Welcome to Medicus DME. We are dedicated to providing the best Wound VAC rental, and negative pressure wound therapy services to nursing homes, therefore your patients get the best wound care without over straining your staff.
We know how important it is for your patients wounds to heal right the first time.
Which is why here at Medicus DME we provide your Skilled Nursing Facilities, and LTACH's with the Medela Invia Liberty wound VAC Systems. (Gold Standard)
These top of the line VACs will ensure that your patients are getting the best wound care possible.
Because... Let's face it, healing faster is better for you, and the patient.
Also, with a Wound VAC rental from Medicus DME we provide you with hands-on training, 24/7 phone assistance , and all the supplies your nurses need. (Delivered To Your Door)
Our Wound VACs will heal your patients faster, Therefore you benefit from:
We will always get you the supplies you need, Therefore you benefit from:
Our experts will train, help and support your staff, Therefore you benefit from:
It's easy for people to make claims about how good something is.
I mean how many times have you heard something that just wasn't true?
Which is why we have compiled a bunch of clinical evidence for wound VACs, therefore you never have to wonder how good they really are. (It's Medically Proven)
CONCLUSION: Negative-pressure wound therapy appears to be more effective for diabetic foot ulcers compared with non-negative-pressure wound therapy, and has a similar safety profile. View Full Study ->
CONCLUSION: Our results demonstrate that the wound VAC provides a reliable, effective, and durable dressing for a multitude of complex head and neck wounds. Additionally, it is a valuable tool when traditional surgical procedures are not a viable option. View Full Study ->
CONCLUSION: VAC therapy was associated with lower mortality than other surgical techniques in retrospective cohorts of patients with DSWIs following cardiothoracic surgery. View Full Study ->
Does your Skilled Nursing Facility, or LTACH deal with wounds like these?
If so than our Wound VACs are for you.
Chronic wounds are wounds that do not heal in the normal healing stages most wounds go through. If a wound last longer than three months it's usually considered a chronic wound.
Dehisced wounds come from a surgical complication in which the wound ruptures along a surgical incision. These wounds can be very risky, and should be monitored closely for infection.