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The Halyard Kimvent Neonatal and Pediatric 10 French Closed Suction Catheter is a helpful medical tool for the suction of secretion or other bodily fluids such as mucus and other internal fluids that need to be removed from the body for the well-being of the patient. The catheter includes an elbow design to safely use the suction ability in smaller patients and is intended for the use of pediatric caregivers.
The Kimvent Closed Suction System for Neonates Pediatrics 2103 is to be used by a mechanical ventilation system such as the DeVilbiss Suction Aspirator Machine options - using the suction to easily and effortlessly clear nasal passages from small patients and babies, this suction machine can be used in the home or in a doctors office and is a great tool to use for the built-up blockage of mucus and secretion that can cause babies to be uncomfortable.
The Halyard Kimvent Closed Suction System 10Fr Elbow suction trach tube is gamma sterilized and offers a protective sleeve for the benefit and security of the young patient, removing the risk of contaminants and bacteria that can cause a risk to health. The catheter is made with a graduated code for better control in the insertion process of the catheter. The locking port mechanism keeps things flowing through in place and removes the risk of leakage.
If you are in need of replacing the suction canister, you may be interested in the CardinalHealth Medi Vac Suction Canister.
Product Features and Benefits
- For Paediatric or Neonatal Use
- 10 French Size
- 8 Inches in Length
- Locking Thumb Port
- Sterilized Through the Use of Gamma Irradiation
- Elbow Application to Minimize Intrusion when Wearing
- Manufacturer: Halyard (formerly Kimberly Clark)
- Product SKU: 2103
- Brand: Trach Care
- Application: Elbow
- For Use With: Tracheostomy Tube Closed
- Specifications: 10 French
- Latex-Free: Yes
- Length: 8 Inches
- Paediatric: Yes
- Additional Information
Manufacturer Kimberly Clark Sub Brand Ballard
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