HCPCS code description: Specialty absorptive dressing, wound cover, sterile, pad size more than 48 sq. in., without adhesive border, each dressing

Products with this code:

  • Combine ABD Pads are highly absorbent, multilayer, soft, non-woven moisture barriers. All edges are sealed.

  • Curity® Abdominal Pads feature a soft, non-woven contact layer for comfort. Highly absorbent. Some pads are sealed on all sides to prevent linting.

  • EXU-DRY* Anti-Shear Wound Dressing is a one-piece, multilayer, highly-absorbent, non-adherent wound dressing designed to minimize trauma and save nursing time. Anti-shear layer helps reduce friction and shearing.

  • McKesson Super Absorbent Dressing's polymers bind wound drainage and convert it to a gel inside the dressing, helping to decrease the risk of maceration.

  • Multipad™ is an absorptive, non-woven pad placed between two non-adherent wound contact layers. Used as primary or secondary dressing.

  • OptiLock® is a super absorbent polymer core dressing which locks in drainage under compression. Will protect skin from maceration.

  • Silverlon® Wound Pad Dressing has multiple layers and incorporates a silver wound contact layer with an absorbent rayon pad covered with a film transparent (urethane) layer.

  • Simpurity™ Polymer Pad Wound Dressing is a highly absorbent dressing that is easy to remove from the wound.

  • Sofsorb® features a stay-dry liner that prevents periwound maceration. For use as a primary or secondary wound dressing secured with tape, tubular elastic or gauze.

  • Sofsorb® Ag is an antimicrobial absorbent wound dressing that is highly absorbent and features an antimicrobial non-adherent wound contact layer.

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