Piosik et al. Ultra-narrow 2.4 mm id Tritube® together with Evone® ventilation allows surgical access and controlled ventilation even in case of severe stenosis. Trends in Anaesthesia and Critical Care 2018 (23); 20

Piosik and colleagues report the successful use of Evone and Tritube for surgery of a severe glottic stenosis. The patient, with a history of laryngeal papillomatosis, suffered from a fixated and thickened laryngeal inlet after several treatment procedures and had a...

Kristensen et al. Endotracheal video-laryngoscope guided intubation with a 2.4 mm cuff’ed tube and active expiration by a dedicated ventilator versus a standard tube/ventilator. A randomized single blinded study in patients with a predicted difficult airway. – A paradigm shift in airway management? Abstract #3755 presented at Euroanaesthesia 2019 – Manuscript in preparation

Drs. Kristensen and Abildstrøm showed in a randomized controlled trial in patients with predicted difficult laryngoscopy undergoing head/neck surgery that Tritube improves intubation and surgical conditions as compared to a standard MLT-6. Additionally,...

Schmidt et al. Improved airway management and ventilation with a cuffed endotracheal tube with an outer diameter of 4.4 mm for laryngeal surgery – a randomized controlled trial. Abstract #3269 presented at Euroanaesthesia 2019 – Manuscript submitted

The workgroup of Prof. Schumann demonstrated in a randomized controlled trial involving patients undergoing laryngeal surgery that Tritube improves surgical conditions for surgeons with a lower level of expertise by reducing concealment of laryngeal structures (-68%;...