Erectile Dysfunction

For Patients:

Patient Information Pack
Letter to Patient
Testimonials
Order Form

ErecAid® System – What is it? What are the differences between the three models?
Patient Leaflet – Diabetes – ErecAid® System
EZ Tension Ring – Instructions
Osbon® Tension Rings – Ring Tension Chart

Dr Raji Kooner, Specialist Urologist at Sydney Prostate Cancer Centre discusses Erectile Dysfunction and treatments, including the Vacuum Erection Device. Read More

For Doctors:

ED Brochure – Post Prostatectomy Recovery
Erectile Dysfunction and your Patients
Erectile Dysfunction in Diabetic Patients
Combination Therapy VED and PDE5 inhibitors

Contraindications

  • External Vacuum therapy is a proven, safe way to treat Erectile Dysfunction, or impotence. However, some patients should not use the device. These include:
  • Men with previous history of spontaneous priapism (an erection that lasts more than four hours). This may be extremely painful and may cause permanent damage to the penis.
  • Men how have sickle cell trait or disease, or hypercoagulability (excessive blood clotting) are more likely susceptible to suffer from priapism.
  • Men who have a bleeding disorder or who bruise easily. Use of a vacuum device may cause painful bruising of the penis in these men.
  • For the general population, there is no inherent or significant risk in properly using a vacuum device. Misuse of the device or tension rings, however, may result in painful or permanent injury to the penis. Users should therefore read and follow instructions very carefully.

General Warnings and Precautions

VenoSeal

VenoSeal – Instructions
VenoSeal – Leaflet

ActiCuf

ActiCuf – Patient Leaflet
ActiCuf – Testimonials