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Product Type: Hyperbaric Oxygen Accessories and Supplies
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Perimed AB | Model: 90-00042 |
HCPCS : (Medicare DME co-payment per billable unit min / max: $0.00 / $0.00)
TC 550 Fixation Ring for tcpO2 and TC 560 Contact Liquid is a hyperbaric oxygen chamber accessory/ supply
CLAIMED FEATURES: Perimed has developed fixation rings to facilitate the attachment of the E5250 (tcpO2) and E5280 (tcpO2/pCO2) electrodes to the skin when monitoring transcutaneous oxygen/carbon dioxide. The rings have a small base diameter allowing for fixation to fingers, toes or other curvatures without risking leakage problems. The TC 555 Fixation Ring Extra Strength has a special glue for better adhesion on patients with "problematic” skin. Fixation rings are delivered in kits together with the TC 560 Contact Liquid.
OPTION: For tcpO2 (2 x 50 pcs) and TC 560 Contact Liquid (2 x 20 ml)
Wound Reference does not produce, market, re-sell or distribute health care goods or services consumed by, or used on, patients.
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Hyperbaric Oxygen Accessories and supplies are items necessary for daily operations, safety, maintenance and the delivery of hyperbaric oxygen therapy to the patient.

All hyperbaric chambers and related support systems used to support clinical hyperbaric medicine must be designed, fabricated, and installed in accordance with the requirements of ANSI/ASME-PVHO-l, Safety Standard for Pressure Vessels for Human Occupancy.

All hyperbaric chambers and related support systems must be installed and operated in accordance with the fire safety requirements of the National Fire Protection Association's NFPA 99, Health Care Facilities,  Chapter 14: Hyperbaric Facilities and cited references. 

Particular attention must be given to ensure that only items approved for use in a hyperbaric environment be utilized. These items include but are not limited to the hyperbaric chamber itself,  Krytox lubricant , gurney mattresses, pillows and positioning devices. Grounding bracelet and cord, heart monitoring leads and pressure line monitoring cables and airbreak system. 

Ancillary Hyperbaric equipment utilized outside the hyperbaric environment would be smoke hoods, timers, Grounding multimeter, safety posters, and Novus polishing kit for polishing and restoring the hyperbaric chamber acrylic.  

 Examples of items NOT permitted in the chamber include all battery-powered devices, external pacemaker generators, Holter monitors, TENS units, external insulin pumps, watches, hearing aids, pens, smoking materials (matches and lighters) silk tape, and thermal skin patches.

All electrical equipment must be outside the hyperbaric chamber except intrinsically safe equipment. All equipment must be maintained and checked for leakage, integrity and grounding. 


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