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Endotracheal Tube - Cuffed Size 4.0 to 6.5

MED01363
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  • Available in sizes 4.0 – 6.5, sold in boxes of 20.
  • Murphy Eye: Provides an alternate pathway for gas flow in case of occlusion.
  • Closely spaced coil (on reinforced only): Increases strength & flexibility, reducing the risk of occlusion whilst in use.
  • High quality valve: For reliable control of cuff inflation and pressure.
  • Clear 15mm connector: Enables connection to standard anaesthetic and ventilation breathing system equipment.
  • Radio-opaque line: To enable identification of the endotracheal tube on a chest X-Ray.
  • Single Use: Reduces the risk of contamination
  • Calibration: An accurate indication of insertion depth and an aid for monitoring the endotracheal tube position.
  • Depth marker lines: To facilitate the placement of the tube during intubation. (This should always be confirmed by auscultation).
  • High volume, low pressure cuff: Minimising trauma to the trachea with a low pressure seal against the tracheal wall protecting the patient’s airway, preventing leakage and allowing accurate control of gas flow.
  • Smooth soft tip: To reduce the potential of tracheal trauma during intubation.
£2.25
  • Available in sizes 4.0 – 6.5, sold in boxes of 20.
  • Murphy Eye: Provides an alternate pathway for gas flow in case of occlusion.
  • Closely spaced coil (on reinforced only): Increases strength & flexibility, reducing the risk of occlusion whilst in use.
  • High quality valve: For reliable control of cuff inflation and pressure.
  • Clear 15mm connector: Enables connection to standard anaesthetic and ventilation breathing system equipment.
  • Radio-opaque line: To enable identification of the endotracheal tube on a chest X-Ray.
  • Single Use: Reduces the risk of contamination
  • Calibration: An accurate indication of insertion depth and an aid for monitoring the endotracheal tube position.
  • Depth marker lines: To facilitate the placement of the tube during intubation. (This should always be confirmed by auscultation).
  • High volume, low pressure cuff: Minimising trauma to the trachea with a low pressure seal against the tracheal wall protecting the patient’s airway, preventing leakage and allowing accurate control of gas flow.
  • Smooth soft tip: To reduce the potential of tracheal trauma during intubation.
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