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Shiley Single Cannula Adult Cuffed Tracheostomy Tube

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Item #: 5SCT
Size 5, Inner Diameter: 5mm, Outer Diameter: 7mm, Length: 58mm
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Size 6, Inner Diameter: 6mm, Outer Diameter: 8.3mm, Length: 67mm
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Shiley Single Cannula Adult Cuffed Tracheostomy Tube features smooth, rounded-tip obturator to facilitates insertion. It helps bypass upper airway obstructions, provides long term ventilation and support or manage tracheal or bronchial secretions.


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Benefits of Shiley Single Cannula Adult Cuffed Tracheostomy Tube

  • Shiley Single Cannula Adult Cuffed Tracheostomy Tube is latex free
  • Integral 15mm connector for connection with respiratory and anesthesiology equipment
  • Soft and flexible, ideal for patients with special needs and low secretion levels
  • Low-pressure cuff provides a gentle and effective seal to reduce the risk of tracheal damage

Shiley Single Cannula Adult Cuffed Tracheostomy Tube Home Care Manual

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How to change a Shiley Cuffed Tube?

  1. Wash hands. Put on gloves. 
  2. Take the replacement trach tube out of its container. Take care to avoid damaging the cuff, inflation line, or pilot balloon. Remove the inner cannula, if it is in place.
  3. Use a clean, dry syringe to inflate the cuff to the proper leak test volume. The markings on the syringe show air volume. The following are test volumes only. Your doctor will tell you the appropriate inflation volume to use when the tube is in your trachea.
  4. Place the entire tube, including inflation line, in a small wash basin with enough sterile water to cover it, and watch for bubbles indicating an air leak.
  5. Deflate the cuff completely using a syringe. As you are doing this, gently push the cuff away from the end of the tube. Be sure to remove all air. (This makes it easier to insert the tube.)
  6. Insert the ties through one neck flange hole (under the old ones). Insert the obturator into the cannula. (Do this before inserting the tube.)
  7. Lubricate the tube using a thin layer of water-based lubricant.
  8. Place the tube on a sterile surface.
  9. If required, suction secretions that might have pooled above the cuff of the old tube. Follow your doctor’s or hospital’s directions for this procedure.
  10. Deflate the cuff completely using the syringe, cut the ties, and remove the old tube.
  11. As you breathe in, gently insert the new tube, pushing back and then down in an arcing motion.
  12. Immediately remove the obturator, while holding the tube in place with your fingers.
  13. Insert the new inner cannula making sure that it is properly secured in place. If you use a twist-lock inner cannula, it is secure when you feel it lock into place and the blue dots on the inner and outer cannulae are lined up. If you are using a disposable inner cannula, make sure that both sides of the winged flange are snap-locked securely in place.
  14. Inflate the cuff to the proper volume using a syringe. (Your doctor will tell you what volume to use.)
  15. Finish fastening the ties.
  16. Throw away the old tube.

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