Insurance for the SoClean2

pete643pete643 Posts: 2

Do you expect approval from Medicare for this device? Right now it is too expensive for me. I am retired so my labor cost of washing is essentially $0.

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  • LindsayLindsay Posts: 13 admin

    Right now Medicare doesn't cover any cleaning supplies. It would make sense for them to cover the SoClean and other cleaning supplies since it makes the CPAP safer to use. Unfortunately, the manufacturer of the SoClean has not indicated that they are trying to get the SoClean approved by insurance or Medicare.

  • debbiedoodebbiedoo Posts: 5

    I had to save up for mine. It was worth it!

  • sundeiossundeios Posts: 10
    edited July 18

    In order to understand how effectively the steam can conduct disinfection or disinsection, it is necessary to briefly examine the terms "disinfection" and "disinsection". The definition is clear, so we will focus on the principle and process using various methods. If disinfection is carried out with chemicals, in most cases with antiseptics, then there are so many of them that each of them (or a group) affects bacteria, protozoan single-cell microorganisms, or viruses specifically. What can you say about Lumin CPAP Cleaner, is it worth buying?

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