Tube, endotracheal, 3.5, without cuff, sterile, disposable.
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Tube, endotracheal, 3.5, without cuff, sterile, disposable
Endotracheal tube shall meet the required standards describing the dimensions, the tube characteristics, tube point and the tube markings.
Endotracheal tube with:
Open distal end and Magill-type point with oral angle of 37.5º.
Standard connector (ext. Ø 15mm) at the proximal end enabling the tube to be connected to the ventilation system.
Radio opaque mark.
With Murphy's eye.
Endotracheal tube without cuff.
Size: Ø internal 3.5mm.
Material: Polyvinyl chloride (PVC).
Initial sterilisation method: Ethylene oxide gas or Gamma radiation.
Packaging and labelling:
Primary packaging: Unit of use.
One (1) endotracheal tube in an individual sterilised peel pack.
Labelling on the primary packaging:
Name and/or trademark of the manufacturer.
Manufacturer's product reference.
Type of product and main characteristics. If the packaging is not transparent, it must bear a diagram (preferably actual size) showing the essential parts of the product and indicating the position of the product in the packaging.
The word "sterile" (or equivalent harmonised symbol).
Sterilisation method (or equivalent harmonised symbol).
Lot number prefixed by the word "LOT" (or equivalent harmonised symbol).
Expiry date by year and month, prefixed by the word "EXP" (or equivalent harmonised symbol).
The words "for single use" (or equivalent harmonised symbol).
The words "check the integrity of the individual sterilised pack before use" (if space allows).
The words "destroy after use" (if space allows).
Secondary packaging: Protected unit.
One (1) box of 50 Endotracheal tubes.
Labelling on the secondary packaging:
Labelling to be the same as primary packaging.
Extra information required:
Number of units per secondary packaging.
Information for particular storage conditions (temperature, pressure, light, humidity, etc.), as appropriate (or equivalent harmonised symbol).
Information for handling, if applicable (or equivalent harmonised symbol).
Manufacturer's instruction for use.
Alternatively, the instruction for use can be indicated on a separate insert.
Accessories/Spare parts/Consumables: See details below
Instructions for use:
Sterile Endotracheal tube:
Device used to correct a deficiency in respiratory function during general anaesthesia or resuscitation.
Device designed to be introduced into the trachea via the mouth or nose in order to link the trachea (upper respiratory tract) to the outside air, giving the possibility to provide ventilation assistance to patient (manual or mechanical).
Inserting the endotracheal tube must be done only by staff trained in resuscitation practice.
Basic resuscitation equipment and consumables must be available for manual ventilation and suction:
S0845000 - Resuscitator, hand-operated, nfant/child, set
S0746705 - Laryngoscope, set
S0739210 - Forceps, Magill, child
S0760640 - Pump, Suction, foot-operated
Tubes endotracheal different sizes
S0383000 - Tube, endotrach, w/o cuff, ster, disp
S0383010 - Tube, endotrach, 3.5, w/o cuff, ster, disp
Airways Guedel different sizes
S0390010 - Airway, Guedel, size 0
S0390020 - Airway, Guedel, size 0
S0390030 - Airway, uedel, ize 1
Suction tubes different sizes
S0374010 - Tube, suction, CH08, L50cm, ster, disp
S0374015 - Tube, suction, CH10, L50cm, ster, disp
S0374025 - Tube, suction, CH14, L50cm, ster, disp
Conditions for stock:
Avoid storage at extreme temperatures and humidity levels.
Check the integrity of each unit before use.
Single use material, supplied in sterile packaging.
Do not use if the packaging is damaged.
The endotracheal tube is for single use only.
When inserting an endotracheal tube, use clean techniques.
Protection of users:
Collect and destroy through incineration in a controlled environment.
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