Custom Orthotics, braces, and prosthetic supplies

Status
Inactive
Published Date
November 16th, 2023
Response Deadline
November 16th, 2023
Location
JBSA Ft Sam Houston, TX, USA
Notice Type
Sources Sought
Solicitation No.
PANHCA-23-P-000-007165

Buyer

DEPT OF DEFENSEDEPT OF THE ARMYW40M USA HCAJBSA FT SAM HOUSTON, TX, 78234-4504, USA

PSC

MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, EQUIPMENT, AND SUPPLIES (6515)

Summary

Sources Sought DEPT OF DEFENSE DEPT OF THE ARMY is seeking custom orthotics, braces, and prosthetic supplies. These supplies are typically used for providing tailored and customizable braces to patients with lower extremity conditions. The braces are designed to improve compliance, treatment efficacy, and patient well-being, reducing the risk of adverse reactions. The procurement includes a wide range of brace designs to treat multiple pathologies and utilizes 3D scan technology for precise fabrication. The goal is to prevent medical complications and comorbidities, such as the need for amputation. The place of performance is JBSA Ft Sam Houston, TX, USA. For more information, contact Wayne V Thompson at wayne.v.thompson3.civ@health.mil or 2102215022.

Description

All listed salient characteristics are applicable to custom Orthotic braces, orthosis and insoles are listed below: a.  Customizable: Each brace is tailored to the specific needs of the individual patient, ensuring proper fit of abnormalities and deformities for improved compliance and long-term wearability, improving treatment efficacy and patient well-being, and therefore reducing the risk of adverse rejections due to discomfort/abrasions. b.  Pathology Specific braces:  provide a wide range of brace designs to treat multiple lower extremity pathologies on patients that otherwise could not be fit with pre- fabricate braces. c.  Multiple impression techniques: The manufacturing process for the custom braces incorporates a 3D scan technology, measurements, or molds to ensure precise fabrication of the braces. Scanning technology is preferred due to its accuracy, and efficiency. Additionally, impression molds or measurements may be necessary to capture specific patient anatomical details that cannot be captured through scanning. d.  Treatment of multiple conditions: This approach aids patients with multiple lower extremity conditions such as Charcot arthropathy, neuropathy, and ulceration who are unable to be fitted with a prefabricated brace. The goal is to prevent medical complications and comorbidities, such as the need for amputation.

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