HCPCS code description: Contact layer, sterile, more than 48 sq. in., each dressing

Products with this code:

  • N-Terface® is a non-adherent wound contact layer that allows application of ointments and/or cleansing of the wound through the N-Terface® material.

  • 3M™ Tegaderm™ Non-Adherent Contact Layer protects the wound bed while reducing pain of dressing changes. Woven, nylon fabric with sealed edges that is non-adherent, non-irritating and hypoallergenic. Material is placed over the wound and under gauze or other absorbent dressing.

  • ACTICOAT* Flex 3 is a highly conformable dressing that follows the body's contours to maintain contact with the wound surface. Can be used as a wound contact layer with NPWT for up to three days.

  • ACTICOAT* Flex 7 is a highly conformable dressing that follows the body's contours to maintain contact with the wound surface. Can be used as a wound contact layer with NPWT for up to three days.

  • ADAPTIC TOUCH™ Non-Adhering Silicone Dressing is a non-adherent, flexible, open-mesh silicone primary wound contact layer.

  • CONFORMANT*2 Non-Adherent Contact Layer is a permeable, flexible, transparent wound veil designed to minimize adherence. Can be used over most wound sites under an absorbent outer dressing.

  • Cuticell® Contact is a one-sided silicone wound contact layer with a perforated structure to allow for viscous exudate to pass through.

  • Cutimed® Sorbact®, featuring DACC Technology, is a bacteria-binding dressing that removes bacteria using a physical mode of action without any chemically active ingredients.

  • Dermanet® is a fine-mesh, polyethylene net wound dressing. May be coated with ointment for burns or used to line deep wounds for packing.

  • Dermanet® Ag+ features a combination of silver, alginate, maltodextrin and Dermanet®. Provides immediate and sustained antimicrobial activity.

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