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Modus StepWatch & Europa+

Linx

Kinetic Revolutions

 

Modus StepWatch & Europa+

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Europa+

Highly Integrated Electronic Limb Component for Advanced Prosthetics Measurement

Europa+ captures real-time and historic prosthetic function data in easy-to-read graphic reports, giving both the clinician and patient valuable insight into the effectiveness of prosthesis configuration.

  • Meets unique VA outcome monitoring
       categories of gait symmetry, dynamic
       function and socket load
  • Free App (iOS) for accessing real-time and historic reports (Android coming soon)
  • Easily replaces patient's current Pyramid
  • All data is stored on board the Europa+
  • Simple and automated documentation

  • Click here - to view Europa+ System

    Modus StepWatch

    Developed and tested for over 15 years, the Modus StepWatch™ system enables you to objectively assess your patients’ progress through data-driven solutions, which may support enhanced levels of care to achieve improved clinical outcomes.

    Modus Health’s StepWatch™ activity monitor and Trex™ system were uniquely designed to meet the VA’s highly specific metrics, as well as validation for accuracy and generation of graphical reports that illustrate the required metrics.

    The Metrics:

  • Stance and swing time for gait symmetry, dynamic function including alignment, forces, and movements
  • Cadence and cadence variability
  • Step count – continuous recordings of total step count
  • Number of steps per selected time interval
  • Longitudinal, historical and objective analysis
  • Peak performance index, quantifiable into baseline and faster than baseline rate of walking, distance
       and variable cadence

  • References

    Click here - Clinician Manual
    Click here - Patient Manual
    Click here - Patient Quick Reference Guide
    Click here - Modus Carrier Quick Reference Guide
    Click here - Patient Troubleshooting Guide
    Click here - National Contract Template for Provision of Prosthetic Limbs - Utilization Monitors

    Modus Trex Software

    Click here - to download the Trex Software

    Patient and Facility Kits

    Click here - to view Patient Kit
    Click here - to view Facility Kit

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    Linx

    The world's first fully integrated microprocessor controlled limb system.

    The Linx utilizes an integrated system of microprocessors, sensors and actuators for simultaneous control of the foot and knee.

    Bi-directional communication coordinates the response to variations in terrain and speed, adjusting for the situational needs of the user.

    Key Benefits include:

  • Stop & support/Lock mode
  • Controlled ramp descent with braking effect at the knee & ankle joint
  • Assist mode during ramp ascent
  • Dynamic stair descent
  • Supportive resistance to flexion
  • Integration of Mi2 technology and proximal power source reduces distal weight

  • Click here - Linx Patient Guide

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    Kinetic Revolutions - Adjustable Pylons Reimbursement Guide

    L5999 – Addition to Lower Limb Prosthesis, Vertical Adjusting Pylon Feature, Adult or Pediatric

    Justification#1 – The adjustable pylon is a necessary component to allow telescoping height adjustment to the prosthesis. This allows the wearer to eliminate leg length discrepancies during acute and long-term prosthetic treatments as a result of residual limb changes. One revolution allows a 1/16" adjustment either increasing or decreasing the height.

    Justification #2 – The adjustable pylon is a necessary component to allow telescoping height adjustment to the prosthesis. This allows the wearer to limit leg length discrepancy which leads to lower back pain. One revolution allows a 1/16" adjustment either increasing or decreasing the height. With appropriate clinical supervision and training, the adjustments can be made by the user who may utilize the feature to accommodate adjustment of the prosthetic to match different heel heights as may be necessary to be worn on the sound side.

    Narrative (80 Char Max for electronic, 76 for Paper) goes to Medicare “Addt to Lower Prosthesis, Vertical Adjusting Pylon Feature, Adult or Pediatric”

    The justification should include the different mechanism of operation from standard and we need to come up with appropriate language for this (compared to the pylon included in base codes established prior) and the significant therapeutic distinction (where user adjustable w/ training might actually be the billable distinction?)

    The key questions to answer are:

    1. Does it operate differently
    2. Does it provide significant therapeutic distinction & benefit

    FULL DESCRIPTION/JUSTIFICATION(S)

    L5999 – Addition to Lower Limb Prosthesis, Vertical Adjusting Pylon Feature, Adult or Pediatric

    The Vertical Adjusting Pylon Feature allows therapeutic benefit beyond the standard tube and clamp pylon and in addition to the alignable endoskeletal systems. The patent pending design offers the wearer capability for telescoping height adjustments to accommodate limb volumetric changes, thereby improving fit and function by allowing necessary adjustments in prosthesis height. It is also useful for wearers who desire to wear a variety of shoes on their sound side that may have variable heel height.. The availability of unlimited telescoping adjustability of the vertical adjusting pylon limits the leg length discrepancy problem common to lower limb prosthetic wearers and thereby decreases the incidence of lower back pain. With clinician oversight and training the user can make adjustments to the pylon height allowing proper fit and function regardless of the shoe they select to wear that day. The same prosthesis may accommodate a ladies dress heel, an athletic shoe, or a sandal without sacrificing proper fit.

    Similar to L5910 ADDITION, ENDOSKELETAL SYSTEM, BELOW KNEE, ALIGNABLE SYSTEM and L5920 ADDITION, ENDOSKELETAL SYSTEM, ABOVE KNEE OR HIP DISARTICULATION, ALIGNABLE SYSTEM, except the “alignability” described here refers to the coronal and sagittal planes due to the endoskeletal nature of the prosthesis. The function of the alignable endoskeletal addition is to allow adjustments/changes after provision of the prosthesis. The Vertical Adjusting Pylon attends to adjustment in the axial (height) plane and therefore is not “alignment”.

    For more information on this component, please visit Kinetic Revolutions, LLC at http://www.kineticrevo.com

    HCPCS CeilingFloor
    L5910
    $445.58
    $334.19
    L5920
    $652.77
    $489.58

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