HCPCS code description: Tubular dressing with or without elastic, any width, per linear yard

Products with this code:

  • Comperm® LF is a seamless cotton-knit tubular bandage.

  • Cotton Stockinette is natural cotton in a tubular knitted construction. Can be used as a pre-wrap or to hold bulky dressings.

  • EdemaWear® compression stockinet delivers comfortable elastic compression via longitudinal fuzzy wales that enhance lymphatic and venous flow to subfascial deep vessels.

  • Medigrip™ Elasticated Tubular Support Bandage is a breathable cotton tubular bandage with elastic fibers to conform to joints and other areas of the body. Provides excellent support and light compression. Washable and reusable.

  • MT Spandage™ is a tubular elastic dressing retainer net. Eliminates the difficulty of bandaging awkward areas of the body. Not made with natural rubber latex.

  • SpandaGrip™ is a tubular elastic support bandage that stays in place without tape, clips or pins. Provides even compression and support. Not made with natural rubber latex.

  • Stretch Net™ is a soft, conformable retention dressing adaptable to all body areas. Ideal for patients with fragile skin or those allergic to tape.

  • Tricofix® is a lightweight, breathable, absorbent stockinette. Can be used under Gelocast® Unna boot to protect skin, over Gelocast® Unna boot for smooth finish, under synthetic or plaster casting and as a lining for lymphedema bandaging.

  • Tubigrip® Arthro-Pad is a foam padded tubular elasticated support bandage. Provides non-invasive mechanical support for the elbow or knee after injury or surgery.

  • Tubigrip® Elastic Tubular Support is a bandage for conditions requiring tissue support: general edema, sprains and strains. Washable and reusable.

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