In 1974, the Italian gynecologist Giorgio Fischer created a new liposuction device. The device looked like a long, tubular shape. The device was similar to a curettage surgical instrument used in obstetrics and gynecology. There was a vibrating knife in the metal tube(cannula). After several incisions were made in the body, the device was inserted through it. The inserted device absorbed fat tissue after cutting. Once the fat tissue is destroyed, all of the destroyed fat tissue, body fluids, and other tissues, such as blood, have been moved through the rubber tube by vacuum principle. This was ultimately inhaled into the body.
However, it caused many side effects such as a large amount of bleeding, a permanent sensory abnormality, and an asymmetrical appearance. This is not a current surgical procedure, however, it is recognized as the beginning of liposuction.