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Drawtex Hydroconductive Wound Dressing with Levafiber

Drawtex Hydroconductive Wound Dressing with Levafiber

Drawtex Hydroconductive Wound Dressing with Levafiber

Technology and Product Assessment
Product Type: Alginate or other fiber gelling dressing
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Drawtex Hydroconductive Wound Dressing with Levafiber is an alginate dressing. 

INTENDED USES: for heavily exuding wounds of all shapes and sizes. Contraindicated if arterial bleeding is present

CLAIMED BENEFITS: features the LevaFiber™ Technology aiding effective wound bed preparation without damaging newly formed tissue. LevaFiber™ Technology allows three types of action (capillary, hydroconductive and electrostatic). Drawtex can be used as a first-line dressing as part of the standard of care for wound bed preparation. As Drawtex Wound Dressing draws the exudate away from the wound surface, it also removes toxic components, such as slough, wound debris and bacteria, that compromise wound healing. By dispersing the exudate both vertically and horizontally, Drawtex controls and retains the wound fluid so that it can be transferred to additional layers of Drawtex if needed.

OPTION:  2"X2", Box of 10


Manufacturer: SteadMed Medical, LLC
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ESSENTIALS

Product
Estimated
Out-of-pocket
Cost
HCPCS Class
HCPCS
Drawtex Hydroconductive Wound Dressing with Levafiber 2
Alginate or other fiber gelling dressing, wound cover, sterile, pad size 16 sq. in. or less, each dressing
A6196
Drawtex Hydroconductive Wound Dressing with Levafiber 3
Alginate or other fiber gelling dressing, wound cover, sterile, pad size 16 sq. in. or less, each dressing
A6196
Drawtex Hydroconductive Wound Dressing with Levafiber 8
Alginate or other fiber gelling dressing, wound cover, sterile, pad size more than 48 sq. in., each dressing
A6198
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DME coverage and co-payment
Product
Estimated
Out-of-pocket
Cost
Patient DME Co-Payment per Billable Unit
DME Reimbursement to Suppliers
Frequency Replacement if Requirements Met
Office and/or Facility - Product reimbursement
Drawtex Hydroconductive Wound Dressing with Levafiber 2
$1.69
each dressing
$8.47
1 change/day (1 sheet)
Drawtex Hydroconductive Wound Dressing with Levafiber 3
$1.69
each dressing
$8.47
1 change/day (1 sheet)
Drawtex Hydroconductive Wound Dressing with Levafiber 8
$.00
each dressing (carrier discretion)
1 change/day (1 sheet)
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Product
Estimated
Out-of-pocket
Cost
Features
Drawtex Hydroconductive Wound Dressing with Levafiber 2
Application: Can be used as primary dressing Application: Can be used as secondary dressing Depth: Full thickness (deep) Exudate: High Indications: May be applied over infected tissue Indications: May be used to pack deep wounds Indications: May be used under compression Medicare freq of replacement: 1/day Wear time: Up to 1 day
Drawtex Hydroconductive Wound Dressing with Levafiber 3
Application: Can be used as primary dressing Application: Can be used as secondary dressing Depth: Full thickness (deep) Exudate: High Indications: May be applied over infected tissue Indications: May be used to pack deep wounds Indications: May be used under compression Medicare freq of replacement: 1/day Wear time: Up to 1 day
Drawtex Hydroconductive Wound Dressing with Levafiber 8
Application: Can be used as primary dressing Application: Can be used as secondary dressing Depth: Full thickness (deep) Exudate: High Indications: May be applied over infected tissue Indications: May be used to pack deep wounds Indications: May be used under compression Medicare freq of replacement: 1/day Wear time: Up to 1 day
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