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Product Type: Incontinence -Pouch or Collection Device
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Hollister Incorporated | Model: 9823 |
HCPCS : A4330 (Medicare DME co-payment per billable unit min / max: $1.40 / $1.65)
Flextend Skin Barrier, Ultra-clear Pouch Film is an incontinence pouch or collection device.
CLAIMED FEATURES: Easy-to-apply Hollister skin barrier and pouch combine to provide basic protection. Attaching easily to a collection device for continuous drainage, it offers security in fecal collection for more convenient bowel care. Designed to contain liquid stool and help protect perianal skin from irritation and maceration caused by fecal discharge. Choice of SoftFlex (standard wear) or Flextend (extended wear) skin barriers. Cut-to-fit. Odor-barrier pouch film available. Convenience drain.
OPTION: Medium, 10" (25 cm), Box of 10
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For fecal incontinence:

Fecal collectors are placed around the anus of bedridden persons and are designed to contain liquid stool and help protect perianal skin from irritation and maceration caused by fecal discharge

For urinary incontinence:
Men can use a drip collector for small amounts of urine leakage. This is a small pocket that fits over the penis. Wear close-fitting underwear to keep it in place. Men can also use a condom catheter device. It fits over the penis like a condom. A tube carries the urine that collects in it to a bag attached to the leg. This helps to prevent odor and skin problems.

Women can try different products, depending on the cause for their urine leakage. External devices include: 
  • Foam pads that are very small and fit between your labia. You take the pad out when you need to urinate, and then put a new one in. Common brands are Miniguard, UroMed, Impress, and Softpatch. 
  • A urethra cap is a silicone cap, or shield that fits in place over your urinary opening. It can be washed and used again (meatal cup). Common brands are CapSure and FemAssist.
  • Urinary pouches are designed to be worn externally (Female External Catheter) and are an alternative to indwelling catheter for bedridden females.

If you have coverage through Medicare Part B, you may be eligible to have this product covered by Medicare if your condition meets Medicare requirements. You will need a written order prescribed by a provider enrolled in Medicare, so that you can purchase this product at a Durable Medical Equipment store that accepts Medicare. You will need to pay deductibles and co-payment. The actual co-payment amount varies according to your state. If you do not have Medicare Part B or do not meet the requirements needed for coverage, you can find this product at pharmacies and medical supply stores. When available, please see pricing in "Other Stores" below.


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