Welcome to the world of high performance prosthetics where flexibility rules. The new Blaze is the most responsive prosthetic foot available that’s ready to tackle any running pursuit. As the first running blade to offer multi-axial function with a patent-pending design, the Blaze provides unparalleled inversion/eversion compared to conventional blades, allowing smooth cornering performance and running over uneven terrain.
The large C-curve pylon transitions into a split-toe forefoot with a compound curved forefoot which creates a very dynamic feel, while maintaining late stance energy return. The running sole enhances ground compliance with an elastomeric web that spans the two composite forks.
Whether amputees are out for a long distance run, a light jog around the park, or a sprint on the track team, the new Blaze foot from Fillauer gives them the flexibility to propel through any running activity.
Suggested L-Codes are provided as a reference only. It is the responsibility of the practitioner and/or patient care facility submitting this claim to determine and submit the correct coding within all established rules and guidelines.
|174-110-X||PM Blaze Adult|
|174-120-X||PM Blaze Pediatric|
|176-110-X||Blaze with Titanium Pyramid|
|100-40-4000||Replacement running tread|
|Patient Weight||Adult PM||Pediatric PM||Adult Ti Pyr.|
|50 – 74 lbs.||23 – 33 kg||3A|
|75 – 99 lbs.||34 – 44 kg||2A||3A|
|100 – 124 lbs.||45 – 56 kg||A||2A|
|125 – 149 lbs.||57 – 68 kg||A||B||A|
|150 – 179 lbs.||69 – 81 kg||B||C||B|
|180 – 209 lbs.||82 – 95 kg||C||C|
|210 – 239 lbs.||96 – 109 kg||D||D|
|240 – 275 lbs.||110 – 125 kg||E||E|
|276 – 330 lbs.||125 – 150 kg||F||F|
The Blaze has been designed and manufactured for specific patient weights. Failure to follow the weight guidelines and/or overload conditions caused by the patient, such as heavy lifting, high impact sports, or abusive activities that would otherwise damage the natural limb, may void the warranty.
For more information and ordering, email Customer Service or call 1-800-251-6398.