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TopiVac Irrigation Digital Hand Wound Care Device
Chairside Classic Vacuum Assisted and Irrigation Wound Therapy Device NPWT


Topivac Vacuum Assisted Washable Wound Treatment Device

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TopiVac Digital Hand Vacuum Assisted Irrigation (Incision) Wound Closure Therapy Device

TopiVac Digital Hand Vacuum Assisted and Irrigation Wound Therapy
Vacuum Assisted, Irrigation Wound Closure Therapy Device

Conventional vacuum assisted irrigating, standard negative pressure wound closure device and dressing; is an active system with irrigating (with bidistillated water) applying controlled local negative pressure to support healing in noninvasive acute and chronic wounds. It increases the life quality of the patient and reduces the treatment costs. It heals wounds more quickly and effectively.

It is a non-invasive wound treatment method that has proven itself in wound healing. This treatment unit is needed to irrigate the wounded area and to apply controlled negative pressure (subatmospheric).

The TopiVac Digital Hand Chairside Classic Irrigation Vacuum Assisted Wound Treatment Device has a wide variety of disposable consumable components to optimize treatment.

Hand Digital Connection Diagram
TopiVac Irrigation, Hand Digital Connection Diagram

Specially produced for the device TopiVac MultiDRESS, it continuously pulls exudate from the wound through a special foam wound irrigating dressing set applied to the wounded area. It provides equal distribution of negative pressure to the wounded area. With the feature of set and device, the wound centre is irrigated and necroses are removed from the wound.


In complicated wounds, we recommend that you use irrigation and our other advanced products.

TopiVac Digital Hand Irrigation, Vacuum Assisted Wound Closure Device and Dressing Sets Case, Practice and Clinic Visual Examples

Knee trauma, implant fracture wound - Before
Case 1: Before Treatment

Post-Treatment Knee trauma, implant fracture wound granulation
Case 1: 7 Days Later

diabetic foot wound - Before
Case 2: Before Treatment

Post-treatment diabetic foot wound, granulation formation, wound healing
Case 2: 9 Days Later

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