Emergency and intensive care

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  • Endotracheal tube (with cuff and oxygen port)

    Used in general anesthesia, intensive care and with emergency care to ensure airway patency, oral intubation and mechanical ventilation. The tube is inserted into the trachea of the patient through the nose or mouth of the patient, to ensure airway patency, so that air enters the lungs. The oxygen port allows oxygenation and artificial ventilation with prolonged laryngoscopy and difficult intubation.

  • Endobronchial tube (right-isde, double-lumen)

    Tubes with low pressure cuffs for separate ventilation; for separate ventilation of the lungs in thoracic surgery, as well as in resuscitation with asymmetric lung involvement.

  • Endotracheal tube (cuffed)

    Used in general anesthesia, intensive care and with emergency care to ensure airway patency, oral intubation and mechanical ventilation. The tube is inserted into the trachea of the patient through the nose or mouth of the patient, to ensure airway patency, so that air enters the lungs.

  • Endotracheal tube (cuffed, with suction port)

    Used in general anesthesia, intensive care and with emergency care to ensure airway patency, oral intubation and mechanical ventilation. The tube is inserted into the trachea of the patient through the nose or mouth of the patient, to ensure airway patency, so that air enters the lungs. The aspiration port allows you to remove the secret and sputum that accumulated in the patient's trachea.

  • Endotracheal tube (uncuffed)

    Used in general anesthesia, intensive care and with emergency care to ensure airway patency, oral intubation and mechanical ventilation. The tube is inserted into the trachea of the patient through the nose or mouth of the patient, to ensure airway patency, so that air enters the lungs.

  • Endotracheal tube (cuffed, with stylette)

    Used in general anesthesia, intensive care and with emergency care to ensure airway patency, oral intubation and mechanical ventilation. The tube is inserted into the trachea of the patient through the nose or mouth of the patient, to ensure airway patency, so that air enters the lungs. Stiletto is used to give the tube the necessary bending.

  • Endotracheal tube (uncuffed, with stylette)
    • Used in general anesthesia, intensive care and with emergency care to ensure airway patency, oral intubation and mechanical ventilation. The tube is inserted into the trachea of the patient through the nose or mouth of the patient, to ensure airway patency, so that air enters the lungs. Stiletto is used to give the tube the necessary bending.

  • Stylette for endotracheal tubes

    Used to provide the necessary curvature of the endotracheal tube and the formation of an opening when the endotracheal tube is installed.

  • Tracheostomy tube (cuffed)

    Used to restore airway patency, artificial ventilation, auxiliary ventilation, as well as self-breathing through the tracheostomy.

  • Tracheostomy tube (uncuffed)

    Used to restore airway patency, artificial ventilation, auxiliary ventilation, as well as self-breathing through the tracheostomy.

  • Tracheostomy tube (cuffed, with suction lumen)

    Used to restore airway patency, artificial ventilation, auxiliary ventilation, as well as self-breathing through the tracheostomy. The aspiration port allows you to remove the secret and sputum that accumulated in the patient's trachea.

  • Endobronchial tube (left-isde, double-lumen)

    Tubes with low pressure cuffs for separate ventilation; for separate ventilation of the lungs in thoracic surgery, as well as in resuscitation with asymmetric lung involvement.

  • Endobronchial tube (with bronchial blocker)

    Endobronchial tubes with bronhoblokatorom designed for differential
    intubation of the patient's bronchi, to isolate the left or right lung during procedures requiring single-pulmonary ventilation.

  • Tracheal tube kit with laryngoscope

    Used in general anesthesia, intensive care and for emergency care to ensure airway patency, oral intubation and mechanical ventilation. The tube is inserted into the trachea of the patient through the nose or mouth of the patient, to ensure airway patency, so that air enters the lungs. Sets of single use.

  • Nasopharyngeal airway

    Airway are used in general anesthesia, intensive care and in the provision of emergency care to ensure patency of the upper respiratory tract. Nasopharyngeal airways are used if one can not open the patient's mouth (cramps, etc).

  • Oropharyngeal airway, Gudel type

    Designed to restore patency of the airways of patients with general anesthesia and unconscious patients.

  • Disposable laryngeal mask

    Designed to ensure reliable airway patency, it is an alternative to an endotracheal tube or an anesthetic mask for short-term use in anesthesia or in certain emergency conditions.

  • Reusable laryngeal mask

    Designed to ensure reliable airway patency, it is an alternative to an endotracheal tube or an anesthetic mask for short-term use in anesthesia or in certain emergency conditions.

  • Anaesthetic mask

    For masked artificial ventilation. Masks provide a comfortable and secure fit. Anatomical masks are equipped with a special soft cuff that provides a tight fit of the mask to the face of the patient with minimal effort, which is applied, creating maximum comfort for the patient and medical personnel.

  • Suction catheter

    Designed for aspiration of the tracheobronchial secretion and sputum from the respiratory tract of patients on ventilator, as well as breathing independently through the tracheostomy or endotracheal tube.

  • Disposable manual resuscitator (AMBU bag)

    Manual device for artificial ventilation of lungs, applied to patients with respiratory failure. It is based on the forced air supply to the lungs by means of a mask by compressing the bag, which itself is filled. The respiratory volume depends on the degree of compression of the bag, and the frequency of air supply and minute ventilation depends on the intensity of the operator's actions.

  • Manual resuscitator (AMBU bag)

    Manual device for artificial ventilation of lungs, applied to patients with respiratory failure.

  • Air cushion mask, CPR type

    Designed to carry out artificial ventilation with a manual respiratory apparatus, or by the method "mouth to mouth".