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Product Type: Adhesive Bandage, First-Aid Type
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HCPCS : A6413 (Medicare DME co-payment per billable unit min / max: $0.00 / $0.00)
CURAD Flex-Fabric is an adhesive bandage.
INTENDED USES: For wound protection.
CLAIMED BENEFITS: It is woven to allow them to stretch and conform to the wound. Fabric provides airflow to wounds to help healing. Features even adhesion and a non-adherent island pad.
Wound Reference does not produce, market, re-sell or distribute health care goods or services consumed by, or used on, patients.
Application: Can be used as primary dressing
Application: Can be used as secondary dressing
Depth: Full thickness (deep)
Depth: Partial thickness (shallow)
Exudate: Dry
Exudate: Low
Exudate: Moderate
Exudate: High
Indications: May be applied over infected tissue
Indications: May be used to pack deep wounds
Indications: May be used under compression
Medicare freq of replacement: 1/day
Medicare freq of replacement: every other day
Medicare freq of replacement: 3/week
Medicare freq of replacement: 1/week
Wear time: Up to 1 day
Wear time: Up to 3 days
Wear time: Up to 7 days
Wear time: More than 7 days

A first-aid type adhesive bandage (e.g., Band-Aid or similar product) is a wound cover with a pad size of less than 4 square inches [1]. The adhesive bandage protects the wound and scab from friction, bacteria, damage, and dirt, making the healing process of the body less disturbed. Some of the dressings have antiseptic properties. An additional function is to hold the two cut ends of the skin together to make the healing process faster. [2] 

They come in different sizes and are packaged individually to maintain sterility. Some  variations are sheer, Woven, Blue Metal Detectable, Knuckle, Fingertip, Butterfly Closure

  1. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services 2015. Local Coverage Article for Surgical Dressings - Policy Article (A54563)
  2. GPO.gov eCFR — Code of Federal Regulations CFR 21

You can purchase Adhesive Bandage, First-Aid Type directly at pharmacies and medical supply stores. Please see "Other Stores" below.

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