BIVONA Uncuffed Adult Tracheostomy Tubes: Optimal Airway Management for Adult Patients
- BIVONA Uncuffed Adult Tracheostomy Tubes are advanced medical devices crafted to provide effective and customizable airway management for adult patients requiring tracheostomy care.
- With a focus on patient comfort and safety, these uncuffed tracheostomy tubes offer versatile solutions that cater to individual patient needs, making them a trusted choice among healthcare professionals worldwide.
Features of the BIVONA Uncuffed Adult Tracheostomy Tubes
- Trach tube and shaft are made of soft silicone for comfort.
- The shaft tip is soft and rounded to reduce the chance of tissue trauma.
- The tube is highly flexible for added comfort.
- It is good for patients with sensitive tracheal mucosa or stoma.
- It can be reprocessed up to 10 times.*
Advantages of the BIVONA Uncuffed Adult Tracheostomy Tubes
The adult tracheostomy tubes are designed to offer the advantages of uncuffed and cuffed tubes together:
- The cuff’s design has the appearance of a tube that is not cuffed when it is deflated, which is designed to limit the chance of trauma in the event that the tube gets placed in
- The silicone tube design allows the tube to be flexible inside the trachea.
- The wire-reinforced tube shaft design is designed to improve crushing and kink resistance
- The obturator’s clip has a hollow tip that allows the user to switch the tube with the guidewire.
- They are covered with the SuperSlick(r) coating on the shaft’s internal and external surfaces in order to reduce the amount of secretion in the form of encrustation to facilitate suctioning and cleaning
- Adult tubes can be processed up to 10 times.
Common applications/procedures the Uncuffed Adult Tracheostomy Tubes is used for:
- Management of the airway
- Intermittent/nocturnal mechanical ventilation
- Leak management
- Speech and weaning
- Home and hospital care are used
The Uncuffed Adult Tracheostomy Tubes is suggested for the following reasons:
- Patients who have sensitive mucosa tracheal or stoma sites
- In cases where the patient requires the ability to communicate
- Patients who receive intermittent or nocturnal ventilation
- Patients are ready to wean.
|Includes||Sterile Trach, Obturator, and Twill Trach Tie and Cap|
1.What size BIVONA tracheostomy tube is generally used in adults?
Ans- 5.0 mm to 9.0 mm are used as per your health care provider.
2.What is a paediatric tracheostomy?
Ans- Paediatric tracheostomy (also known as tracheotomy) is a surgical procedure that can help a child breathe by creating an opening in the windpipe.
3.What are the different types of tracheostomy tubes?
Ans- Tracheostomy tubes are made of a variety of medical grade materials: plastic, silicone, sterling silver, and stainless steel. Two types of plastics commonly used are (PVC) polyvinyl chloride (Shiley and Portex) and polyurethane (Tracoe). Plastic tubes are single patient use, and considered disposable.
4.Are there different sizes of tracheostomy tubes?
Ans- Although the tracheostomy hubs are universal, the inner and outer diameters of the tracheostomy tube have different sizes that correspond to the patient’s unique anatomy. Some manufacturers (Portex) have a color coded hub to quickly identify the size of the patient’s tracheostomy tube .