Diabetic Foot Ulcers (DFUs):
Standard Care Fails Too Many People
This Is a Big Problem
Each year 108,000 Americans undergo a limb amputation procedure forced by a non-healing DFU (diabetes.org).
Because 9.4% of Americans suffer from diabetes, the problem gets bigger every year.
Half Aren’t Healing
More than ½ of the wounds treated using current methods are not healing.
VHT: A Leap Forward in Care
If deployed nationally, Vaporox’s VHT technology could save countless limbs and billions of dollars, while vastly reducing human suffering.
We Found a Better Way to Heal
Our patented Vaporous Hyperoxia Therapy (VHT) provides a unique delivery system for a combination of three elements that accelerate simple, pain free and non-invasive healing: VHT is the new standard of care
Anti-microbial Ultrasonic Vapor
VHT employs ultrasonic waves to create particles composed of water and an anti-microbial.
VHT enables these particles to be passively absorbed by the skin, increasing treatment efficacy and reducing patient discomfort.
Our Vaporox VHT delivery system is “FDA 510(k)” cleared, and is adaptable to mobile/transportable applications as well as to fixed-facility use.
We can meet the needs of remote or immobile patients.
Our ”Pay-Per-Click” model makes it easy for health organizations to adopt this new groundbreaking technology.
We’re Improving Lives
“Thank you once again for all your help in helping my foot ulcer heal.
After years of trying several different healing methods and techniques, you were the ones to successfully make my ulcers dry up and disappear. I finally received my long awaited kidney-pancreas transplant at UC Irvine on May 8, and I am doing well so far. No more dialysis treatments or insulin shots!!! I would never have been accepted for this transplant operation if I had not met all the requirements, including getting rid of my foot ulcer.
Thank you for your part in helping to make it happen.”
We’re Just Getting Started
Vaporox has begun a new round of clinical trials
focused on healing DFUs which started in June 2019.
Please contact us if you would like to participate as
a provider or a patient.