Intubation and Resuscitation of Patients with a Respiratory Deficit
In medicine, one can differentiate from different areas where intubation or artificial respiration must be carried out. In emergency medicine, sufficiently treating the patient with O2 plays a central role. Next to that is a medical area where intubations are carried out as part of standard procedure e.g. in surgery preparation this is mostly done using endotracheal tubes. A third significant area is in care facilities where patients with chronic respiratory disorders must be supplied with sufficient oxygen over a long period of time. Each of these areas requires their own specially designed materials, all of which we offer you in our wide assortment.
Resuscitators and Ambu Bags
In addition to resuscitators and ambu bags for artificial patient respiration, we offer you the larynx mask as an alternative to mask respiration during an OP, which offers advantages regarding the risk of injury.
CPR masks, for application of mouth-to-mouth or mouth-to-nose resuscitation, can greatly reduce the applicators inhibitions when it comes to performing life-saving procedures.
Laryngoscopes and Accessories
Laryngoscopes and other accessories for intubation, like an endotracheal tube, guedel airway or tube position verification instrument can all be ordered from our large selection. The high-quality laryngoscopes, consist of a handle and the compatible blade in which the positioning of the light source differentiates between devices.
Oxygen Systems, Bottles and Accessories
In addition to oxygen bottles and artificial respiration accessories, e.g. oxygen tubes, you will find complete oxygen systems, including a carrying case and a pressure regulator.
You may always purchase our high-quality products surrounding the theme of artificial respiration and intubation at low prices. If you were you not able to find the proper materials, you are welcome to contact us and we will attempt to offer you a fast solution. Do you have other questions regarding artificial respiration and intubation? You may reach our customer service by telephone, email or in our convenient chat.