The Qoustic Wound Therapy System™, patented and patent pending, uses ultrasonic energy for the selective dissection and fragmentation of tissues, wound debridement (acute and chronic wounds, burns, diseased or necrotic tissue) and cleansing saline irrigation of the site for the removal of debris, exudates, fragments, and other matter. Not only does the Qoustic Wound Therapy System™ provide a superior debriding process, but it also allows for more control over the procedure. The unique domed shape of the Qoustic Qurette™ significantly advances state-of-the-art technology by permitting controlled volumetric removal of unwanted tissue while focusing ultrasonic energy directly on the area of the wound being treated.
The Qoustic Wound Therapy System™ allows:
This process is directed for single (1) treatment, and total recommended treatment shall be no more than three (3) times per week; typically treatment regimen is approximately two (2) weeks or more, depending on the size and nature/condition of the treated area as well as other subject dependent factors, but may be prescribed longer on the order of a physician.
The Qoustic Wound Therapy System™ can be used with the following irrigation (lavage) fluids:
The hand piece is fully redesiged and now autoclavable. This enable faster turn-around time between patient uses. The curette design is unique because it has an elliptical dome shape, from which the ultrasound is emitted and focused. You start the process by hovering over the wound with the Qoustic Qurette. The hand piece has been calibrated to create a stable cavitation field, which helps to separate necrotic tissue from healthy tissue. After that, it is easy to scrape away any biofilm or necrotic tissue.
The Qoustic Wound Treatment System (QWTS) uses ultrasound technology in the sharp debridement process to clean wounds of necrotic tissue. The device is made up of three core parts: the signal generator, the hand tool, and the disposable tubing. The signal generator is the core of the device and generates the ultrasound signal to the hand tool.
This device has been used to treat chronic wounds, diabetic ulcers, burns, and other highly complex wounds. This system is being used by The Mayo Clinic, Walter Reed Military Medical Center, John Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Duke University Hospital, and Baylor University Medical Center.
The Qoustic Wound Therapy System™ is indicated for producing and delivering low frequency ultrasound used to promote wound healing via:
It is prescribed for patient population of any age with one or more wounds and/or that may also exhibit Diabetes Mellitus (DM).*
*FDA 510(k) clearances K062544, dated January 3, 2007 and revised July 2, 2009, and K131096, dated May 16, 2014.
I was hospitalized in March for 10 days to reverse a progressive circulation problem in my right hand. The tips of my fingers were not receiving enough blood and started to become necrotic. While the hospital medication was able to reverse the trend, I was released from the hospital with no instruction on how to manage the necrotic wounds on the ends of my fingers. As the weeks progressed the nerve pain in my right hand and fingers became more and more intense and was unmanageable even using prescribed pain medication. I was referred to your system by Master Chunyi Lin and discovered that while Mayo Clinic has used the system successfully for over two years no other hospital in Minnesota had your system in place. However, Regions Hospital in St. Paul was in the process of purchasing the product and I got on their list before they even were trained. At that point I had waited three weeks and experienced intense pain on a daily basis. After my first treatment the pain was reduced by 50% and by the second treatment it was reduced by a total of 70%. I had a number of treatments and experienced my pain diminish in additional increments and my wounds heal more quickly after each session. It was a godsend for me and made my life manageable from a pain standpoint as my wounds healed. I looked forward to every session and was so grateful that Regions Hospital added this tool to their wound care. Any medical institution interested in truly helping their patients with wounds needs to have one of these machines. Thank you.
Thank you. Thank you. And my best to your company for all the help I was given.
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