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Item #: 6Y90
Locking liner with non-sticky mineral oil gel and distal no-stretch matrix

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Suggested HCPCS Coding: L5673

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Overview

A cylindrical shaped, textile-covered locking liner made from a thermoformable copolymer, ideal for use with a full contact socket:
  • For transtibial amputees with low to moderate activity level
  • Ideal for use in combination or lock/lanyard
  • Also available without distal connector (6Y92=*) for use with an exhaust valve and sealing sleeve
  • Textile coating has no exterior seams that could separate
  • Made of moldable thermoplastic material (thermoplastic elastomer, or TPE) for use with atypical residual limb shapes
  • 10 mm distal cushion pad and wall thickness tapering from 5 mm to 3 mm proximal for protection against socket forces
  • Copolymer contains medical grade mineral oil to moisturize dry skin and an antioxidant that traps free radicals and hydroxyl groups

Sizing Instructions:
Measure the residual limb circumference 4 cm above the distal end of the residual limb and select the liner size which corresponds to this measurement, or the next smallest size.

Serial number location: Serial number is etched into the cap on the outside distal end of the liner. Talc powder rubbed on etching may help to read.

Specifications

Article Number 6Y90 = size
Amputation Level Transtibial (TT)
Liner Material Copolymer (TPE)
Distal Connection With
Textile Cover With
Socket Design Total surface weight bearing
Anti-Pistoning Matrix 10 cm length
Antibacterial Without
Sizes (mm) 200, 250, 280, 320, 360
Sizing Instructions Measure the residual limb circumference 4 cm above the distal end of the residual limb and select the liner size which corresponds to this measurement, or the next smallest size.

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