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February 4, 2022, 09:01

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Vacuum therapy has already been included in the CHI program in the capital.

Moscow Center for Innovative Technologies in Healthcare Moscow Social Development Complex will test Russian vacuum therapy devices for the accelerated treatment of severe wounds. The technology automates the process and allows you to quickly transfer the patient to an outpatient regimen.

“Our center continues to search for and test promising technologies to improve Moscow healthcare. A pilot study of a technology platform based on Moscow hospitals is another step in this direction. Considering the importance of treating severe wounds and the prospects of the technology used – vacuum therapy, I hope that its successful testing will help increase the effectiveness of the treatment of burns, peritonitis, bedsores, pancreatic necrosis, trophic lesions, superinfections,” said Vyacheslav Shulenin, General Director of the Moscow Center for Innovative Technologies in Healthcare.

Russian vacuum therapy devices outperform foreign counterparts in terms of technical characteristics, capabilities and level of service. The principle of their action is based on the automatic supply of a medicinal solution to the wound. A special filler is placed in the cavity, covered with a waterproof film, drainage is installed and connected to the apparatus. The patient can receive qualified assistance even at home.

The company that will supply medical equipment is the only developer and manufacturer of import-substituting devices for vacuum therapy of severe wounds in the country. Together with the Moscow Center for Innovative Technologies in Healthcare, they conduct research on the introduction of the latest solutions in the practice of treating wounds of various etiologies. In the future, this will help form new approaches to treatment and increase its effectiveness.

With the help of vacuum therapy devices, it is planned to reduce the time of wound healing by two to four times, reduce the number of dressings by three times compared to traditional methods, and reduce the risks of secondary infection. After testing, specialists will develop methodological and clinical recommendations for the treatment of wounds.

Vacuum therapy has already been included in the compulsory medical insurance program in Moscow.

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