Invacare CG10180CA User's Manual

Invacare CG10180CA User's Manual
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Invacare ® Therapeutic Support Surfaces Catalog
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Invacare® Therapeutic Support Surfaces
Patients immobilized and unable to move
can suffer serious destruction of the skin
Understanding Pressure Ulcers
Pressure ulcers are typically located in areas such as heels, elbows, shoulders and
the sacral region and are graded or staged to classify the degree of tissue damage.
The images below identify pressure point areas in different body positions.
and soft body tissue in as little as one
hour. This often results in the formation
of a pressure ulcer. A pressure ulcer is
defined as any lesion caused by
unrelieved pressure resulting in
underlying tissue damage.
Complications related to pressure ulcers
cause an estimated 60,000 deaths and
cost over $1.3 billion annually.1 However,
most pressure ulcers are treatable and
Invacare® Therapeutic Support Surfaces
even preventable. Therapeutic Support
Surfaces are a proven way to help
prevent and treat pressure ulcers.
Causes of Pressure Ulcers
Pressure ulcers can be caused by four factors, either individually or in
combination:
• Pressure: Results in compression of soft tissue between a bony
prominence and an external surface, such as a bed. When external
pressure exceeds capillary blood pressure, the blood supply from the
blood vessels to the muscle and skin tissue is impeded, resulting in
tissue breakdown.
• Moisture: Over-hydrates skin, resulting in maceration, which
lowers its resistance to mechanical stresses such as pressure or
friction.
• Shear: Occurs when adjacent surfaces slide across one another,
typically when a patient slides down in bed or chair. The skin
remains stationary against the bed linens while the underlying
tissue shifts. This causes capillaries to stretch and tear, resulting
in reduced blood flow.
• Friction: Caused when the skin is pulled across a coarse surface
such as bed linens, washcloths, or incontinence pads. When friction
is applied to the skin, the outer protective layer is rubbed away. The
soft moist layers of skin are exposed which allow bacteria to enter.
Risk Factors for Pressure Ulcers 2
Immobility and Inactivity
Nutrition
One of the most important determinants of developing a pressure
ulcer is the ability to move or change positions. Lack of movement can
result in loss of blood flow to the muscles and skin.
Lack of a balanced diet and sufficient fluids can lead to frail skin.
Body Shape and Size
Those who are very thin or obese are at a higher risk of developing
pressure ulcers. Very thin people have little cushion between their
skin and bony prominences. Those who are overweight may have
difficulty moving around on their own.
Skin and hygiene
As well as advancing age, some medications or treatments can make
skin thinner and less able to take the wear and tear of everyday life.
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Infection
An infection can cause an increase in body temperature and
perspiration, resulting in the skin being less supple.
Incontinence
Urine and fecal matter can cause irritation and skin breakdown.
It is important that the skin is cleaned and dried as soon as possible
to minimize maceration.
Circulation
Poor circulation can cause swelling, or edema, in certain areas,
making them less resistant to pressure.
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Invacare® Therapeutic Support Surfaces
Therapeutic Support Surfaces
Therapeutic Support Surfaces prevent and treat pressure ulcers by molding to the body
to maximize contact, redistributing weight as uniformly as possible, and reducing
pressure to below capillary closure (32mm/Hg).3 While a variety of support surfaces
have been shown to improve pressure ulcers, there is no compelling evidence that
one support surface consistently performs better than all others, under all circumstances.
The primary concern when choosing a support surface should be the therapeutic benefit
associated with the product.
Invacare’s TSS line consists of Group I and Group II surfaces as defined by CMS. Each
Group can further be categorized by the type of surface and whether it is dynamic or
static.
Group I - Support surfaces designed to prevent pressure ulcers
Stages of Pressure Ulcers
Pressure ulcers can be graded from Stage
I to Stage IV to classify the degree of
tissue damage. Pressure ulcers do not
necessarily progress from Stage I to
Stage IV or heal from Stage IV to Stage I.
Stage I: _________________________
Non-blanchable erythema of intact skin,
the heralding lesion of skin ulceration.
In individuals with darker skin,
• Gel Overlay – Uniformly distributes pressure and reduces friction and shear with gel
bladders inside a foam core. Designed to be placed directly on top of an existing
mattress.
• Alternating Pressure Pad – Alternates inflation and deflation of cells to constantly
change pressure points. Designed to be placed directly on top of an existing mattress.
edema, induration, or hardness may
also be indicators.
Stage II: ________________________
Partial thickness skin loss involving
Group II - Support surfaces designed to prevent and treat pressure ulcers
epidermis, dermis, or both.
• Non Powered Pressure Reducing Mattress – Channels air through cells for
maximum patient immersion.
Stage III: ________________________
• Alternating Pressure Mattress – Alternates inflation and deflation of cells to
constantly change pressure points and promote circulation.
Alternating Pressure
Full thickness skin loss involving
damage to or necrosis of subcutaneous
tissue that may extend down to, but not
through, underlying fascia. The ulcer
presents clinically as a deep crater
with or without undermining adjacent
tissue.
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• Foam Mattress – Multiple layers of foam for maximum pressure reduction. Designed
to be placed directly on the existing bed frame.
discoloration of the skin, warmth,
Stage IV: ________________________
• Low Air Loss Mattress – Floats the patient on air-filled cells while circulating air
across the skin to reduce moisture and help maintain a constant skin interface
pressure. “True Low Air Loss” utilizes 100-150 liters of air per minute to maintain
normal skin temperature and moisture levels, yet will not dry out therapeutic dressings.
Low Air Loss Pressure
• Lateral Rotation Mattress – Gently rotates the patient from side to side to cyclically
change pressure points. Reduces risk of pulmonary complications, stimulates gastrointestinal tract, improves circulation and provides pressure relief without disturbing
the patient.
Full thickness skin loss with extensive
destruction, tissue necrosis, or damage
to muscle, bone, or supporting structures
(e.g., tendon or joint capsule).
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1. Completely immobile
OR
2. Limited mobility or has a pressure ulcer
on the trunk or pelvis, plus one of the following:
-impaired nutritional status
-fecal or urinary incontinence
-altered sensory perception
-compromised circulatory status
YES
NO
1. Multiple stage II pressure ulcers on trunk or pelvis and
-Patient has been on an ulcer treatment program plus
a Group I surface for at least the past month
-Ulcers have worsened or remained the same.
Standard homecare mattress
Invacare® Therapeutic Support Surfaces
OR
2. Large or multiple Stage III or IV pressure
ulcer(s) on the trunk or pelvis
OR
3. Recent myocutaneous flap or skin graft for a
pressure ulcer on the trunk or pelvis
NO
YES
Gel overlay, alternating
pressure pad or foam mattress
Require moisture control for
incontinence or perspiration
YES
Low Air Loss
NO
Alternating Pressure,
Low Air Loss or Lateral Rotation
This algorithm is a recommended guideline for product selection. It is not a guarantee of product performance.
Patient condition and therapeutic benefit should be the primary drivers of product selection.
Helpful Hints
• Always follow the directions and advice given by the prescribing
physician.
• Elevate the head of the bed no more than 30˚ whenever possible for
maximum pressure distribution.
• To determine if the patient has bottomed out, place an outstretched
hand, palm up, between the mattress and the patient. The support
surface should have about one-inch of uncompressed surface
between the hand and the patient. If you can feel the patient’s
body, the mattress needs more depth. Either provide a thicker
support surface or add more air to the mattress.
• Use a static support surface if the patient can assume a variety of
positions without bearing weight on a pressure ulcer.
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• Use a dynamic support surface if (1) the patient cannot assume a
variety of positions without bearing weight on a pressure ulcer, or
(2) the patient fully compresses the static support surface.
• Patients should not wear incontinence briefs or pads when using a
therapeutic support surface because they can retain heat and
moisture. Follow existing protocols if available.
• To promote air flow, use flat sheets rather than fitted sheets.
• When placing a patient on a dynamic surface for the first time,
acclimate them to the therapy by using a static mode for the first
several hours.
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GROUP I
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Invacare® CareGuard ™ 101 Foam Mattress
Model no. CG101080, CG10180CA
Features ___________________________________________
• Multiple layers of foam combine to provide maximum pressure
reduction and durability
• Torso section of top layer anatomically sculptured for body
conformity
• Head and heel section of top layer constructed of softer, pressure
absorbing foam
• Reversible head-to-foot with contour cuts to reduce shear
• Articulation cuts on bottom layer to form to bed surface
• Antimicrobial, waterproof cover reduces friction
• Non-slip bottom cover provides secure positioning on bed
• Meets California Technical Bulletins 106, 117 and 603
• Latex free
Model no. IVCGFMO
Features ___________________________________________
• Large 2" thick gel bladders inside polyurethane foam
• Reversible for increased service life
• Vapor permeable, waterproof cover with low friction and shear
• Durable aggressive base material with strong elastic corner
securing straps reduce overlay movement
• Meets California Technical Bulletin 117
• Latex free
Invacare® Therapeutic Support Surfaces
Invacare® Gel Foam Mattress Overlay
Invacare® CareGuard ™ APP Alternating Pressure Pad
System
Model no. CG9701
Features ___________________________________________
• Advanced pump technology alternately inflates and deflates air cells
• Variable pressure setting for added patient comfort
• Pump can be mounted on bed with built-in bracket
• Meets California Technical Bulletin 116
• Latex free
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Invacare® Alternating Pressure Mattress System
Model no. MNS400-E
Features_____________________________________
• Portable, lightweight mattress replacement fits most
standard medical beds
• 16 individual 8" nylon air cells alternately inflate and
deflate at 5-minute intervals
• Mattress can be set to alternating or static mode
• Built-in 2" mat for patient transport or power outages
• Waterproof, antimicrobial Ventex Recovery 5™
therapy cover reduces friction and shear
• Durable ballistic nylon bottom protects mattress cells
from abrasive surfaces
• User-friendly controls on a compact, lightweight power unit
Invacare® Alternating Pressure Mattress System
Model no. MNS400-S, MNS400-B
Features_____________________________________
Invacare® Therapeutic Support Surfaces
• 16 individual 8" nylon air cells alternately inflate and
deflate to treat Stage I to Stage IV pressure ulcers
• 5, 10, or 15 minute adjustable cycle time
• Ten comfort settings, plus Fowler key
• Auto-firm with automatic readjust after 30 minutes
• Power failure and low pressure alarm with alarm
silence option
• Built-in 2" mat for patient transport or power outages
• Waterproof, antimicrobial Ventex Recovery 5™
therapy cover reduces friction and shear
• Durable ballistic nylon bottom protects mattress
cells from abrasive surfaces
Invacare® Low Air Loss Mattress Replacement System
Model no. MNS500-S, MNS500-B
Features_____________________________________
• “True” low air loss therapy provides 135 liters per minute
of air circulating between the patient and the surface
• 16 individual 8" air cells for deep patient immersion
• Pulsate option every 45 seconds (pressure increases and
decreases in each cell) for pain management
• Ten comfort settings, plus Fowler key
• Auto-firm with automatic readjust after 30 minutes
• Power failure and low pressure alarm with alarm silence
option
• Built-in 2" mat for patient transport or power outages
• Waterproof, antimicrobial Ventex Recovery 5™ therapy
cover reduces friction and shear
• Single connector rapid attach and CPR deflate at the
power unit
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Group II
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Group II
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Invacare® microAIR® 3500S™ Low Air Loss System
Model no. BB9572000
Features_____________________________________
• “True” low air loss therapy provides 100 liters per minute
of air circulating between the patient and the surface
• Three zones of 9" cells for deep patient immersion
• Auto-firm with automatic readjust after 30 minutes
• Ten pressure settings for patient
comfort
• Waterproof, vapor permeable cover
provides a low friction surface
• Recommended for use with a
transport mat (available
separately)
• Whisper quiet control unit
Avg.pressure per point for 10 subjects 3
CAPILLARY CLOSURE - 32 mmHg
24
14
(6.5)
Scapula
(11.9)
18
(7.0)
Sacral
Prominence
Trochanter
Invacare® Low Air Loss with Alternating Pressure Mattress Replacement System
Model no. MNS500AP, MNS500AP-B
Features_____________________________________
• 16 individual 8" air cells for deep patient immersion
• 5, 10, or 15 minute adjustable cycle time for alternating
pressure
• Ten comfort settings, plus Fowler key
• Auto-firm with automatic readjust after 30 minutes
• Power failure and low pressure alarm with alarm silence
option
• Built-in 2" mat for patient transport or power outages
• Waterproof, vapor permeable pad reduces friction
• Single connector rapid attach and CPR deflate at the
power unit
Invacare® Lateral Turning Mattress
Invacare® Therapeutic Support Surfaces
• “True” low air loss therapy provides 135 liters per minute
of air circulating between the patient and the surface
Model no. MNS600-S, MNS600-B
Features_____________________________________
• 16 individual 8" air cells for deep patient immersion
• Adjustable modes for rotation therapy of 15˚, 25˚, 30˚, and 45˚
• Variable rotation times of 10, 20, 30 and 60 minutes
• Offers static, left turn, right turn or combination modes
• Ten comfort settings
• Auto-firm with automatic readjust after 30 minutes
• Power failure and low pressure alarm with alarm silence
option
• Mattress will stay inflated for up to 48 hours in the event
of power failure
• Built-in 2" mat for patient transport or power outages
• Waterproof, antimicrobial Ventex Recovery 5™ therapy
cover reduces friction and shear
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Group II
Invacare® microAIR® Turn-Q® Plus Low Air Loss with Rotation System
Model no. BB9612000
Features_____________________________________
• True low air loss regulates skin moisture and temperature
• Lateral rotation turns patients up to 40˚
• Partial turn feature allows patient acclimation
• Seven modes; three fixed and four turning, provide
treatment flexibility
• Turning intervals of 4, 8, 15, 30, 60, and 120 minutes
• User-friendly controls with lockout feature
• 24-hour backup provides air flotation during power outage
• Control panel memory facilitates system resetting after
power outage
• Low pressure alarm and CPR quick deflate
• Auto-firm mode facilitates patient transfer and nursing
care
• Low friction, breathable cover and mattress are machine
washable
Invacare® Therapeutic Support Surfaces
• Recommended for use with a transport mat (available
separately)
Avg.pressure per point for 10 subjects
CAPILLARY CLOSURE - 32 mmHg
21
13
Scapula
18
14
Sacral
Trochanter Coccyx
Prominence ( 40˚ lateral (seated position,
incline)
50˚ incline)
Invacare® ACT Mattress
Model no. ACT1-ACT12
Features_____________________________________
• Active Air Channel Technology (ACT) provides 8 internal
air cells that channel air through a release valve for
maximum patient immersion
• No power unit required
• Air release valve easily opens to allow air to refill air
chambers between uses
• High quality visco-foam in heel section
• Waterproof, antimicrobial Ventex Recovery 5™ therapy
cover reduces friction and shear
• Durable ballistic nylon bottom protects mattress cells
from abrasive surfaces
• Meets California Technical Bulletin 117
• Available in a variety of length and width options
• ACT2 and ACT6 are stocked items
Two one-way intake valves
Waterproof antimicrobial cover
open allowing air to conform to the specific patient’s
needs and comfort.
Visco elastic foam (heel section)
High density foam
Air channel cylinders
High density foam
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Medicare Coverage Criteria*
In order to qualify for a therapeutic support surface, patients must meet certain criteria.
A Group I support surface is covered if the patient meets either of the following
scenarios:
1. Completely immobile
OR
2. Limited mobility or has any stage pressure ulcer on the trunk or pelvis and has at
least one of the following:
• impaired nutritional status
• fecal or urinary incontinence
• altered sensory perception
• compromised circulatory status
Ongoing Coverage Criteria
Coverage continues until the ulcer is healed, or if healing does not continue, the medical
record documents that:
1. Other aspects of the care plan are being modified to promote healing
OR
2. The use of the surface is medically necessary for wound management.
Invacare® Therapeutic Support Surfaces
A Group II support surface is covered if the patient meets one of the following
scenarios:
1. Multiple Stage II pressure ulcers located on the trunk or pelvis and
• patient has been on a comprehensive ulcer treatment program, including the use of
an appropriate Group I surface, for at least the past month
• The ulcers have worsened or remained the same.
OR
2. Large or multiple Stage III or IV pressure ulcer(s) on the trunk or pelvis.
OR
3. Recent myocutaneous flap or skin graft for a pressure ulcer on the trunk or pelvis
(surgery within the past 60 days) and patient has been on a Group II or III support
surface immediately prior to a recent discharge from a hospital or nursing facility
(discharge within the past 30 days).
*This information is not, nor should it be considered, billing or legal advice. Providers
are responsible for determining the appropriate billing codes and criteria when
submitting claims to the Medicare program, and should consult an attorney or other
advisor to discuss specific situations in further details.
References:
1. National Pressure Ulcer Alcer Advisory Panel
2. Understanding Pressure Ulcers and Posture, MSS Ltd.
3. Testing completed in an independent test lab. Data on file.
4. Testing completed in an independent test lab. Data on file.
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Gel Overlay
Foam Mattress
Alternating Pressure
Non-powered
Alternating Pressure
Model Name
CareGuard™ Gel Foam Mattress Overlay CareGuard™ Therapeutic Foam Mattress CareGuard™ Alternating Pressure System ACT Mattress
Model Number
IVCGFMO
CG10180/CG10180CA
CG9701
ACT1-ACT12 (ACT2 & ACT6 stock items)
MNS400-E
MN
HCPCS Code
EO185
Gel or Gel-Like pressure pad for
mattress overlay. Height of 2" or
greater
EO184
EO180
pending
Advanced Nonpowered Pressure
Reducing Mattress provides significantly more pressure reduction than
Group 1, and total height of 5 inches
or greater. Surface designed to reduce
friction and shear, and documented
evidence of effectivity for treatment
of conditions covered under Group 2
surfaces. Can be placed directly on a
hospital bed frame.
EO277
EO2
$38.20 - $44.94
$20.88 - $24.57
n/a
$645.46 - $759.36
HCPCS Description
Reimbursement range
Non-powered pressure reducing
mattress. Foam height of 5 inches
or greater, and foam with adequate
pressure reduction, durable,
waterproof cover, and can be placed
directly on a hospital bed frame.
Powered, pressure reduction
mattress overlay. Air pump for
sequential inflation and deflation
or low air loss. Inflated cell
height of 2.5 inches or greater,
and provides adequate lift,
pressure reduction and prevention
of bottoming out.
$18.47 - $21.73
Powered pressure reducing air mattress; air
throughout the mattress. Inflated cell height
prevention of bottoming out. Surface designe
frame.
Type of Therapy
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Comfort Settings
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Weight Capacity
250 lb.
250 lb.
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waterproof, vapor permeable
waterproof, antimicrobial
latex free
35" W x 78" x 3.5"H
35" W x 80" x 5"H
34" W x 118" x 2.5" H
55 lb.
19 lb.
4.6 lb.
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6" W x 10" x 4" H
California Technical Bulletin #117
California Technical Bulletin #117
(model CG10180CA)
6 months
2 years
General Pressure Reduction
Alternating Pressure
Invacare® Therapeutic Support Surfaces
True Low Air Loss
Lateral Rotation
Turning Angles
Therapy Time Settings
Operating Modes
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5 minutes
Static / Dynamic
Features
Auto-Firm
Quick Connect Coupler
CPR Release
Transport Safety Mat
Fowler Setting
Power Failure/Low Pressure Alarm
Alarm Silence
Bariatric Size
Bariatric Mattress Width
Bariatric Weight Capacity
Cover
Mattress Dimensions
Mattress Weight
Power Unit Dimensions
Power Unit Weight
Safety Code Approval
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1000 lb.
350 lb.
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up to 60"
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waterproof, antimicrobial
Varies by model
W 35"-60", L 75" or 80", 8" H
Varies by model
25 lb. - 33 lb.
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waterproof, antimicrobial
36" W x 80" x 8.5" H
22 lb.
11" W x 12.5" x 5.25" H
3.5 lb.
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California Technical Bulletin #116
California Technical Bulletin #117
CE, UL2601, CSA, ETL
30 days
1 year
6 months
9 lb.
Limited Warranty
Mattress
Power Unit
10
2 years
1 year
$64
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Low Air Loss
Lateral Rotation
MNS400-S / MNS400-B
MNS500AP / MSN500AP-B
BB9572000
MNS500-S / MSN500-B
BB9612000
MNS600-S / MNS600-B
EO277
EO277
EO277
EO277
EO277
EO277
ress; air pump or blower providing alternating pressure or low interface pressure
ll height of 5 inches or greater, and adequate patient lift, reduced pressure, and
e designed to reduce friction and shear, and can be placed directly on a hospital bed
$645.46 - $759.37
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$645.46 - $759.38
Powered pressure reducing air mattress; air pump or blower providing alternating pressure or low interface pressure throughout the mattress. Inflated
cell height of 5 inches or greater, and adequate patient lift, reduced pressure,
and prevention of bottoming out. Surface designed to reduce friction and
shear, and can be placed directly on a hospital bed frame.
$645.46 - $759.39
$645.46 - $759.40
Powered pressure reducing air mattress; air pump or blower providing
alternating pressure or low interface pressure throughout the mattress.
Inflated cell height of 5 inches or greater, and adequate patient lift,
reduced pressure, and prevention of bottoming out. Surface designed
to reduce friction and shear, and can be placed directly on a hospital
bed frame.
$645.46 - $759.41
$645.46 - $759.42
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0 to 40 degrees
15 / 25 / 30 / 45 degrees
5 / 10 / 15 minutes
5 / 10 / 15 minutes
constant
constant
4 / 8 / 15 / 30 / 60 / 120 minutes
10 / 20 / 30 / 60 minutes
Static / Dynamic
Static / Dynamic
Static / Left / Right / Full
Static / Left / Right / Full
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10 options
10 options
infinite - manual adjust
10 options
10 options
10 options
350 lb.
350 lb.
350 lb.
350 lb.
500 lb.
500 lb.
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42"
600 lb.
600 lb.
600 lb.
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750 lb.
waterproof, antimicrobial
waterproof, vapor permeable
waterproof, vapor permeable
waterproof, vapor permeable
waterproof, vapor permeable
waterproof, vapor permeable
36" W x 80" x 8.5" H
36" W x 80" x 8.5" H
37" W x 84" x 8" H
36" W x 80" x 8.5" H
37" W x 84" x 8" H
36" W x 80" x 8.5" H
22 lb.
22 lb.
24 lb.
22 lb.
22 lb.
22 lb.
11" W x 12.5" x 5.25" H
11" W x 12.5" x 5.25" H
20.5" W x 12" x 8" H
11" W x 12.5" x 5.25" H
22.75" W x 12.5" x 5.25" H
11" W x 12.5" x 5.25" H
9 lb.
9 lb.
9 lb.
CE, UL2601, CSA, ETL
CE, UL2601, CSA, ETL
27 lb.
California Technical Bulletin #106
UL544
CE, UL2601, CSA, ETL
30 lb.
California Technical Bulletin #106
UL544
9 lb.
California Technical Bulletin #117
IEC60601, CSA,
6 months
6 months
6 months
6 months
6 months
6 months
1 year
1 year
2 years
1 year
2 years
1 year
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Model No.
Description
GROUP I
IVCGFMO
Invacare® Gel Foam Mattress Overlay
CG10180
CareGuard™ 101 Foam Mattress meets Calif. TB 106, 117
CG10180CA
CareGuard™ 101 Foam Mattress meets Calif. TB 106, 117 & 603
CG9701
CareGuard™ APP Alternating Pressure Pad
CG9702
CG9701 replacement pad 10-pack
GROUP II
MNS400-E
Invacare® Alternating Pressure Mattress
MNS400-S
Invacare® Alternating Pressure Mattress
MNS400-SMATT
Mattress only
MNS400-POWER
Power unit only
MNS400-B
Invacare® Bariatric Alternating Pressure Mattress
MNS400-BMATT
Mattress only
MNS400-BPOWER
Power unit only
LOW AIR LOSS
BB9572000
microAIR® 3500S™ Low Air Loss Mattress Replacement
9570020
Transport mat for use with microAIR® 3500S™
BB9572038
BB9572000 Mattress only
BB9572037
BB9572000 Power unit only
MNS500-S
Invacare® Low Air Loss Mattress Replacement
MNS500-MATT
Mattress only
MNS500-POWER
Power unit only
MNS500-B
Invacare® Bariatric Low Air Loss Mattress Replacement
MNS500-BMATT
Mattress only
MNS500B-POWER
Power unit only
LATERAL ROTATION
MNS600-S
Invacare® Lateral Turning Mattress
MNS600-SMATT
Mattress only
MNS600-POWER
Power unit only
MNS600-B
Invacare® Bariatric Lateral Turning Mattress
MNS600-BMATT
Mattress only
MNS600-BPOWER
Power unit only
COMBINATION THERAPIES
MNS500AP
MNS500AP-MATT
MNS500AP-POWER
MNS500AP-B
MNS500AP-BMATT
MNS500AP-BPOWER
BB9612000
9570020
BB9612015
BB9612014
NON-POWERED
Invacare® Low Air Loss, Alternating Pressure Mattress
Mattress only
Power unit only
Invacare® Bariatric Low Air Loss, Alternating Pressure Mattress
Mattress only
Power unit only
microAIR® Turn-Q® Plus Low Air Loss, Lateral Rotation Mattress
Transport mat for use with microAIR Turn-Q
BB9572000 Mattress only
BB9572000 Power unit only
ACT1*
Invacare® ACT Mattress
ACT2
Invacare® ACT Mattress
ACT3*
Invacare® ACT Mattress
ACT4*
Invacare® ACT Mattress
ACT5*
Invacare® ACT Mattress
ACT6
Invacare® ACT Mattress
ACT7*
Invacare® ACT Mattress
ACT8*
Invacare® ACT Mattress
ACT9*
Invacare® ACT Mattress
ACT10*
Invacare® ACT Mattress
ACT11*
Invacare® ACT Mattress
ACT12*
Invacare® ACT Mattress
* Special order item, Allow 2-4 weeks for delivery
Mattress Dimensions
Weight Capacity
HCPCS Code
35" W x 78" x 3.5"H
250 lb.
250 lb.
250 lb.
250 lb.
E0185
E0184
E0184
E0180
35" W x 80" x 3.5"H
35" W x 80" x 3.5"H
34" W x 118" x 2.5"H
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36" W x 80" x 8.5"H
350 lb.
350 lb.
E0277
E0277
42" W x 80" x 8.5"H
600 lb.
E0277
37" W x 84" x 9"H
350 lb.
E0277
36" W x 80" x 8.5"H
36" W x 80" x 8.5"H
350 lb.
E0277
42" W x 80" x 8.5"H
600 lb.
E0277
36" W x 80" x 8.5" H
500 lb.
E0277
42" W x 80" x 8.5" H
750 lb.
E0277
USA
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Elyria, Ohio
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Canada
570 Matheson Blvd. E.
Unit 8
Mississauga, Ontario
L4Z 4G4 Canada
(800) 668-5324
Invacare, the Blue Medallion
Design, Yes, you can.,
microAIR and Turn-Q are
registered trademarks and
CareGuard and 3500S are
trademarks of Invacare
Corporation. Specifications are
subject to change without
notification.
All products featured are
manufactured by Invacare
Corporation and Genadyne
Biotechnologies, Inc.
© 2006
Invacare Corporation
Form No. 06-059
36" W x 80" x 8.5" H
350 lb.
E0277
42" W x 80" x 8.5" H
600 lb.
E0277
37" W x 84" x 8" H
500 lb.
E0277
35" W x 75" x 8" H
1,000 lb.
1,000 lb.
1,000 lb.
1,000 lb.
1,000 lb.
1,000 lb.
1,000 lb.
1,000 lb.
1,000 lb.
1,000 lb.
1,000 lb.
1,000 lb.
pending
pending
pending
pending
pending
pending
pending
pending
pending
pending
pending
pending
35" W x 80" x 8" H
35" W x 75" x 8" H
35" W x 80" x 8" H
42" W x 75" x 8" H
42" W x 80" x 8" H
35" W x 75" x 8" H
35" W x 80" x 8" H
35" W x 75" x 8" H
35" W x 80" x 8" H
42" W x 75" x 8" H
42" W x 80" x 8" H
‘‘Invacare says
‘Yes, you can.®’ and I couldn’t
have said it better myself.’’
All references to HCPCS codes:
Providers are responsible for
determining the appropriate
billing codes when submitting
claims to the Medicare program, and should consult an
attorney or other advisor to
discuss specific situations in
further details.
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