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Skeo (TT/BK)

Item #: 6Y42

This is a SPECIAL ORDER item and delays in shipping could apply.
Silicone liner with a textile cover that makes it easy to put on and take off.

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Suggested HCPCS Coding: L5673

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Overview

The 6Y42 Skeo Basic silicone liner is simple and durable and features a distal connection. It is reinforced to reduce distal elongation and pistoning.
  • Made of extremely durable silicone
  • Textile cover makes it easy to put on and take off without donning spray
  • Thin walls for flexibility
  • Reinforced to reduce distal elongation and pistoning
  • Textured inner surface improves connection and channels moisture away from skin
  • Easy to clean
  • Suitable for below-knee amputees with low to moderate activity levels and good soft tissue coverage on the residual limb
Serial number location: Serial number is etched into the cap at the distal end of the liner. Talc powder rubbed on etching may help to read.

Specifications

Type of Liners TransTibial (TT)
Liner Material Silicone
Suspension Method Locking/Lanyard
Covering Full Textile
Shape Cylindrical
Anti-Pistoning Matrix Yes
Sizes Ordering Information
6Y42=180 SPECIAL ORDER
6Y42=200 SPECIAL ORDER
6Y42=210 SPECIAL ORDER
6Y42=220 SPECIAL ORDER
6Y42=235 In-Stock
6Y42=250 In-Stock
6Y42=265 In-Stock
6Y42=280 In-Stock
6Y42=300 In-Stock
6Y42=320 In-Stock
6Y42=340 In-Stock
6Y42=360 SPECIAL ORDER
6Y42=380 SPECIAL ORDER
6Y42=400 SPECIAL ORDER
6Y42=420 SPECIAL ORDER
6Y42=450 SPECIAL ORDER
Shipping delays may apply to SPECIAL ORDER sizes.

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