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HALYARD* MICROCUFF* SUBGLOTTIC SUCTIONING ENDOTRACHEAL TUBES - ADULTS

RINSE. SUCTION. CLEAR.

 

Combining more effective subglottic suctioning with our advanced MICROCUFF* polyurethane cuff technology, you can finally provide the BEST protection against microaspiration. MICROCUFF* Subglottic Suctioning tube is more effective at preventing and clearing clogs. Thanks to saline rinsing, improved fit and seal of polyurethane cuff, subglottic suctioning is easy and smooth.2,3

Finally, a Change to Subglottic Suctioning

When using a subglottic suctioning endotracheal tube, CLOGGED LUMENS can become the bane of your existence. It may be difficult - to clear out using air bolus. You've struggled long enough!

Until now...

INTRODUCING MICROCUFF* SUBGLOTTIC SUCTIONING ENDOTRACHEAL TUBE.

3 Simple Steps: Rinse. Suction. Clear.

 

Rinse.

MICROCUFF* Subglottic Suctioning ETT enables the safe use of saline rinsing to effectively clear clogs.2,4

  • Suction lumens clog up to 44% of the time - preventing effective suctioning of secretions.4
  • Saline rinsing is more effective than air bolus at loosening and clearing clogged suction lumens.4
  • The suction valve with integrated rinse port enables both suctioning and saline rinsing, without opening the suction circuit, preventing cross-contamination to both caregiver and patient.2

 

 

Rinse

 Suction.

Suctions Secretions More Effectively and Efficiently… with a Push of a Button

  • In mechanically-ventilated patients, secretion accumulation in airways may increase risks of both aspiration and ventilator associated pneumonia.5,6
  • Commercially available subglottic suctioning tubes clog often reducing the efficacy of subglottic suctioning.4

 

 

 

Suction

 Clear.

A Change for Better Results

  • “In a study comparing MICROCUFF* and competitor products, a polyurethane cuff reduced channel formation, minimizing cuff leakage and enabling use of saline”. 1.
  • Polyurethane cuffs prevent fluid leakage, demonstrating 93% less microaspiration than a competitive ET Tube.2
  • Because saline rinsing is more effective than air bolus at clearing clogs, subglottic secretions are suctioned more effectively.

 

 

Clear

MC SG Tube

Click here to download information on our HALYARD* MICROCUFF* Subglottic Endotracheal Tubes.

 

 

1. Li Bassi et al. An In Vitro study to Assess Determinant Features Associated with Fluid Sealing in the design of Endotracheal Tube cuffs and Exerted Tracheal Pressures, Critical Care Medicine, 2013. 2. FDA 510K Clearance K120985. 3. Data on file. Directions for Use for the Halyard Microcuff Subglottic Suctioning Endotracheal Tube. 4. Curd, DT, et al. Bench Comparison of Suction Efficiency for Endotracheal Tubes with a Subglottic Suction Lumen. Society of Critical Care Medicine 2014 Critical Care Congress, Abstract #393. 5. Bouza E, Pérez MJ, Muñoz P, Rincón C, Barrio JM, Hortal J. Continuous aspiration of subglottic secretions in the prevention of ventilator-associated pneumonia in the postoperative period of major heart surgery. Chest. 2008;134(5):938-946. 6. Kollef MH, Skubas NJ, Sundt TM. A randomized clinical trial of continuous aspiration of subglottic secretions in cardiac surgery patients. Chest. 1999;116(5):1339-1346.

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HALYARD* MICROCUFF* Subglottic Suctioning Endotracheal Tubes - Adults