Professor J H Naude,
Professor of Urology, Cape Town University

"The Treatment Of Erectile Failure With Vacuum Constriction Devices"

In 1996 the American Urological Association Erectile dysfunction Clinical guidelines panel, published their report on The Treatment of Organic Erectile dysfunction. They found vacuum constriction devices to be highly successful and to have a high degree of patient and partner satisfaction. It was described as being very safe and no absolute contra-indications were quoted. It was mentioned that a high success rate was dependent on proper instruction in the use of the device.

Certain problems were common to the devices hitherto available. Due to the cylinder of the device having to be of larger diameter than the penis, extrapenile tissue (skin and part of the scrotal content) could easily be sucked into the cylinder and then caught under the elastic constriction rings. This resulted in significant discomfort. The only effective devices were imported from the USA and were exorbitantly expensive.

South African engineers and urologists have developed a vacuum constriction device with many unique features, greatly superior to other currently available devices. The constriction rings are broad based and cause no discomfort. The design of the constriction rings is such that extra-penile tissue cannot be aspirated into the vacuum cylinder. A very wide spectrum of constriction rings comes with each device, ensuring an exact fit regardless of anatomical variations in patients.

Tests conducted in our clinic, have shown the device to be highly effective and our patients have found it comfortable to use. The price is a fraction of that charged for imported products. Financial expenditure is a single event, with the prospect of many years of use, as frequently as the patient might desire. The purchase price of the device is less than that of Viagra for one month, in a patient wanting to have intercourse twice a week. In a patient starting with a completely flaccid penis, a vacuum constriction device can produce a functional erection, but it will not be as rigid as a normal erection. The vast majority of men complaining of erectile dysfunction, still have some degree of penile tumescence (thickening and lengthening of the penis during erotic stimulation) and in these, a vacuum constriction device will produce an excellent result.

Of the currently used treatment modalities for erectile dysfunction (including Viagra and intra penile injection) none has a greater than 70% success rate. However, even in the failures, some degree of penile tumescence is produced and the addition of a vacuum device in this situation will result in an excellent erection. The "multiple round" enthusiast can achieve this best by applying a vacuum device after ejaculation but before the erection has completely subsided.

Vacuum erection devices are safe and there are no absolute contra indications to their use. However, patients on anticoagulant therapy (such as Warfarin) should exercise caution and should not create a vacuum of such strength as might cause pain. The rupture of a tiny blood vessel in such cases could cause bleeding under the skin (not a serious complication).

A condom can be used in conjunction with a vacuum constriction device.

The VACURECT, is the best vacuum constriction device which I have tested and should be able to restore sexual function in the vast majority of men suffering from erectile dysfunction, regardless of the cause. It can do so at a price affordable to most."

 

 


...vacuum constriction devices to be highly successful and to have a high degree of patient and partner satisfaction.

 

 

South African engineers and urologists have developed a vacuum constriction device with many unique features, greatly superior to other currently available devices. The constriction rings are broad based and cause no discomfort.

 

 

The Vacurect, is the best vacuum constriction device which I have tested and should be able to restore sexual function in the vast majority of men suffering from erectile dysfunction, regardless of the cause. It can do so at a price affordable to most."


Dr. Frans van Wijk,
Urologist, Pretoria Urology Hospital

"VACURECT Erection Enhancement System"

INFORMATION

A vacuum system should be considered for the first line treatment for mild to moderate erectile dysfunction.

The VACURECT erection system has been clinically tested at the Pretoria Sexology Institute and we found it a very effective and easy to use apparatus. The fact that it is compact and it uses an easy to use constriction device, makes it the most useable system.

...clinically tested at the Pretoria Sexology Institute and we found it a very effective and easy to use apparatus. The fact that it is compact and it uses an easy to use constriction device...


Dr E Viljoen,
Sexologist, Pretoria Institute of Sexology

"The VACURECT pump has been tested at this Institute by a range of patients, who suffered from erectile dysfunction. After testing, positive feedback was received by all these patients. The design is simple in its application and is safe with regards to the vacuum that is induced for erection.

We are going to prescribe The VACURECT device as the preferred method of treatment for inducing an erection through vacuum therapy."

We are going to prescribe the Vacurect device as the preferred method of treatment...

 


Personal Testimonials

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"We have tried various medications but found this device to be the answer."

 
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- Deon and Anna
 

 

 

 

 

 

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