What is the approved intended us for Aril®?
This allograft is intended for homologous use and can be used in a variety of orthopedic, surgical, ophthalmology, spinal and wound covering applications. For specific instructions on the use and risks of Aril® products, please refer to the Instructions For Use product insert.
Is Aril® regulated by the FDA?
Aril® is an allograft tissue and is regulated by the FDA by 21 CFR Part 1271 and Section 361 of the PHS act. It is not a device and is not regulated as such.
What billing code is used for Aril®?
Code 65778 is used for placement of amniotic membrane on the ocular surface without sutures. Average Medicare reimbursement is $1,389. This information does not guarantee payment and is not legal advice. It is the provider’s responsibility for proper coding and billing. Always check your Medicare LCD.
Does Aril® require refrigeration?
No, Aril® does not require refrigerated storage. It is a room temperature stable amniotic allograft that can be stored safely at temperatures up to 98 degrees Fahrenheit.
What is the shelf life of Aril®?
Aril® has a 5-year shelf life when stored at less than 98 degrees Fahrenheit.