Accelerated Care Plus Corp.

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Address: 4850 Joule Street, Bldg. A-1, Reno, Nevada 89502, USA
Phone: +1-(775)-685-4000, 800-350-1100 | Fax: +1-(775)-685-4013, 800-350-1102 | Map/Directions >>
 
 

Profile: Accelerated Care Plus Corp. is a provider of specialized rehabilitation programs for long-term care facility operators and rehabilitation service providers. Our programs provide proprietary, patented medical devices, and on-site education, training and content support to the client facility to meet the needs of the sub-acute and chronic long-term care residents. Our medical devices are widely accepted by patients, clinicians and payers. We provide additional programs for outpatient orthopedics, assisted living and campus based residential independent living. Our UBF-0406B - ProBarrier film is an all-purpose barrier film that provides surface protection from cross-contamination for a variety of applications that include covering the control panels for various equipment surfaces. Barrier film is designed to cover any surface that may be touched whie treating a patient, to help prevent cross-contamination. Barrier film is for single-use only and is discarded after each patient treatment.

FDA Registration Number: 1911273

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• Abdominal Binders (FDA Code: FSD / 880.5160)
• Abdominal Orthosis (FDA Code: KTD / 890.3490)
A truncal orthosis is a device intended for medical purposes to support or to immobilize fractures, strains, or sprains of the neck or trunk of the body. Examples of truncal orthoses are the following: Abdominal, cervical, cervical-thoracic, lumbar, lumbo-sacral, rib fracture, sacroiliac, and thoracic orthoses and clavicle splints.
• Arm Sling Immobilizer
• Arm Sling Strap Pads
• Arm Sling with Foam Strap
• Arm Slings (FDA Code: ILI / 890.3640)
An arm sling is a device intended for medical purposes to immobilize the arm, by means of a fabric band suspended from around the neck.
• Bariatric Abdominal Binder
• Cervical Thoracic Orthosis (FDA Code: IPT / 890.3490)
• Cervicothoracic Lumbar Orthosis
• Clavicle Splint (FDA Code: IQJ / 890.3490)
• Deluxe Arm Sling
• Disposable Arm Slings
• Double Pouch Arm Sling
• Elbow Orthotic Devices
• Electrical-Powered Muscle Stimulator (FDA Code: IPF / 890.5850)
A powered muscle stimulator is an electrically powered device intended for medical purposes that repeatedly contracts muscles by passing electrical currents through electrodes contacting the affected body area.
• Envelope Arm Sling
• External Ankle Brace (FDA Code: ITW / 890.3475)
A limb orthosis (brace) is a device intended for medical purposes that is worn on the upper or lower extremities to support, to correct, or to prevent deformities or to align body structures for functional improvement. Examples of limb orthoses include the following: A whole limb and joint brace, a hand splint, an elastic stocking, a knee cage, and a corrective shoe.
• External Brace Hip Joint (FDA Code: ITS / 890.3475)
• External Knee/Shank/Ankle/Foot Assembly (FDA Code: ISW / 890.3500)
An external assembled lower limb prosthesis is a device that is intended for medical purposes and is a preassembled external artificial limb for the lower extremity. Examples of external assembled lower limb prostheses are the following: Knee/shank/ankle/foot assembly and thigh/knee/shank/ankle/foot assembly.
• External Thigh/Knee/Shank/Ankle/Foot Assembly (FDA Code: KFX / 890.3500)
• Finger Orthotic Devices
• Foot Orthotic Kits
• Hand & Wrist Orthotic Kits
• Hand Splint and Component (FDA Code: ILH / 890.3475)
• Hanging Arm Sling
• Intermittent Pressure Measurement System (FDA Code: JFC / 890.1600)
An intermittent pressure measurement system is an evaluative device intended for medical purposes, such as to measure the actual pressure between the body surface and the supporting media.
• Knee Orthotic Devices
• Limb Brace Orthosis (FDA Code: IQI / 890.3475)
• Lumbar Orthosis, Brace (FDA Code: IQE / 890.3490)
• Lumbosacral Orthosis (FDA Code: IPY / 890.3490)
• Muscle Ultrasound Stimulator (FDA Code: IMG / 890.5860)
An ultrasound and muscle stimulator for use in applying therapeutic deep heat for selected medical conditions is a device that applies to specific areas of the body ultrasonic energy at a frequency beyond 20 kilohertz and that is intended to generate deep heat within body tissues for the treatment of selected medical conditions such as relief of pain, muscle spasms, and joint contractures, but not for the treatment of malignancies. The device also passes electrical currents through the body area to stimulate or relax muscles.
• Non-Implantable Electrical Stimulator (FDA Code: KPI / 876.5320)
A nonimplanted electrical continence device is a device that consists of a pair of electrodes on a plug or a pessary that are connected by an electrical cable to a battery-powered pulse source. The plug or pessary is inserted into the rectum or into the vagina and used to stimulate the muscles of the pelvic floor to maintain urinary or fecal continence. When necessary, the plug or pessary may be removed by the user. This device excludes an AC-powered nonimplanted electrical continence device and the powered vaginal muscle stimulator for therapeutic use (884.5940).
• Non-Measuring Exerciser (FDA Code: ION / 890.5370)
Nonmeasuring exercise equipment consist of devices intended for medical purposes, such as to redevelop muscles or restore motion to joints or for use as an adjunct treatment for obesity. Examples include a prone scooter board, parallel bars, a mechanical treadmill, an exercise table, and a manually propelled exercise bicycle.
• Orthotic Devices
• Padded Arm Sling
• Panel Elastic Abdominal Binder
• Pediatric Arm Sling
• Pelvic Traction Belt (FDA Code: HSQ / 888.5890)
A noninvasive traction component is a device, such as a head halter, pelvic belt, or a traction splint, that does not penetrate the skin and is intended to assist in connecting a patient to a traction apparatus so that a therapeutic pulling force may be applied to the patient's body.
• Powered Exerciser (FDA Code: BXB / 890.5380)
Powered exercise equipment consist of powered devices intended for medical purposes, such as to redevelop muscles or restore motion to joints or for use as an adjunct treatment for obesity. Examples include a powered treadmill, a powered bicycle, and powered parallel bars.
• Rigid Cervical-Thoracic Orthosis (FDA Code: IQF / 890.3490)
• Shortwave Diathermy for use in Applying Therapeutic Deep Heat (FDA Code: IMJ / 890.5290)
A shortwave diathermy for use in applying therapeutic deep heat for selected medical conditions is a device that applies to specific areas of the body electromagnetic energy in the radio frequency bands of 13 megahertz to 27.12 megahertz and that is intended to generate deep heat within body tissues for the treatment of selected medical conditions such as relief of pain, muscle spasms, and joint contractures, but not for the treatment of malignancies.
• Soft Rib Fracture Orthosis (FDA Code: IPX / 890.3490)
• Soft Sacroiliac Orthosis (FDA Code: IPW / 890.3490)
• Strap Arm Sling
• Therapeutic Exercise Bands
• Therapeutic Heating Infrared Lamp (FDA Code: ILY / 890.5500)
An infrared lamp is a device intended for medical purposes that emits energy at infrared frequencies (approximately 700 nanometers to 50,000 nanometers) to provide topical heating.
• Thoracic Orthosis, Brace (FDA Code: IPT / 890.3490)
• Thoracotomy Arm Sling
• TInfrared Light (FDA Code: ILY / 890.5500)
• Traction Head Halter (FDA Code: HSS / 888.5890)

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