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Gauze Dressing Kit with Port, LArge, Height: 11.5cm / 4.5in, Width: 375cm / 147.6in, 10 Each per Case

Genadyne Gauze Dressing Supply Kits is a negative pressure wound therapy dressing. CLAIMED FEATURES: Antimicrobial. Contains PHMB (Polyhexamethylene Biguanide), which acts as a highly effective antiseptic against most organisms, limiting cross-contamination from patient to patient, patient to clinician, and patient to the environment. PHMB resists bacterial colonization within the dressing and reduces bacterial penetration through the dressing. Broad-spectrum effectiveness provides protection against gram negative, gram positive, and fungi/yeast microorganisms including MRSA and VRE, thus reducing the risk of hospital acquired infections. The Antimicrobial Dressings provide a primary bacterial barrier by working as a contact kill and maintaining log counts in the wound without negative impact to wound healing. The secondary layer limits cross-contamination by significantly reducing bacterial growth in the pooling layer. OPTION: Large, Height: 11.5cm / 4.5in, Width: 375cm / 147.6in, 10 Each per Case

Product Information

Negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT), with either durable or disposable devices, is a method of wound care to manage wound fluids and help wounds heal. The vacuum assisted drainage collection (i.e., NPWT) may be applied to try to cleanse the wound by removing fluids and stimulate healing.

In NPWT, your clinician will use a device that will apply negative pressure (suction) to the wound. Negative pressure is applied under airtight wound dressings to promote the healing of open wounds resistant to prior treatments.

Different types of dressings made specifically for NPWT may be used with the pump your clinician and you choose for your situation. Some dressings are made of gauze and others are made of a special type of foam. Dressings are usually changed 1-3 times a week. 

Pricing and Suppliers

Is it covered by Medicare Part B?

How can I purchase this product?

If you have Medicare Part B coverage, you can purchase this product at a store that accepts Medicare. You need a written order prescribed by a physician enrolled in Medicare. You will need to pay deductibles and/or co-payment. The actual copayment amount can vary by your state. The table below illustrates the highest (ceiling) and lowest (floor) expected co-payment across the country.

The table below shows highest and lowest Medicare pricing across the country
DescriptionMedicare DME co-payment Min / Max
Wound care set, for negative pressure wound therapy electrical pump, includes all supplies and accessories $0.00 / $0.00

The Medicare website indicates that the 3 stores in below carry "" and accept Medicare. However, PRODUCT MAY NOT BE AVAILABLE IN STORE. If using private insurance, please check if your insurance works with these stores.

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If your insurance does not cover this product, you can purchase it directly from any store. A list of online stores and prices is provided below for your convenience. For updated prices, find it on the internet at

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