FAQs

Omeza® Collagen Matrix, Omeza® Lidocaine Lavage, Omeza® Skin Protectant is available for VA physicians through Marathon Medical.

CMS (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services) coding:

Omeza® Collagen Matrix CMS code: A2014 Omeza collag per 100 mg; Omeza collagen matrix, per 100 mg. Carrier priced for both outpatient and office settings.

Omeza® Lidocaine Lavage: Over-the-counter drug pricing

Omeza® Skin Protectant: Over-the-counter drug pricing

Omeza treatments have been through many safety tests and have shown no adverse events.

No, the Omeza treatments are simple enough to be applied at any site of care.

No, you do not need special equipment, refrigeration, or mixing before application.

Yes, Omeza treatments are simple enough to be applied by home health, caregivers, or in some cases the patient themselves.

Duration of treatment and reapplication frequency is determined by the physician and will depend on the condition of the patient as well as the wound exudate.

Cover with an appropriate dressing to maintain matrix adherence and protect the wound area.  The optimum dressing is determined by the wound location, size, depth, and volume of exudate.

  • Essential fatty acids that provide building blocks for your skin that your body does not create itself
  • Derived from specified sources using premium cod-liver oil
  • EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) are essential fatty acids found in fatty, cold water fish

  • Our treatments are designed to be applied topically and absorb quickly, encouraging tissue repair and new growth 
  • Our treatments are simple to apply
  • Our treatments target the entire limb, not just the wound itself

Ask your health care professional about Omeza treatments.

There is no shellfish found in our products.

Our Omeza Skin Protectant is designed to strengthen fragile skin with daily use.

Omeza treatments have been through many safety tests and have shown no adverse events.