the effectiveness of V.A.C.® Therapy in diabetic foot wounds, chronic wounds (e.g., pressure ulcers and lower extremity ulcers), and a variety of acute wounds. Some of these studies are listed below.

Clinical Evidence

Additional summary of evidence and outcomes.

Evidence & Outcomes

Product Evidence and Outcomes

Title Study Type Date Authors