Posey Cufflator Endotracheal Trach Tube Inflator and Manometer is a durable, dependable, accurate and easy-to-use pressure indicator. This pressure indicator completely eliminates the need for syringes, electricity or complicated connections usually required to check cuff pressure.
Posey Cufflator Endotracheal Trach Tube Inflator and Manometer is equipped with an air vent button and inflator bulb to quickly adjust cuff pressure. The inflator's gauge on this manometer shows the recommended pressure range in centimeters of H20. The inflator may be left in place for constant monitoring.
Posey Cufflator Endotracheal Trach Tube Inflator and Manometer Features and Benefits
- Eliminates the need for syringes, electricity or complicated connections required to check cuff pressure.
- Air vent button and inflator bulb adjust cuff pressure quickly and easily.
- Inflator's gauge shows recommended pressure range in cm of H2O.
- The inflator may be left in place for constant monitoring.
- One-year warranty.
- Sold individually.
Posey Cufflator Endotracheal Trach Tube Inflator and Manometer Specifications
- Product Number: 8199
- Manufacturer: Posey
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Product QuestionsHi there! I am inquiring about bulk pricing for the cufflator. Do you offer a discount? Thank you.Question by: Cara Buchanan on Nov 8, 2016 8:42:00 AMBulk discounts are typically handled by our business-to-business department. Please call 800-397-5899 and ask for our Business to Business department.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Jul 25, 2017 9:02:00 AMwe use the Posey cuffalator at the hospital that I work at. We generally check cuff pressure once per shift. Regardless of what the cuff pressure was set at, when we re-check it, the pressure is significantly low. For example, if the cuff was set to 30cmH2O by the previous shift, when the next shift comes on to check it, it will read 0, or 10cmH2O. we then have to pump it up again to what it was set to previously. we generally do not leave the cuffalator in line because we have more patients than cuffalators. Why is the reading so low each time we re-check the cuff? Shouldn't it read what it was set to previously?Question by: K.I. on Jun 19, 2016 7:25:19 AMThis is not an item we carry in our warehouse and therefore cannot accurately answer that question. It's best to contact the manufacturer for a clearer answer.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Oct 11, 2016 4:25:00 PM