Transtympanic Micropressure Applications as a Treatment of Meniere’s Disease

Effective Date: July 01, 2018
Revised Date: August 02, 2019
Last Reviewed: July 16, 2019


Transtympanic micropressure pulses (Meniett Device) are transmitted to the middle ear to cause displacement of the perilymphatic fluid, thus relieving the symptoms of Meniere’s disease.


Transtympanic micropressure applications (e.g. Meniett device) as a treatment of Meniere’s disease are considered not medically necessary.

Procedure Codes

A4638   E2120

Diagnoses Codes

H81.01 H81.02 H81.03 H81.09