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KISS lanyard-style suspension system for transfemoral applications that reduces rotation and pistoning for a secure fit. This version uses an adapter and is laminated into the socket.
Proximal and distal connections between the socket and liner reduce pistoning and rotational movements for high security
Wide pull-in strap allows use while sitting, so it is well suited for geriatric and low activity users
• 4R160=1 KISS Delrin kit features a very low structural height for use with contracted residual limbs or atypical residual limb positions
For transfemoral applications

Delrin KISS Kit

Item #: 4R160=1
Lanyard-style socket suspension systems laminated into socket

Suggested HCPCS Coding: L5671
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Product Details
KISS lanyard-style suspension system for transfemoral applications that reduces rotation and pistoning for a secure fit. This version uses an adapter and is laminated into the socket.
Proximal and distal connections between the socket and liner reduce pistoning and rotational movements for high security
Wide pull-in strap allows use while sitting, so it is well suited for geriatric and low activity users
• 4R160=1 KISS Delrin kit features a very low structural height for use with contracted residual limbs or atypical residual limb positions
For transfemoral applications
Technical Specifications
Amputation level TransFemoral (TF)
Suspension type Lanyard
System Height n/a (laminated into socket)
Proximal Connection Socket
Distal Connection n/a
Pin Style Lanyard Strap
Suggested Coding L-5671
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4R160=1 Delrin KISS Kit, 4R160=2 4-Hole-Endoskeletal KISS Kit - Instructions for Use

Instructions for Use: 647H529 (EN/DE/FR/IT/ES/PT/NL/SV/DA/NO/FI/PL/HU/CS/RO/HR/TR/EL/RU/BG/JA/ZH)

Published Date: March 4, 2013

KISS Lanyard System - Quickstart

Product Information: 646D336 (DE/EN)

Published Date: October 1, 2013

Ottobock KISS System 4R160=1 / 4R160=2 Fabrication of a Transfemoral Prosthesis - Technical Information 2.6.5

Product Information: 646T2_6_5 (EN)

Published Date: October 1, 2012