More space during elective surgery
Polyurethane HVLP cuff
Easy access to the airway
Tritube: More surgical exposure
With an outer diameter (OD) of only 4.4 mm, Tritube is an ultrathin ventilation tube, intended to obtain endotracheal access to the airway and to ventilate an adult patient. Tritube can exclusively be used together with Evone or Ventrain.
Tritube has three lumen:
• A ventilation lumen – with Murphy eye and an inner diameter (ID) smaller than 3 mm;
• A cuff lumen – to inflate and deflate the high volume, low pressure cuff;
• An intratracheal pressure measurement lumen – for continuous intratracheal pressure
Tritube (including its cuff) is completely manufactured of high-quality Polyurethane (PU). Moreover, Tritube has a malleable stylet to facilitate intubation.
• Easy access to the airway
• A secured airway
• A hygienic and clear sight for the surgeon
• A large surgical exposure
Tritube provides anesthesiologists and ENT surgeons in the field op upper airway surgery and oral surgery with effective ventilation in an open and obstructed airway. In combination with Evone or Ventrain as the ventilator, Tritube’s ultrathin OD of only 4.4 mm in combination with a sealed airway preventing turbulences of air nearby the surgical site, creates a large surgical exposure. Our ventilation techniques FCV® and EVA® enable full ventilation through small bore lumen, providing adequate ventilation even in cases involving critically obstructed airways.
Order number 7001870.
Instruction Tritube intubation
Instruction Ventrain Tritube ventilation
Instruction, Compliance independent ventilation via Tritube
Instruction, Compliance independent ventilation via small lumen
Instruction, Ventilation pause by Dietmar Enk
Animation Evone & Tritube
Tritube in situ, MUMC Maastricht, The Netherlands
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Subject: Evone Flow Controlled Ventilation during endoscopic upper airway surgery. On the 17th of December 2020 from 17:00 - 18:00 hours CET Dr. Meulemans from UZ Leuven will share his clinical experience on using Tritube and Evone during laryngeal...