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Product Type: Powered air mattress overlay
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HCPCS : E0372 RR (Medicare DME co-payment per billable unit min / max: $33.61 / $41.08)
5" Med Aire Low Air Loss Mattress Overlay System with APP is a Powered air mattress overlay.
INTENDED USES: To be used in the prevention, treatment and management of pressure ulcers.
CLAIMED FEATURES: The newly designed pump produces consistent air flow and has LED indicators to identify normal/low pressure levels. This mattress overlay achieves low air loss, increases patient comfort and keeps the patient cool. Spring lined air tube prevents kinks and disruption in air flow. The nylon cover is water resistant, vapor permeable, machine washable and it can be secured to the mattress with straps.Features17-Air cell configuration, 9 with laser holes to achieve low air loss function, to increase patient comfort, keep the patient cool and speed recovery3-Air cells at head section remain static, enhancing pillow function5-Inch cells are constructed from Nylon/50% TPU material that is durable8-LPM (Liters per Minute) newly designed pump produces consistent air flowCPR valves provide fast (20 second) deflationPump has LED indicators to identify normal/low pressure levelsSpring lined air tube prevents kinks and disruption in air flowThe Nylon/TPU cover material is water resistant, vapor permeable and machine washableThe cover is secured to the mattress with strapsThe product is designed to be used in the prevention, treatment and management of pressure ulcers.
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Pressure reducing support surfaces are a type of medical equipment used for the care of pressure sores, also known as pressure ulcers or injuries. Pressure ulcers are lesions caused by constant pressure on areas in contact with the mattress, resulting in damage of skin and deep tissues.

Some pressure reducing mattresses overlays are powered by electricity (known as powered air mattress overlay) and others are not. They should be placed on top of a standard hospital or home mattress and not directly on a hospital bed frame. Powered pressure reducing mattresses have a surface designed to reduce friction and shear through technologies know as alternating pressure, low air loss, or powered flotation without low air loss. They have a pump or blower which provides either sequential inflation and deflation of the air cells or a low interface pressure throughout the overlay. They are indicated for persons with deeper pressure ulcers (stage II, III or IV) or after surgery, for persons who received a flap or skin graft to cover a wound.

Local Coverage Determination for Pressure Reducing Support Surfaces - Group 2 (L33642)


Powered air mattress overlay can be rented through Medicare from medical equipment stores. You can also purchase this product "out-of-pocket" (without insurance), from medical equipment stores. 

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