GROMMET LOCK Q&A
Grommet Lock FAQ’s
Which pin should I use with the Grommet Lock? It depends on the liner:
Most liners are 10mm – use the CD104P10
Ossur Upper Extremity is 6mm – use CD104P6
WillowWood P Pod is 1/4x20 – use CD104PQ
What are the Billing L-Codes for the Grommet Lock? L5671, *L5647 and *L5652
Please note: The billing codes listed should not be construed as a guarantee for coverage or payment. Ultimate responsibility for the coding of products/services rests with the individual practitioner. *L5647 and L5652 are not recommended for billing Medicare.
Is the Grommet Lock water resistant and is there any maintenance when used in water?
Yes! We recommend rinsing the lock and components when used in salt water, chlorine or an environment with dirt, sand, grit.
What liners do you recommend for the Grommet lock? Fabric or no-fabric backed liners both work well with the Grommet Lock. Remember to note if the liner has a 6mm, 10mm, or 1/4x20mm thread to ensure you purchase the correct pin.
Is the Grommet Lock the only lock for upper extremities? No, you can also use the Small Air-Lock. The Grommet Lock is best for pediatric patients or low activity adults. The Small Airlock is great for Upper Extremities in adults and patients that are physically active with their upper extremities or may be lifting heavier weight.
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