KCI Wound V.A.C.® and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy – Disconnecting and Reconnecting the Wound V.A.C.® Pre and Post HBOT

This a follow-up post on NPWT/ Wound V.A.C.® and hyperbaric oxygen therapy. The original post is found here: HBO Therapy and Wound VAC

The KCI Clinical Practice Guideline on VAC and HBOT is located here.

I would like to thank Valerie Rodriguez, RN (KCI Clinical Account Manager) and Susan Sneider (KCI-AE) from KCI for assisting in this video as a patient and videographer. You both have been very helpful.

V.A.C.® is a registered trademark of Kinetic Concepts, Inc. (KCI) is a global medical technology company with leadership positions in advanced wound care, negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) and Therapeutic Support Systems.

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5 thoughts on “KCI Wound V.A.C.® and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy – Disconnecting and Reconnecting the Wound V.A.C.® Pre and Post HBOT

    • From what I was told it has to do with reducing any chances of developing any static due to the materials used for the wound vac dressing.

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