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Product Type: Compression: Compression Bandages
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McKesson Brand | |
HCPCS : A6441(*) (Medicare DME co-payment per billable unit min / max: $0.13 / $0.15)
McKesson Compression Bandaging System is a multicomponent compression system.
CLAIMED FEATURES: simultaneously absorbs, protects and provides sustained therapeutic compression for up to seven days when applied as directedEach kit contains two bandages:Layer No. 1: Comfort Padding Bandage, is a white, padded compressive bandage, which is pleasantly soft and absorbent and used to provide even, inner padding. It absorbs exudate and redistributes pressure to aid in the management of venous insufficiencies. Layer No. 2: Cohesive Compression Bandage is a flesh-colored bandage of a cohesive elastic type and has been designed to provide the necessary residual pressure. It provides compression and helps keep the bandage in place. Both bandages must be used together and as such they offer a secure, thin, non-slip compression dressing.Single Patient UseNot Made With Natural Rubber Latex.Non-Sterile
OPTIONS: Two-Layer, 4 Inch X 6.8 Yard, Tan, NonSterile, each set
CODING: HCPCS:A6441,A6443,A6449,A6454
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Includes stocking
Multilayer system
Zinc oxyde impregnated
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Compression therapy is one of the most important pillars in the treatment of venous ulcers. Compression therapy can be applied through compression bandages, gradient compression stockings, gradient compression wraps, and tubular dressings. These devices address the cause of venous ulcers, by helping blood to return to the heart from the legs. There are a variety of types of compression bandage systems available; some are just a single bandage, while others require the application of several different types of bandages to the leg.

If you have coverage through Medicare Part B, you may be eligible to have this product covered by Medicare. 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. lease refer to table "Other Stores" below for pricing and suggestions on where to purchase this product "out-of-pocket" (not through insurance). If there are no vendors listed and you would like to have information on suppliers, please email info@woundreference.com. 

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