A6443

HCPCS code description: Conforming bandage, non-elastic, knitted/woven, non-sterile, width greater than or equal to three inches and less than five inches, per yard

Products with this code:

  • Basic Care Conforming Stretch Gauze rayon/poly knitted stretch gauze bandage provides slight compression to the site while securely holding to any body contour.

  • Comprilan® is a 100% cotton short-stretch compression bandage specifically designed for the management of venous ulcers, venous insufficiency, edema, lymphedema, thrombophlebitis and post sclerotherapy.

  • Conforming Stretch Gauze rayon/poly knitted stretch gauze bandage provides slight compression to the site while securely holding to any body contour.

  • Fluff Bandage Roll is a cotton gauze roll to cushion the wound and secure dressings in place.

  • Fluftex® fluff dried, edge-finished crinkled cotton rolls and sponges are used as primary and secondary dressings. Available with radiopaque element.

  • FourFlex™ four-layer compression bandaging system is used to manage chronic venous insufficiency and associated edema. Provides graduated compression for up to seven days. Not made with natural rubber latex.

  • JOBST® Comprifore® is a multilayer compression system that provides effective levels of sustained graduated compression.

  • JOBST® Comprifore® LF is a multilayer compression system that provides effective levels of sustained graduated compression.

  • JOBST® Comprifore® Lite is a multilayer compression system that provides effective levels of sustained graduated compression.

  • JOBST® Comprifore® Lite LF is a multilayer compression system that provides effective levels of sustained graduated compression.

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