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Application Instructions

IontoPatch application instructions are printed as a ready reference on each pouch containing a patch. In addition, printed application sales aids and links to both an Application Instructions Video and an In-Service Presentation Video are located on the IontoPatch website at http://www.iontophoresispatch.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=24

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Reimbursement

IontoPatch is eligible for billing under the existing dedicated iontophoresis CPT procedural code 97033. (See reimbursement letter)

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Time & Cost Savings

The Physician’s PA and MA can administer the IontoPatch under the prescription of the Physician. It also allows for patient home administration under the direction of and application training by a Physician or licensed practitioner. The IontoPatch provides an alternative to referring the patient to specialist for treatment. This facilitates patient retention by the Physician and avoids the cost of referral.  

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Safety

IontoPatch’s non-invasive local drug delivery is a safer alternative to an injection and oral tablets. It can avoid the pain and risk associated with an injection. It also can avoid the systemic cardiovascular and gastro-intestinal side effects of oral tablets.

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Effective Treatment

IontoPatch has been administered in over 8 million clinical applications to date. It is supported by peer-reviewed, published mechanistic and outcome based clinical studies. (See Studies Packet)

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How IontoPatch is Used

The IontoPatch comes with everything that is needed other than the drug or active ingredient to be delivered. A prescription drug to be delivered must be prescribed by a doctor or physician’s assistant. This is usually per the request of a therapist, unless a doctor is administering the IontoPatch. The drug is obtained by the patient with a script at a pharmacy, or the drug can be provided by the physician. IontoPatch treats both acute…

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Product Description

IontoPatch is a time-released electronic transdermal (iontophoretic) site-specific drug delivery patch. The self-powered iontophoretic patch is a medical device (being that a drug is not embedded in the patch or packaged with it), precisely tuned to deliver a specific dose of medication locally and non-invasively as an alternative to an injection. A self-contained battery produces an electric current to carry drug molecules across the skin to underlying tissue. Drug delivery is shut off automatically when…

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