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Smiths Medical Portex cuffed Fenestrated DIC Tracheostomy Tube

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Orange, 6mm

SKU 513060
$55.79 Each

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SKU 513090
$55.79 Each
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Cuffed Fenestrated D.I.C. Tracheostomy Tubes designed to assist in breathing for patients who have undergone tracheostomy. A tracheostomy is a surgical procedure in which an opening is created in the neck to provide an alternative airway for breathing.

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Features of Smiths Medical Cuffed D.I.C. Tracheostomy Tubes

  • The cuffed design of the tracheostomy tube ensures a secure and comfortable fit, minimizing the risk of air leakage
  • The fenestrated design of the tube allows for air to flow through the tube and into the trachea, improving breathing and speaking capabilities for the patient
  • Allows for easy cleaning and maintenance of the tracheostomy tube, reducing the risk of infection and improving patient safety
  • Made of high-quality materials that are safe and durable, ensuring long-term use
  • Come in various sizes to fit different patient needs and anatomies
  • Designed for easy insertion and removal, making it a convenient option for healthcare professionals

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How to use D.I.C. Trach Tubes?

  • Make sure the patient is in a comfortable position, and their neck is extended slightly. Clean the area around the tracheostomy site using sterile techniques.
  • Assemble the tracheostomy tube by attaching the inner cannula to the outer tube. Make sure the cuff is deflated.
  • Hold the tracheostomy tube at a 90-degree angle to the patient's neck, and insert it into the tracheostomy site. Gently rotate the tube as you insert it, and stop when the flange (the wider part of the tube) is against the patient's neck.
  • Inflate the cuff using the provided syringe, following the manufacturer's instructions. This creates a seal around the trachea, minimizing the risk of air leakage.
  • Use a stethoscope to listen to the patient's breathing and check for any air leaks around the cuff. Also, check the tube's placement to ensure it is not pressing against the trachea.
  • Connect the breathing equipment to the tracheostomy tube, such as an oxygen mask or ventilator, as needed.
  • It is important to regularly check and clean the tracheostomy tube, as directed by the healthcare professional. The inner cannula can be removed and replaced with a new one when necessary.

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