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Product Type: Powered Pressure-reducing Air Mattress
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HCPCS : E0277 RR (Medicare DME co-payment per billable unit min / max: $6.72 / $8.22)
AltaDyne™ XD Alternating Pressure/Low Air Loss Mattress Systems is a powered pressured-reducing air mattress.
INTENDED USES: Group II mattress system suitable for use in the prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers.
CLAIMED FEATURES: Offers both alternating pressure therapy and low air loss. The pressure and alternating cycle time can be set in order to maximize therapy and comfort for each individual. The patented cell-in-cell design is designed to prevent bottoming out in the event of a power failure. Provides alternating pressure therapy and low air loss. Cycle time can be adjusted from 5-20 minutes, in 5 minute increments. Air Input: >16 lpm. Provides 6 OPTION for mattress pressure, plus an optional static mode. Panel Lock function prevents persons other than caregivers from changing settings. Patented cell-in-cell prevents air loss in the event of a power failure. Auto-firm function facilitates quick mattress inflation. Includes visible and audible alarms, with audible Alarm Mute feature. Emergency CPR and quick disconnects facilitate quick deflation. Vapor permeable, fluid resistant, quilted PU nylon top cover. Electrical rating: 120 VAC/ 60 HZUL60601-1 and CSA C22.2 listed. Designed to meet the requirements of HCPCS code: E02772-year limited warranty on control unit. 1 year limited warranty.Not made with natural rubber latex
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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 are powered by electricity (known as powered pressure-reducing air mattresses) and others are not. They replace a standard hospital or home mattress and are either integrated to or placed 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 mattress. 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 pressure-reducing air mattresses 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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