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Product Type: Pulsed Lavage Irrigation
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HCPCS : (Medicare DME co-payment per billable unit min / max: $0.00 / $0.00)
Jetox-ND™ is a pulsed lavage irrigation debridement device
INTENDED USES: For patients sensitive to other forms of debridement. Ideal for maintenance debridement.
CLAIMED FEATURES: One of the methods of achieving a clean, fast healing wound Initiates thorough cleansing using compressed air/oxygen combined with a minimal amount (1.5ml/min) of standard sterile solution. Quickly and efficiently cleans and debrides wounds. Administers a cool, gentle jet stream that creates a desensitizing effect for the patient. Uses standard connectors for portable and wall gas outlets and saline dispensers, does not require a vacuum system, generator or gun Ideal for bedside application in hospital, clinic or home settings Completely disposable Easy set-up, lightweight and portable Not made with natural rubber latex system.
Wound Reference does not produce, market, re-sell or distribute health care goods or services consumed by, or used on, patients.
Disposable handpiece
No natural or rubber parts

The technique of pulsed lavage involves delivering an irrigating solution at a pressure by means of a powered device. There has been some debate in the literature concerning the optimal pressure, but a pressure of around 10–15 psi has been shown to effectively remove debris, decrease bacterial colonization and prevent clinical infection. Pulsed lavage is indicated for cleansing or debriding wounds due to arterial insufficiency, venous insufficiency, diabetes, pressure, small burns, surgery, or trauma and is also appropriate for tunneling or undermining wounds. However, the technique should not be used near exposed arteries, tendons, nerves, capsules, or bones, and should not be used in body cavities, facial wounds, on recent grafts or surgical procedures, or on actively bleeding wounds. Furthermore, caution should be used in patients taking anticoagulants, insensate patients, and deep tunneling wounds

These devices are typically purchased by clinical institutions for use by a licensed provider. 

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