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    I Have 2 Kci Wound Vacs For Sale....they Are The Kci Freedom's And Are In Mint Condition!!!
    Each Unit Includes Power Cord, Carrying Case, And Kci Patient Back Pack
    Save Major Money Every Month!!!!!!!!!!
    Please Contact Me For Pictures Or Questions

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    How did you get them? The last I checked, KCI does not sell any of their VAC machines, not the ATS or the Freedom. They have them for rent only.

    Beware of buying what could be stolen goods.

    (KLD)

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    KCI Wound VACS

    You are correct, KCI does not sell these anywhere!!! That is why they are impossible to get.....I have bought mine from a Swedish distributor and am the only one here in the United States that has these machines for private sale. These are not stolen goods.......

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    Please Read!!

    Kci Wound Vacs Are No Longer For Sale!!!!
    Please Contact Me For Any Other Wound Vac Related Equipment, I Will Be Able To Help You Out.....

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    Sales Vac Freedom

    Quote Originally Posted by the woundvacguy
    I Have 2 Kci Wound Vacs For Sale....they Are The Kci Freedom's And Are In Mint Condition!!!
    Each Unit Includes Power Cord, Carrying Case, And Kci Patient Back Pack
    Save Major Money Every Month!!!!!!!!!!
    Please Contact Me For Pictures Or Questions
    I want to buy a VAC freedom can you sent me pictures and what the price will be?

    regrds

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    Good call nurse. Pooph gone !!!

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    dieha, you are wasting your time on this post. This guy has not been back since his scam (selling what are probably stolen goods) was unmasked. If you need a VAC, your insurance should pay for rental.

    (KLD)

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    Post Wound VAC Machines

    My mother is in a skilled nursing facility and they informed me today that Medicare paying for her wound vac is exhausted. It is 96.00 per DAY to rent them. I don't have that kind of money. Mom is on Medicare and Medicaid and we live in WA State. Is there any way around this with medicare? Is there a legitimite way to buy one?
    I hope I am not intruding on a wrong board that I should not be on.

    I would appreciate it if anyone can help.

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    No, KCI does not sell these, and unless you find one that is stolen, it is unlikely you would find one for sale. In addition to the rental, the disposables for the wound VAC can easily run another $50/day. The wound VAC is a good device, but it is not the end-all-and-be-all of wound care. She should see a wound care specialist outside of the nursing home if at all possible and find out about other options.

    (KLD)

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    do you still have the wound vacs?

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