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Tracheostomy care is incomplete without our range of tracheostomy supplies. These products have been designed keeping in mind both the patient and caregiver. Tracheostomy products offer comprehensive support to individuals with a stoma on the airway to help with breathing and suction secretions. We carry a range of high quality tracheostomy equipment from trusted manufacturers to provide the best support to patients. All items are from trusted and leading manufacturers like Covidien/Medtronic, Atos Medical, Smiths Medical, Carefusion Corporation, Boston Medical Products etc.

Tracheostomy Care Supplies

Tracheal Humidifiers

Tracheal Masks

Tracheal masks or tracheostomy masks are for use during tracheostomy and laryngectomy aerosol therapy. The neckband is comfortable and made of a soft, non-biting material. The swivel tubing connector swivels 360 degrees and allows access from either side. Patient comfort is provided with the soft cotton strap which permits accurate airway assessment and management. We carry Allied, Airlife and Hudscon RCI tracheal masks which accept 22 mm corrugated tubing and come in adult and pediatric sizes.

Tracheal Tubes and Tube Holders

Tracheostomy tubes are inserted into a tracheostomy stoma providing a passage into the lungs. A tracheal tube consists of three parts – outer cannula with neck plate/flange, inner cannula, obturator.

Outer Cannula with Neck Plate or Flange

The outer cannula keeps the tracheostomy open. The neck plate or flange holds the tube in place and has holes through which sutures, cloth trach ties or Velcro straps are pushed in to secure the device around the neck. Options are available of single cannula tube or dual cannula tube.

Inner Cannula

A dual cannula tube has an inner cannula which is inserted into the outer cannula. It can be brought out for cleaning. Once inserted into the outer cannula it is kept locked to prevent it from being coughed out.

Obturator

The obturator is a device used to insert the tracheostomy tube. It is also referred to as a pilot that guides the tube into the trachea to prevent tissue damage.

Tracheal Tubes

We also carry tracheal care kits which include trach cleaning brushes, twill tapes, cotton-tipped applicators, tracheostomy dressings, gloves, pipe cleaners

 

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Understanding Spirometers And Why Should You Use A Spirometer

Taikhum Sadiq Apr 04,2016

A spirometer is a device used to measure the volume of air inhaled and exhaled by the lungs. A spirometer measures ventilation, the movement of air into and out of the lungs. The spirogram will identify two different types of

Clean it up!! Tracheostomy Maintenance

Kevin Cleary Oct 13,2015

Proper cleaning and maintenance of your tracheostomy is must as it will extend the life and save money in the long run. By properly maintaining the different parts of a tracheostomy system, not only you can extend its longevity, but

Pediatric Tracheostomy: Caring for Little Ones

Kevin Cleary Oct 01,2015

The news that your child needs a tracheostomy can be troubling to say the least. We never want to see our children in pain or suffering. So if you’re a little bit disconcerted, we’re parents and that’s normal.

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Tracheostomy is a surgical process by which an opening is created in the neck leading directly into the breathing tube, i.e. the trachea. The tube is inserted by making a cut in the neck below the vocal cords to allow air to flow into the lungs. A tracheostomy can either be temporary or permanent.

The initial 1-2 days are tough for the patient who finds it difficult to breathe or speak. Gradually, the patient will learn to breathe through the tracheostomy tube. A speech therapist or the doctor can help learn to talk with the trach tube or other speaking devices. Learning to live with the trach may take a fortnight.

It is important to take very good care of a tracheostomy tube. The trach tube and the skin around it need to be cleaned at least once daily or more often if needed. Change the trach ties weekly or more often if required. The inner cannula should be changed at least once every 8 hours or more frequently if indicated.