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AirLife Tri Flo Single-Use Suction Catheter
T60C 14 French [+$0.48]
T60C 14 French Case of 50 [+$24.65]
MULTI CASE SALE: 14 French Bulk Case of 150 [+$79.05]
10 French Each [+$0.52]
10 French Case of 50 [+$25.20]
5/6 French with depth markings - Infant Each [+$0.52]
5/6 French with depth markings - Infant Case of 50 [+$25.20]
8 French with depth markings - Pediatric Each [+$0.46]
8 French with depth markings - Pediatric Case of 50 [+$24.74]
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AirLife Tri-Flo Suction Catheters feature a special design that makes suctioning procedures less traumatic on patients. Their design includes triangular eyes and a beveled tip that makes the suctioning process more comfortable while still providing high-efficiency suction.
Each of these Tri-flo Suction Catheters includes a control port that allows medical professionals to choose between continuous or controlled suctioning.
Catheters are sterile, individually wrapped and packaged in a plastic sleeve. The plastic sleeve creates an additional layer of safety between the clinician and the patient. Each catheter also includes a pop-up basin for solution.
5/6 french and 8 french catheters feature depth markings for infant and pediatric patients.
Features and Benefits
Designed to reduce patient discomfort
Control port allows continuous or controlled suction
Sleeved in plastic for extra safety
Depth markings on 5/6 and 8 fr. sizes
Individually wrapped (sterile)
Pop-up basin included
Manufacturer: Vyaire Medical, formerly Carefusion
Vent: Control Valve
Item numbers: T60C, T61C, T63C, T64C
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