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|Place of Origin:||Made in China|
|Model Number:||#4.0 to #10.0|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||400pcs|
|Packaging Details:||Blister individually, 100 pcs/ CTN|
|Delivery Time:||20-30 days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, L/C, Western Union, D/P, D/A|
|Supply Ability:||20000 pcs per month|
|Material::||Non Toxic PVC Medical Grade||Size:||4.0mm, 4.5mm, 5.0mm, 5.5mm, 6.0mm, 6.5mm, 7.0mm, 7.5mm, 8.0mm, 8.5mm, 9.0mm,10.0mm|
|Type:||Non Fenestrated||Usage:||Establish Artifical Airway Through Throat|
|Shelf Time:||5 Years||Sterilization:||E.O. Gas, Single Use Only|
Non Toxic Disposable Endotracheal Tube,
Disposable Endotracheal Tube Tracheostomy,
Cuffed Disposable Tracheostomy Tube
Cuffed Trachostomy Tube Anesthesia Products With Balloon Non Fenestrated
Tracheostomy tube is used to create an opening in neck ( windpipe) to breath oxygen without month or nose. Trach tube is often used in obvious respiratory difficulty condition, and the cause can not be relieved quickly.
Components: Cannula, Inserting Stylet, Balloon, Tie band holder
Size: #4.0mm, #4.5mm, #5.0mm, #5.5mm,#6.0mm, #6.5mm, #7.0mm, #7.5mm, #8.0mm, #8.5mm, #9.0mm, #10.0mm
Features & Advantages:
1. Made from medical grade PVC, NON toxic
2. Evenly balloon, high volume low pressure
3. Opaque line through tube, inserting position visible
4. Smooth round tip reduce stimulation to tracheal mucosa
5. E.O. gas sterilization, single use only
6. Hard blister packing avoid damage during transportation
7. 5 years shelf time, fresh lot number and manufacturing date
8. ISO, CE certificate
|Size||Tube I.D (mm)||
How to care for patients after tracheotomy?
The nursing measures after tracheotomy include maintaining unobstructed cannula, maintaining lower respiratory tract patency, preventing wound infection, preventing cannula detachment, and extubation.
1. Keep the cannula unobstructed: After tracheotomy, it is necessary to keep the cannula unobstructed at all times. If there is secretion coughing up, it should be immediately wiped off with gauze. The inner tube should be regularly removed, cleaned, disinfected, and reinserted in a timely manner to prevent the secretion from drying and blocking the inner tube. Generally, the inner sleeve should be cleaned once every 4-6 hours. If there is a lot of secretions, the cleaning frequency should be increased.
2. Maintain unobstructed lower respiratory tract: Appropriate temperature and humidity should be maintained indoors, and steam inhalation therapy should be used or a small amount of physiological saline, chymotrypsin solution, potassium iodide solution, or antibiotic solution should be regularly dropped through a tracheal tube to dilute the sputum and facilitate coughing up. If necessary, a suction device can be used to suck out the lower respiratory tract sputum.
3. Prevention of wound infection: Due to sputum contamination, postoperative wounds are prone to infection, and dressing should be changed once a day to disinfect the skin around the incision. If necessary, antibiotics can be used as appropriate to control infection.
4. Preventing sleeve detachment: If the sleeve is too short or the strap securing the sleeve is too loose, it can cause the outer tube to detach. It is important to regularly check whether the sleeve is inside the trachea. If the casing is found to be dislodged, it should be immediately reinserted to avoid suffocation. It is not advisable to replace the external tube within one week after surgery to avoid accidents caused by difficulty in intubation due to the absence of a sinus in the anterior tracheal tissue. If replacement is necessary, instruments such as hooks and vascular forceps should be prepared.
5. Extubation: If the symptoms of throat obstruction and lower respiratory tract secretion obstruction have been eliminated, extubation can be considered. Before extubation, the tube should be continuously blocked for 24-48 hours. If the patient breathes steadily during activity and sleep, the cannula can be removed, and the wound does not need to be sutured. Use butterfly shaped tape to close the wound edge, and it can heal on its own after a few days. Close observation should be conducted within 1-2 days after extubation, and any breathing difficulties should be promptly addressed.
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